Audrey Hepburn married Mel Ferrer in a civil ceremony with friends and family on September 24, 1954 in Switzerland. The next day, Hepbrun wore a tea-length, chiffon-sleeved gown by French designer Pierre Balmain for her wedding service in a Protestant Chapel. The couple later divorced in 1968 after having one child, Sean. Hepburn married and divorced once more in her lifetime and shared her distrust with marriage, "I thought a marriage between two good, loving people had to last until one of them died. I can’t tell you how disillusioned I was."
Jenna Bush and Henry Hager got married lakeside at the Bush's family Prairie Chapel Ranch estate in Crawford, Texas on May 10, 2008. Wanting a more casual and 'organic' wedding style, the bride donned a textured organza Oscar de la Renta gown. The couple recently welcomed daughter Mila in April of 2014.
Senator John F. Kennedy and Jacqueline Lee Bouvier married in Newport, Rhode Island on September 12, 1953. The future First Lady wore a ivory silk ball gown by designer Ann Lowe. Just 10 days before the wedding ceremony, a water line broke in Lowe's New York City studio and ruined the bridal gown along with all 10 pink bridesmaids dresses. Lowe worked tirelessly to recreate all 11 designs in time. The iconic gown featured a portrait neckline, off the shoulder sleeves, and a voluminous textured skirt that emphasized the bride's slim waist.
Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner married on October 25, 2009 at The Trump National Golf Course in Bedminster, NJ. Prior to the nuptials, Trump converted to Judaism for her future 'Mr.' As a result, the bride had to adhere to a more conservative bridal gown. Vera Wang, delighted to design a dress that 'wasn't naked,' created a Grace Kelly inspired gown with an illusion neckline, overlay sleeves, and a tiered skirt.