Dramas give us a lot of things: fun storylines, hot leads, amazing fashion ideas — but sometimes painful feels. On the few occasions that dramas aren’t stressing us out, though, characters are actually getting together. And that’s what we’ve decided to celebrate — happy weddings!
Drama weddings are the greatest! The venue is always beautiful, the decoration is perfect, and the guests are always beautiful. And of course, the bride and groom are always the most beautiful of them all! These are the weddings of dreams, and at center stage are always gorgeous wedding dresses and tuxedos. Here are the best wedding fashions from our favorite dramas from 2014!
The wedding of Hae Soo (played by Gong Hyo Jin) and Jae Yeol (played by Jo In Sung) is only revealed with a passing camera shot of this wedding photo on the couple’s nightstand at the end of the drama series. But we can still see the simple, sleeveless wedding dress with the tasteful headband that Hae Soo chose to wear and the classic black tuxedo that Jae Yeol wore. We loved the conventional, classic look of the very unconventional couple!
Hotel heiress Mo Ne (played by Lee Da Hae) dons an surprisingly demure wedding dress for her marriage to Jae Wan (played by Lee Dong Wook). Mo Ne’s dress is a completely unadorned white sheath with a conservative bodice and half-length sleeves, contrasting quite strongly with her character’s flighty and young personality.
Kotoko (played by Honoka Miki) and Naoki (played by Yuki Furukawa) opted to go off-white with both their wedding dress and tuxedo, and we loved their choices! Naoki’s tuxedo is stunning with his two-toned jacket, with the vest matching the darker tone and the tie matching the lighter tone. Kokoko is glowing in her off-white bodice with the pink tulle layered dress. The dress is unique in its Japanese kawaii influences. It draws from the the Japanese hime-kei, or “princess style,” fashion subculture.
Jang Mi (played by Han Groo) makes an elegant and gorgeous bride in her simple, lacy wedding dress and subtle, out-of-the-way veil. Gi Tae (played by Yeon Woo Jin) is equally debonaire in his classic black tux and crisp white shirt. How can any parent not approve when their son brings home such a stunning beauty?
Wedding dresses come in all flavors and cultures, and we love the traditional Korean hanbok that Bo Ri (played by Oh Yeon Seo) and Ji Hoon (played by Lee Jae Hwa) wore on their wedding day. The wedding is quite cute, and the dots on her face add to the cuteness. Traditional should definitely be the new wedding vogue!
Mi Young (played by Jang Na Ra) is glowing with happiness in her soft, ethereal wedding dress. We love the sweeping neckline and the delicate, lace sleeves. Gun (played by Jang Hyuk) looks suave and sophisticated in his black tuxedo with the scarf accent. Both the groom and the bride’s happiness gave the wedding ceremony an airy feel.
This wedding comes to us in a dream sequence, and the wedding dress worn by Soo Wan (played by Gu Hye Sun) is exactly what dreams are made of. It’s the perfect classic dress — a sheer, lacy layer over the creamy bodice with a stunning, full veil! We love the classic black tux and bow tie of Dong Joo (played by Lee Sang Yoon) with the added touch of the white gloves. Who wouldn’t consider this look for their dream wedding?
Although Hong Joo (played by Park Ha Sun) is not the happiest bride on the day of her second marriage to Min Woo (played by Lee Jung Jin), she makes a gorgeous bride! We love the unending layers of soft tulle in her dress and the matching flowing veil! But Min Woo has to be given his due credit for choosing to wear a baby pink tuxedo. Pink tuxedo wins the day!
Fall in Love With Me
When Le Si (played by Tia Li) and Tian Xing (played by Aaron Yan) finally walk down the aisle, they are one of the most beautiful couples you will ever see playing a bride and groom! The heart-shaped bodice with the sheer lace overlay of Le Si’s wedding dress is absolutely stunning. And let’s face it — Aaron Yan can wear anything and make it look good! His simple tux only helps to accentuate his natural good looks.
The Way We Were
When Wei De (played by Leroy Young) learns that his cancer is back, the only thing he wants to do is marry Jia Ni (played by Ruby Lin) and spend every minute with her. At their bittersweet wedding, the bride and groom look happy because they are finally marrying each other. Jia Ni looks beautiful in her sleeveless A-line wedding dress with embroidered flowers and V-shaped diamond necklace and matching headband. Wei De looks dashing in his black tux and checkered gray vest!
Which wedding look from 2014 was your personal favorite? Let us know in the comments!
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