From classics like Bianca Jagger’s suit, to June Carter’s pastel blue lace mini and Cilla Black’s red velvet dress.
You all probably know by now I am NOT big on the whole traditional wedding vibe- and this applies to wedding attire too. I have no issues with a white gown, but only if it’s really you. I think it’s super important not to change your personal taste on your wedding day to suit others or tradition, and your outfit should definitely be a reflection of yourself. So I’ve compiled a list of some of my all time favourite wedding looks- where the bride’s totally embraced their individuality and went for something a lil different.
Jane wore a classic mini to her wedding to Roger Vadim in the mid 60s. Paired back with lil suede boots, such a simple and classic 60s look.
A universally agreed upon wedding icon, Bianca Jagger rocked up to her 70s wedding to Mick in an all white suit, styled with a veiled wide brim hat.
June wore a lace, pastel blue mini dress with a floral headpiece to her wedding to Johnny in 1968.
Pattie looked so cute in a fur coat and white tights at her wedding to George Harrison.
English singer and TV presenter Cilla Black’s wedding outfit might even been my favourite of all. She wore a red velvet mini with ruching and lantern sleeves. The cutest!
John and Yoko win when it comes to the most casual, low-key wedding attire. She wore a mini with socks and sneakers. John recounted the lyrics of his song “The Ballad of John and Yoko” to Yoko at their ceremony. Love!
For more alternative wedding inspo you can check out some of my absolute faves on the website – Dom + Javier‘s quirky Castlemaine elopement and Emily + Ben‘s shoot in Trentham. Stay tuned for the wedding of the century – The Kitsch Hitchin’ of our 70s wedding winners Angi + James – Their wedding is coming super soon!