Our Six Fave Millennial Brides

Greasy hair, copious tattoos, overachieving, underemployed, a beguiling combination of ennui and entitlement —  you gotta love the Millennial generation— especially when it comes to their weddings. Check out how six of our favorite afflicted foxettes said their “I Do’s”.


Marnie: Maybe we’re prejudiced — she did, after all, marry Desi in our SFB Glenda dress — but her fragile narcissism, bad foundation and high-drama hysterical husband-to-be, had hello I’m a messed-up millennial written all over.


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Hayley Williams: The pop punk princess tied the knot in a Vera Wang ballgown complete with Doc Martens, orange hair and 100 donut wedding cake covered in quotes like "I Like Your Butt." The whole thing showed off all her quirky eccentricities and tough edge. You know, in case you hadn’t figured it out.

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Lauren Conrad: The reality star turned fashion designer bid farewell to her bleached blonde hair and orange Laguna Beach tan, and said her vows in a gorgeous lace Badgley Mischka dress featuring a dramatic 10 foot train, sporting undone beachy waves so perfect that they were almost barf-worthy. Random fact: Lo Bosworth was one of her ten bridesmaids.

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Amber Heard: The bisexual 28 year-old actress wed 51 year-old Johnny Depp at an intimate, romantic beach ceremony, with only close family and friends in attendance. At 51, Johnny is a generation older than his new wife but says she's “very much an old soul.” We're sure she is, but making it impossible to find a single wedding photo on the internet was a pretty millennial move. 


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Nikki Reed: They both played vampires on TV. It was bound to happen.

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Francis Bean Cobain: The 23 year old artist and model tied the knot in a secret ceremony, even leaving her mother, Courtney Love out of the wedding. There was no extravagant party and no social media coverage: not even an Instagram hashtag. And what could be more millennial than being anti-millennial?


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