Ahhh Liz, she has been a bride eight times… well, I think she’s had more weddings than that actually. Since I’m a firm believer in taking inspiration from Old Hollywood, it got me thinking about all of Dame Taylor’s wedding styles. Each one had it’s own personality. So it got me thinking….
Which Elizabeth Taylor Bride Are You?
Liz was quite young when she married Conrad Hilton, and her wedding was every little girls’ fantasy…and her most traditional of all her weddings. If you’ve been dreaming of your wedding since you were a little Starlet, and pinning a towel to your head as a veil just to daydream, then you’re a Princess Bride.
Second Time Around Bride
After such an over-the-top first wedding, Liz decided to make her second marriage to Michael Wilding much simpler. No bridal gown in sight, she still looked stunning in a skirt suit…. Marilyn Monroe did something similar for her marriage to Joe DiMaggio. While there are no rules about what’s appropriate for a second marriage, if a traditional wedding has you all “been there, done that”, then you’re a Second Time Around Bride.
Jet Setter Bride
Dame Liz and her third husband Michael Todd got married in both Spain and Mexico. If your passport has more stamps than a post office, and you are allergic to staying in one place for too long, then you’re a Jet Setter Bride.
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It’s not like our Liz to go low-key, but when widowed and marrying your best friends ex-husband (that would be Debbie Reynolds and Eddie Fisher respectively), you don’t necessarily throw your wedding in everyone’s face. Liz famously converted to Judaism for ol’ Eddie and they got married in a temple. If you don’t like to call attention to yourself (hopefully not for the reasons listed above), then you’re an Understated Bride.
When our lady Liz married Richard Burton (both times) she was all about the romance. She wore flowy chiffon, and flowers in her hair. They were two artists (albeit very successful actors, but artists nonetheless). If you can’t pass a flower shop with out popping in for a bouquet, exchange poetry with your loved ones, and live for your DIY flower crown, then you’re a Romantic Bride.
When Liz married politician John Warner, she wore a fur trimmed coat and a turban…even on a farm Ms. Taylor brings the Old Hollywood Glam! If you’ve already spent your whole wedding budget on your new shoes, so you’ll just get married at home, then you’re a Luxury Bride.
Liz’s eighth marriage was to construction worker Larry Fortensky, and the wedding was held at Michael Jackson’s Neverland ranch. If you’re COMPLETELY non-traditional, think a romantic date is tickets to the circus, and your most normal friend makes Marilyn Manson look like a preppy, then you’re an Eccentric Bride.
Which Elizabeth Taylor Bride are you?
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