George & Amal Clooney Wed in Venice: September 27, 2014

The most spoken about wedding of the year has arrived, George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin, congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Clooney! Considering the Clooney wedding is set for a feature in Vogue and the magazine’s Editor-in-Chief, Anna Wintour, skipped half of Paris Fashion Week to attend the festivities in Venice, we wouldn’t be surprised if the stylish set played a part in Amal’s stylish transformation.

Ever After has the honor of featuring designers that were worn at the wedding festivities by the bride, Amal Alamuddin Clooney  and her family; Giambattista Valli, Reem Acra, and her wedding gown look Oscar de la Renta.

George Clooney and Amal Almuddin Wedding on the cover of People

Amal Alamuddin in a custom Dolce & Gabana tea-length dress.


Amal Alamuddin Arrival Look: George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin arrival look on Sept. 26, consisted of a sleeveless striped Dolce & Gabbana dress that fell below the knee. The bride-to-be looked sleek and sophisticated in her look, which seemed effortless and stylish at the same time.

Amal Almuddin and George Clooney after their Civil Ceremony


Amal Alamuddin Civil Ceremony Look: was a white custom pantsuit by British Designer Stella McCartney, which the bride wore with a wide-brimmed hat, was the outfit of choice for the civil wedding ceremony.  A local politician escorted them inside the building to sign the marriage papers. The Clooneys emerged 10 minutes later and looked ecstatic as they held hands and kissed. A local city council press person confirms “the ink was on the paper, finalized, at about 1:30. The rest was just happiness and joy.”

Amal Alamuddin in her Alexander McQueen High-Low Hem Gown.

Amal Almuddin and her family on Friday night before her reception. Both mother and sister in Ever After designer, Reem Acra

Amal Alamuddin arriving at her Bachelorette Party in her Alexander McQueen Spring 2011 High-low hem red gown


Amal Alamuddin Bachlorette Party Dress: For a pre-wedding dinner, Amal looked striking in a red gown that featured a high low hem-line from Alexander McQueen‘s Resort 2011 collection. The bride-to-be paired the ensemble with a bold red lip and a glossy blowout as her smile proved to be her best accessory.

The entire wedding venue was decorated with white flowers as well as hundreds of hand-crafted flickering candles.

Amal Almuddin and Oscar de la Renta during a fitting shot by Vogue.


Amal Alamuddin bridal gown: Amal Alamuddin was radiant in her traditional Oscar de la Renta French lace gown, which was hand-embroidered with pearls and diamante stones. The gown featured an off-the-shoulder neckline and a full train, and the whole look was finished with a cathedral-length lace-edged veil.


The designer, who has created wedding gowns for celebrities including Kate Bosworth and Jenna Bush, personally attended each fitting. “He’s such an elegant designer and such an elegant man,” Alamuddin tells PEOPLE of Oscar de la Renta. “It was simple and grand,” a source tells PEOPLE of the dress. “It had all the hallmarks of a grand de la Renta style.”


The next day, the newlyweds received cheers from hundreds of tourists, locals and photographers as they made their first public appearance as husband and wife.

Mr. and Mrs. Clooney the morning after their Wedding, Amal in a couture Giambattista Valli dress.


Amal Alamuddin Mini-dress look:Took our breath away when she stepped out in — a Giambattista Valli mini-dress that featured a rise and fall hemline and long sleeves. The ensemble, which has long sleeves, also features hand-embellished blossoms — and it allowed the new Mrs. Clooney to flaunt her best feature, her endless legs, as she attended a post-wedding brunch.

Mr. & Mrs. Clooney waving to fans from their private boat.

“Everyone in Venice feels so privileged they did this here,” an eyewitness told E! News. “What a wonderful moment to see. We all say she’s like Jackie [Kennedy] Onassis. We love her and George does too. It’s lovely.”

All four wedding looks we love, Dolce & Gabana, Alexander McQueen, Giambattista Valli, and Stella McCartney.