Beyoncé’s First Wedding Dress Was Designed by Her Mom
For her first wedding, Beyoncé wore a dress her mother designed. It was a strapless gown with a sweetheart neckline and an A-line skirt that was reportedly made from a classic satin taffeta. Years later, Tina shared publicly on the Today show that she thought her daughter didn’t like her wedding dress much but wanted to honor her mother and wore it anyway. Tina went on to say that Beyoncé was adamant about letting her daughter, Blue Ivy, choose her own wedding dress.
A Wildly Different Second Bridal Gown
In contrast to her first wedding dress, her second gown was a lot more flamboyant and statement-making. For her vow renewal, Beyoncé wore the Thelma dress by Galia Lahav — a $12,000 figure-hugging silhouette that the brand’s website describes as a “Victorian wedding gown.” The gorgeous dress has an off-the-shoulder neckline with sheer drape silk tulle sleeves that bring elegance and effortless chic.
Much like their 2008 wedding, Beyoncé and Jay Z managed to keep the renewal ceremony completely under wraps. It wasn’t until their Run II tour that they shared a romantic film on stage from the special day. What made things really magical was that their three children, Blue Ivy, Sir Carter, and Rumi, were all there to witness their parents renew their vows to one another. Needless to say, everyone else looked flawless too.