Is it just us, or is ‘wedding season’ kind of like… every season? Especially in the era of post-pandemic summer, where we have seen love IRL and on social for years to come. Whether you are in a long-term relationship looking to tie the knot, or have a board on Pinterest dedicated to the big day, there is so much to admire and appreciate from these top influencers who did ‘i do’ so right. Stalk the most unique weddings for your lovely inspo, below:
CHIARA FERRAGNI & FEDEZ
We wouldn’t expect anything less gorgeous and glam from mega influencer and style connoisseur, Chiara Ferragni aka The Blonde Salad of the early aughts. The wedding deemed ‘The Ferragnez’ across insta in 2018 still holds a special place in our hearts [and our saves]. From the ultimate documentation on social of wedding looks, floral scenery and touching vows, we can’t help but look to Chiara for stylish event inspo, too.
& CARLOS SEGOVIA
Bettina Looney’s wedding was very much on brand. The personal stylist and brand ambassador’s special day was full of show-stopping fashion, from the bride’s romantic renaissance look, to the wedding party and guests. The outdoor venue with fresh greenery and fruit trees (apples! Lemons! etc.!) was the perfect backdrop for an au naturale inspired soiree.
& JORDAN MCGRAW
Well isn’t this just the minimony of the century! A term we quickly learned throughout pandemic-wedding season, where couples who didn’t choose to wait to celebrate, tastefully opted for smaller wedding situations – a micro-wedding, or minimony, if you will (or as TheKnot puts it). Although intimate and at-home with only close family and friends, Morgan’s wedding made a huge statement on insta – inspiring us to keep it classy and low-key for our summer go around.
If you’re looking for the dreamiest gowns for your ceremony, look no further than Kitty Spencer’s gorgeous coastal wedding in Frascati, Italy. The famous niece of late Princess Di stunned guests and followers alike with her five (yes, five) dresses throughout the ceremony, that ranged from Victorian-style sheaths to florals and crystals and traditional English-inspired looks, paying homage to her royal roots. Oh, and each gown was designed and handmade by Dolce & Gabbana themselves. Just a tiny, diamond detail 😉
WEDDING # 5
Naturally, the former Beauty Editor of Vogue would plan a wedding ceremony that guests adore, and fans save as insta eye-candy, similar to her signature tutorials and product faves. Jenna Rennert & Aubrey Levy were the quintessential Manhattan wedding that city-girl dreams are made of. From the Carbonne-infused dinner menu to a DIY design approach to everything (Jenna ordered decor on Etsy and picked the floral arrangements herself at Chelsea Market) we can’t help but feel that small-town girl, big-city energy that makes a wedding fit for screens.
& BROOKLYN BECKHAM
First things first -how cute is a couple that takes BOTH of each other’s last names?! We were totally smitten by the insta-famous couple’s wedding at the bride’s sunny home in Palm Beach Florida. The bride wore custom Versace and the coolest silky, 70s platform wedges down the aisle. With a star-studded guest list – including the Spice Girls, of course – a spread in British Vogue, and surroundings of friends and fam, we may dare to say this is the best wedding on IG.
& ARI EMANUEL
If you know the LA-based hot fashion label ‘STAUD’, you know Sarah – and inevitably have grazed by her beautiful wedding pics in the South of France on insta over the years. Her St.Tropez ceremony alongside husband Ari Emanuel is everything but basic; featuring retro-inspired wardrobe looks, and the most-of-the-moment DJs like Diplo, Ross, Sam French and more to host the sounds for the event. Still, the fact that Larry David officiated the wedding may be the icing on the cake.
Oh how we love, love! When it comes to weddings, Insta is actually our go-to for following along the planning process, the unique stationary, the powerful ensembles and of course, the big day itself (if we’re lucky). With such a variety of wedding aesthetics to choose from, we can’t wait to say we do – or at least plan our invitee outfit.