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5 of the Most Expensive Wedding Dresses in The World

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5 of the Most Expensive Wedding Dresses in The World

Every bride dreams of the perfect wedding dress, even long before getting engaged or planning her wedding - how it will look like, and what style and design will she choose on her big day.

So a wedding dress is a very important detail in many women's lives, and the closer the wedding date gets, the more a bride focuses on her bridal look and her wedding dress details.

Fashion designers know exactly how important a wedding dress is to a bride-to-be, this is why they pay attention to every tiny detail and compete to create the latest and most beautiful bridal designs.

Wedding dresses, are just like jewelry, they are cherished forever, and ome wedding dresses also come with a hefty price tag. 

Have you ever wondered what are the most expensive wedding dresses in history?

Here are 5 extravagant wedding gowns you need to know about:

Princess Diana's Wedding Dress: Designed by David and Elizabeth Emanuel, they used more than 10,000 pearls, that had to be sewn by hand, the train of the dress reached 7 meters. The wedding dress cost almost $140,000 back in 1981.


Grace Kelly's Wedding Dress: The wedding dress was designed by Helen Rose in 1956, the wedding dress at the time cost $8,000, but today it is considered to be priceless, and one of the most expensive wedding dresses in the world. It is now displayed at the Philadelphia Museum of Art in the USA.


Princess Letizia's Wedding Dress: The now Queen of Spain, wore an $8 million wedding dress on her big day! The wedding gown was designed by Spanish fashion designer Manuel Pertegaz who died in 2014.


Princess Sarah Salleh's Wedding Dress: Sarah Saleh married the Prince of Brunei in 2004, the wedding dress cost almost $4.5 million.


The Diamond Wedding Dress: This wedding dress was not worn by a bride, but was created by Renee Strauss in 2006, and is made from 150 carats of diamonds, making the total cost of this gown $12 million!