Top Ten Most Expensive Wedding Gowns [Infographic]

By on August 7, 2015

These elaborate wedding gowns are sure to make you in awe of their beauty while crying at the price tags. These dresses aren’t for your average bride, but it’s ok to drool over them a little bit.  Just don’t drool directly on the dresses or you’ll pay a steep dry cleaning bill.

Top Ten Most Expensive Wedding Gowns

Top Ten Most Expensive Wedding Gowns

#10 Imperial Pearl Syndicate Gown – $100,000
The cheapest on the list, who wouldn’t want a gown made with 100,000 pearls?  This gown weighs a whopping 27 pounds and is made from silk and satin.  This beauty took eight dressmakers and two months to create.  Hope the bride didn’t get cold feet and ditch the wedding.
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#9 ‘Bach Ngoc Xiem Y’ Wedding Dress – $117,000
This dress is made of white silk and satin and is adorned with 222 diamonds and 100 rubies.  If you ever make it to Hanoi, you can check it out at the Ruby Plaza.  Just be sure to wear your sunglasses or you may go blind from the reflection off the diamonds.
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#8 9,999 Carat Gems Wedding Dress – $158,874
A wedding dress with 10,000 carats of gems has to cost a ton as well as weigh a ton.  Poor bride will have some back issues after wearing this gem-laden design.
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#7 Platinum Wedding Dress – $250,000
Platinum?  While this red and silvery gown is beautiful, seems like this over the top wedding dress would get a bit stuffy and heavy to wear.  It’s on display in China’s Anhui Province if you ever get out that way.
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#6 Mauro Adami Wedding Dress – $372,564
This silk wedding dress is sewn with platinum thread.  The beautiful embroidery is just one small detail adding to the gown’s elegance.  While any bride would like to add this to their dream list, most will come to reality real quick after looking at the price.
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#5 Kate Middleton’s Wedding Dress – $388,088
Many people are enamored with royalty, and the big royal event in recent history was Prince William and Kate’s nuptials.  The big question before the marriage was “who will design Kate’s” wedding gown??  Sarah Burton was the winner and she created a beautiful, but pricey, masterpiece.
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#4 Danasha Luxury Gown – $1.5 million
This gown was a creation of Danasha Luxury and Jad Ghandour.  While seemingly no-fuss, the dress holds 75 carats of hand-picked Antwerp, Belgium diamonds and 250 grams of 18-karat gold.  Any buyer would need to break open a lot of piggy banks to own this dress.
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#3 Peacock Wedding Dress – $1.5 million
This gown veers way off course from the traditional wedding gown.  Created with 2,009 peacock feathers and painstakingly sewn together by 8 different artisans. Vera Wang created this in 2009 and was premiered at the Nanjin, China wedding expo.
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#2 Yumi Katsura White Gold Dress – $ 8.5 million
This gown carries a hefty price due to the 8.8 carat green diamond centerpiece.  It also boasts 1,000 pearls, and a 5 carat white gold diamond.  The material is crafted with white gold and fine silk and satin.  Any bride would feel like a fairytale princess at her wedding wearing this gown.
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#1 The Diamond Wedding Gown – $12 million
The most expensive wedding dress on the planet.  This gown was fashioned in 2006 from the finest fabrics and features 150 carats of diamonds.  It is currently on display at the Ritz-Carlton del Ray.
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About Olga Pomeransky

Olga is manager at Best for Bride since 2005. Currently Best for Bride operates 4 bridal stores in Canada (Toronto, Etobicoke, Hamilton and Barrie). Best for Bride sells wedding, bridemaids, mob dresses and more. http://www.BestForBride.com

4 Comments

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    Bella Allan

    August 15, 2015 at 11:25 PM

    Just crazy. If I had the money, I feel like i would go all out, but these are a little more than “all out” for me.

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    Jan Scott

    August 16, 2015 at 12:04 AM

    Well, this is just out of whack. I like to look at see why they see the new lights and how much they Do you think they will ever get a different style irregardless.

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    Jasmine Springer

    August 16, 2015 at 12:15 AM

    Personally, I like to take photographs so that I can send them away and see what the “pros” say.

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    Melanie Harris

    September 2, 2015 at 10:16 AM

    These are nuts! LOL. I don’t feel so bad spending $500 on mine 🙂

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