Billionaires, Royals, and Even Blair Waldorf All Turned to This Fashion House For Their Big Day
Whether you're gearing up to say "I do," just enjoy dreaming about it, or have already married "the one," it's nearly impossible to escape that yearning feeling one gets when laying eyes on a glamorous wedding gown. Even if you're more of a "simple" style lover, those billionaire-worthy dresses are just so stunning, and you know you'd enjoying rocking one — even just for a moment.
Well, if you ever happen upon something from Elie Saab while browsing, there's your chance. The fashion house is the one behind the majority of puffy, lacy creations worn at lavish and royal weddings, and even Gossip Girl's Blair Waldorf went that route when marrying Chuck Bass. Scroll through for a better look at the most breathtaking Elie Saab wedding gowns we've ever seen, all of which will invade your dreams for weeks afterward.
Russian Bride Khadija Uzhakhovs's Elie Gown Made Headlines When She Said "I Do"
The voluminous dress sparkled and shined on her big day.
The Fashion House Is a Favorite For Billionaire Brides
Salome Kintsurashvili opted for this glamorous design for her big day.
Perhaps It's the Embellishments That Catch the Eyes of Brides-to-Be
Sahar Sanjar's gown was covered in shimmery lace in the shape of petals.
Or the Long, Sweeping Trains
Like the train on this Russian bride's gown.
Or All That Volume
Blogger Lana El Sahely was picture-perfect in her puffy Elie Saab wedding dress.
If You Consider Your Wedding Your 1 Day to Be a Princess . . .
Or look like a Disney princess, like Lebanese bride Reem Ashour Osseiran.
Elie Saab Is What You Want
Just ask Eleonora Carisi, who made a stunning bride in this lacy design.
In Fact, It's Worthy of Real Royals — Princess Stéphanie of Luxembourg Got Married in a Custom Elie Saab Creation
This gown might be better than a crown.
And Later, Princess Claire of Luxembourg Did the Same
Remember Blair's Blue Wedding Dress From Gossip Girl? Elie Saab
As if Blair would settle for anything less.
The Only Downfall?
A dress like this will really set you back — this one is $300,000!