On 25 September 1954, Audrey Hepburn married American actor Mel Ferrer in Burgenstock, Switzerland.
In 1968, 14 years later, the couple divorced.
The wedding dress worn by Audrey Hepburn was a high collared tea-length dress featuring 3 quarter balloon sleeves and a satin waist sash.
The wedding dress was designed by French couturier Pierre Balmain,
Audrey Hepburn paired her wedding dress with a flower wreath on her head and a pair of elbow gloves.
Other wedding dresses
No.1 Audrey Hepburn's first wedding dress 1952
Audrey Hepburn's first wedding dress 1952, designed by Italian fashion house Sorelle Fontana (who had designed in 1949 for Hollywood star Tyrone Power's bride Linda Christian's wedding dress in their "wedding of the century".)
In 1952, while filming Roman Holiday in Italy, Audrey Hepburn was engaged to English business man James Hanson, and she asked Italian fashion house Sorelle Fontana to design the wedding dress for her. But later she called off the wedding and donated the wedding dress to a young Italian woman Amiable Altobella, and the wedding dress was auctioned by Kerry Taylor Auctions in London for over £10,000 in 2009.
The wedding dress commissioned by her was made of silk satin in off-white color, featuring a bateau neckline, shirred front, french sleeve and buttoned back.
No.2 Audrey Hepburn's third wedding dress 1961
Audrey Hepburn second wedding dress, 1961 designed by Hubert de Givenchy.
On 18 January 1969, Audrey Hepburn married Italian psychiatrist Andrea Dotti in a town hall ceremony in Switzerland.
The wedding dress worn by Audrey Hepburn was a funnel-necked long sleeve mini dress in pale pink. She paired the dress with a matching headscarf and a pair of white ballet flats.
In 1982, 14 years together, the couple divorced.
No.3 Audrey Hepburn's wedding dress in film Funny Face, 1957
Apart from her own wedding dresses, the most iconic wedding dress Audrey Hepburn wore on screen is perhaps the one she wore in film Funny Face as the intellectual girl Jo.
The wedding dress features a full ballerina tutu style full skirt, a dropped waist and a fitting bodice with bateau neckline.
Audrey Hepburn paired the Giselle like wedding dress with a short veil which falls behind her shoulder, so she really looks like a ballerina.
The wedding dress was designed by Hubert de Givenchy, Hepburn's default costume designer for her films since Sabrina, as well as her favorite designer for her personal wardrobe, and her best friend for decades.