The Most Over-the-Top Celebrity Weddings of Summer 2018 (So Far)

Emily Ratajkowski, Ellen Page, and Amy Schumer are just some of those who've already gotten married in 2018, beating the many celebrities who are no doubt about to follow in their footsteps to the game as summer wedding season rolls around. Alas, it's unknown when exactly Marc Jacobs and his fiancé Char Defrancesco will tie the knot—given how much planning went into the designer's Chipotle proposal, their ceremony will no doubt be quite the undertaking—though Kit Harrington and Rose Leslie will be celebrating their union at a castle in Scotland later in June. And while summer may not technically begin until June 21, there's no harm in living vicariously through all the sunny ceremonies that have taken place so far—and finally attempting to dissociate the term "wedding" from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. From Paris Hilton DJing her younger brother Barron's ceremony to the model Emma Lentz's straw hat taking center stage, go inside the first of some of the season's most over-the-top, notable weddings to come, here.

Tabitha Simmons and Topper Mortimer

Outfitted in Dolce & Gabbana, the house for which she's also a stylist, the shoe designer and editor Tabitha Simmons married the financier Topper Mortimer at a church on Manhattan's Upper East Side in front of a crowd that included Sienna Miller.

Tabitha Simmons and Topper Mortimer

Tabitha Simmons in her Dolce & Gabbana wedding dress on her wedding day, posing with Lauren Santo Domingo on the Upper East Side.

Emma Rosenzweig and Tal Rosenzweig

Also in early June, the model and Danish It girl Emma Leth, who now goes by Emma Rosenzweig, made like Bella Hadid posing topless in a gigantic straw hat in Mexico by marrying the artist Tal Rosenzweig in a show-stealing cap of her own, designed by Jacquemus. (She may not have gone topless, but she did keep things semi-nude in a translucent lace slip.)

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Barron Hilton and Tessa Gräfin von Walderdorff

Over in St. Barts, Barron Hilton, aka Nicky Rothschild and Paris Hilton's younger brother, married fellow socialite Tessa Gräfin von Walderdorff in a ceremony that naturally ended with Paris DJ'ing.

Hugh Grant and Anna Eberstein

Hugh Grant abruptly brought his reputation as an avowed singleton to an end when he married Anna Eberstein, with whom he has three children, just days after news broke that they were engaged. (They still managed to keep things relatively quiet, though, by marring at the Chelsea Register Office in London.)

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

At this point, if you don't know pretty much every detail from the royal wedding that took place this June, from Meghan Markle's Givenchy gown to Prince Harry's unmissable, rule-breaking red beard, you've probably been—quite enviably—living under a rock.

Brody Jenner and Kaitlynn Carter

Things got off to a rocky start for former The Hills star (and one of the least paparazzi-plagued Kardashian-Jenners) Brody Jenner and blogger Kaitlynn Carter and their destination wedding in Indonesia. There were reports that only one of two of Jenner's parents would be attending, seeing as
Caitlyn Jenner apparently had "previously scheduled work commitments"—which turned out to be letting loose at a charity event that also happens to be a bacchanal—and Jenner himself admitted that he never heard back from his half-sisters Kendall and Kylie regarding their RSVPs. By the time they'd holed up in a treehouse on the island of Niki Sumba for a week, though, all seemed to have been forgotten for the couple, who held a beachside ceremony on what they came to call "#jennerisland."

Aidy Bryant and Conner O'Malley

Aidy Bryant held her wedding to the comedy writer Conner O'Malley in—gasp!—Brooklyn, against the backdrop of the expose brick of the Wythe Hotel (and in the company of some of her costars from SNL).

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