Solange Knowles, 28, channeled her inner goddess when she married 51-year-old director Alan Ferguson. The entire wedding party wore white, but the singer stole the show with this caped getup.
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"Big Bang Theory" star Kaley Cuoco wed tennis pro Ryan Sweeting in February 2013 in a fairytale ceremony. The blonde beauty looked like Aurora from "Sleeping Beauty" as she spun on the dance floor in a cotton candy pink Vera Wang gown.
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Fashion designer Gwen Stefani made a bold statement with her can't-miss dip dyed pink dress at her wedding ceremony to Gavin Rossdale in 2002.
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Socialite and model Olivia Palermo married her sweetheart Johannes Huebl in June 2014. She rocked a white crewneck sweater, tailored shorts and a lacy skirt on top, while her man looked dapper in a snowy white suit.
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Julianne Moore chose lavender for her wedding to Bart Freundlich. The pale purple combined with her beautiful red hair and long green, sparkling earrings made the actress look like a certain Disney princess with fins.
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Celine Dion donned a bedazzled beehive for her wedding to Rene Angelil in 1996. Her eye-catching headpiece should come as no surprise to anyone who is familiar with some of her more questionable red carpet styles.
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Pamela Anderson decided to forgo a dress entirely for her marriage to Kid Rock in 2006. The then-39-year-old wore a personalized white bikini while they partied in Southern France.
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"General Hospital" star Amber Tamblyn married David Cross barefoot in a canary yellow dress. But that's not the only unique thing she did. She also made a grand entrance on a canoe.
(Photo posted to Instagram by @amberrosetamblyn)
John Lennon and Yoko Ono both dressed in white for their ceremony in Gibraltar, but Yoko didn't wear a dress. Instead, she wore knee socks, sneakers and a big floppy hat for an extremely casual look to fit the scene.
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"90210" actress Shenae Grimes bucked tradition when she wore a black Vera Wang gown and waltzed down the aisle to a Led Zeppelin/Beastie Boys remix.
(Photo posted to Twitter by @shanaegrimes)
Legendary Hollywood actress Marilyn Monroe kissed Joe DiMaggio after their wedding in 1954. Monroe decided not to wear a wedding dress for her next set of nuptials. Instead she wore a brown coat with a furry collar.
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Elizabeth Taylor had a fresh take on being a bride when she wore a yellow dress and floral headdress at her wedding to actor Richard Burton in 1964.
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Justin Timberlake wore a suit and tie (obviously), but his blushing bride surprised us all when she chose to wear a blush gown! Jessica Biel picked a beautiful haute couture pink wedding dress.
(Photo posted to Twitter by @awesomepinktime)
Leave it to Audrey Hepburn to wear something totally original! The screen star stunned in this Edwardian-style Balmain gown for her 1954 wedding to Mel Ferrer. (Photo by Ernst Haas/Ernst Haas/Getty Images)
Keira Knightley wore this fun, fashionable Rodarte frock to a charity gala in 2013. Then the "Pride and Prejudice" star turned around and donned the same sweet number for her wedding to James Righton several months later in the South of France. (Photo by Karwai Tang/WireImage)
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Who needs to wear white?
These days celebs are bucking tradition and testing out dozens of unique styles and colors for their walk down the aisle, event donning multiple dresses throughout their special day.
Earlier this week, Solange Knowles was the latest celeb to step out in an offbeat bridal ensemble.
Bey's little sister donned a caped gown, accented at the wrists with golden cuffs. Not only was the cape unique, she stood out since her guests were all asked to wear white, giving the ceremony a very modern vibe. Later, she jumped out of her Roman goddess dress and into a trendy one-piece jumper with a plunging neckline.
Tossing traditional poofy Cinderella-style dresses and veils aside isn't uncommon in movieland. TV shows, movie stars and socialites have been doing their own thing for decades.
Love them or hate them, one thing is for sure. These dresses truly capture the unique spirits of the celebrities.
Check out the most unique wedding dresses celebs have worn.