For women, their wedding day is one of the most important days of their lives, and whether this is their first trip down the aisle or their third time, having the right wedding gown makes a massive difference. Those wedding photos and videos will be burned in your mind for the rest of your life, and if you come off looking tacky, you’ll have major regrets sinking in your stomach. These following wedding dresses are enough to make you laugh and be very confused.
The first dress on the list is a strong indicator of any safety precautions out there.
18. Condom Dress
This amazing wedding dress made entirely of fresh condoms was created exclusively for the Condom Fashion show taking place at the China Reproductive Health New Technologies & Products Expo, which was held in Beijing, China in 2007. Other condom attire that was featured on the runway included bikinis and evening gowns.
17. Battlefield Dress
If you’re trying to get married to the man of your dreams and sneak up on your mortal enemies in the same day, this camouflage wedding dress is right up your alley. This dress was created by fashion designer Erika Sárközi, and it cost around $2,000 to own.
16. Nesting Doll
In the ’60s, late fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent became one of the biggest icons from his home country of France. For one interesting wedding dress, he got some inspiration from the popular Russian matryoshka nesting dolls. Surprisingly, the cocoon bridal dress became a hit in certain parts of Europe.
This next dress would be fitting for the club than the chapel.
15. Light It Up
Iconic Japanese fashion designer Yumi Katsura is best known for her $8.5 million wedding dress filled with pearls. In 2012, she made headlines with her new wedding gown that was covered in lights. She showed off the new dress at Fide Fashion Week in The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands in Singapore.
14. Chocolate Dress
Ian Stuart Brides have been talking about doing something special for several years until the opportunity came at the 2009 National Chocolate Week. Made for chocolate company Rococo and modeled by Lianne Nagel, the entire wedding dress was made from delicious white chocolate. Unfortunately, this special dress was never made for sale.
13. Goth Wedding
A pair of childhood sweethearts decided to get married after years of being away from each other, and they wanted to have a goth wedding. The bride went all out by showing up to her wedding in a coffin. Dressed in all black, she walked her husband down the aisle with a dog chain.
This next lady shows off her love for a specific holiday.
12. Valentine’s Day Dress
Valentine’s Day is one of the biggest days when it comes to marriages and proposals, but many have stated that tying the knot on that specific day can lead to disaster. This lady dressed in an impressive Valentine’s Day theme wedding gown don’t care what the statistics have to say.
11. TP Dress
Toilet paper is one of our most appreciated features in the bathroom, and Honolulu native Ann Kagawa Lee decided to do something different with those rolls of Charmin. Taking inspiration from the film Gone with the Wind and Japanese origami, she made her wedding dress out of toilet paper, and the result is quite impressive.
10. Just Desserts
You can hide a lot inside one of those big wedding gowns. This one lady decided that when the wedding ends, she can get down on some delicious cake. There’s no word if her dress actually doubled as the real wedding cake or if she ordered one just to get everyone off her back.
This next bride needs the help of many people with her dress.
9. The Train That Never Ends
While it disappeared for a few years, the wedding dress train has come back with a vengeance. Now, most brides will have a reasonable length of their train so that an accident won’t occur. This bride decided to have one of the most massive trains ever seen. Luckily, she has a long line of friends and family to help her out on her big day.
8. Cutaway Gown
Lady Mary Charteris, who is the daughter of Catherine Guinness and The Earl of Wemyss, wanted to stand out during her marriage to musician Robbie Furze. She called up designer Pam Hogg, who dressed platinum selling pop star Lady Gaga. The result is something that the NYC native would rock on the red carpet.
7. Airbrush Wedding
Wedding gowns and tuxedos can be very expensive, but it didn’t stop this couple from taking the huge step. They decided to airbrush their clothes for their unique wedding attire. The bride and groom weren’t the only ones in on the fun. The ring bearer and the best man also got themselves marked.
This next lady went out of her way to have an outrageous dress.
6. Snow Woman
There are several questions that need to be asked about this particular wedding dress. Why exactly did she pick a snowman design? Was this wedding taking place in the winter, so she thought it would be the most appropriate thing to put on? How do you place the ring on her finger?
5. The Battle Continues
Everything about this dress screams “action movie.” You can expect this lady to defend her dead lover in a series of battles against thugs before reaching the final boss. The only thing missing is a massive blade. This dress was created by French fashion designer Christian Lacroix for his 2002 line.
4. Poor Sheep
This lady is so enamored with her sheep’s fur that she decided to use it for her wedding dress. To make the situation even worse, she decides to bring along a different sheep to the wedding. The creature will be staring at that dress thinking of its dear friend.
This next lady wanted to put the flame back into weddings.
3. Road To Hell
This lady could be a big fan of race cars. She could also be sending a message that once that ring hits her finger, they’ll both be living in hell for eternity. There’s the small possibility that she’s marrying Ghost Rider, and he probably finds it hot.
2. Plates For Days
Have you ever wonder what happened to all of those paper plates left in the cabinet? Well, this person decided to put them to good use as a wedding dress. Let’s just hope they don’t try to do the same thing with the fine china next time around.
1. Gown With A Bed
For his 1998 Fall/Winter collection showcase, acclaimed Japanese fashion designer Yohji Yamamoto, who is known for his astounding wedding gowns, added this beauty to his massive collection. The dress, which needs four people to help support it, actually has the bed underneath, which makes it somewhat convenient for the wedding night.
From a snow bride to a wedding dress made out of paper plates, some people tend to go out of their way to make their wedding one to remember aside from the actual marriage ceremony itself. The most important thing for them is that they remain happy with their partner for the rest of their life.
What did you think of the list? Are there any other wacky gowns that you’ve witnessed in person? Did someone you know take that extra leap for a memorable photo? Let us know in the comments and be sure to share this article with all of your friends!