Here at Secret Womens Business, we are huge believers in the famous Yves Saint Laurent quote “Fashions fade, style is eternal”. We always strive to add style and class to our Hens Parties. In tribute to this, enjoy our collection of our favorite brides over the decades in our Style Icon Weddings gallery and celebrate their eternal style that has stood the test of time…
Who could ever forget the timeless elegance of Grace Kelly when she married her Prince Charming. The designer was actually the costume designer at her film studio MGM
Ava Garnder and Ol Blue Eyes: a handsome yet volatile couple, and Ava’s stand out Fontana gown certainly stole the show that day
I wonder if she knew what she was in for! Bianca Jagger in a, classic, understated white Savile Row suit (minus the shirt they designed to go with the suit God bless her)
Gwen Stefani. What can i say. Probably my favroite bride in this utterly stunning John Galliano dress. She donated it to an art gallery after her wedding, it is too beautiful to hang in a wardrobe
A woman renowned for changing how women across America dressed, Jacqui Kennedy looked divine in her Ann Lowe dress as she married the future President.
Kate Moss in her relaxed, flowing Galliano one off dress looked like the epitome of a bohemian goddess
Love or hate her, you cant deny she has had a lasting impact on fashion trends over the years. Madonna in her medieval inspired wedding dress designed by her dear friend Stela McCartney
Not actually a wedding, but Marilyn Monroe and Jane Russell walking up the isle in matching Travellia dresses in “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes” definitely rates a mention
Pricilla Presley met the King when she was just 14, and designed her own wedding dress a few years later when they married.
The classic 60s bombshell! Raquel Welch smashes it out of the ball park with this crochet mini dress.
Classic, untouchable elegance from the amazing Audrey Heburn in aher Pierre Balmain gown.
Well we had a few to choose from with Lizzy, but this gorgeous Helen Rose dress (costume designer from MGM who also designed Grace Kelly’s wedding gown) is our favorite.