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This is the most liked wedding dress on Instagram

Evening Standard logo Evening Standard 13/04/2017 Refinery29, Christopher Luu

© Provided by Evening Standard Limited Most brides look for something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue on their wedding day. But not every blushing bride manages to get something monumental, too. That's what happened to Indonesian bride Intan Azzahra, who earned a one-of-a-kind achievement she never expected: Her couture gown became the most liked wedding dress on Instagram, ever.

Allure reports that Azzahra wore a unique gown by designer Ivan Gunawan. At first glance, the dress may look like standard wedding-princess fare, but the details are what set it apart from the sea of pearls and tulle — and what got the attention of over 167,000 people.

The dress has long sleeves and a high illusion neckline decorated with thousands of pearls. Under that overlay, there's a sweetheart neckline and stunning scalloped details that recall Art Deco motifs and Old Hollywood glamour. And instead of an all-white dress, this couture creation boasted shades of ivory and blush alongside a generous helping of rhinestones and embroidery. There were even sheer panels sprinkled throughout, so the bride flashed peeks of skin here and there.

She topped the whole look with a pearl-studded crown.

The ball skirt was long and voluminous, with the same scalloped design climbing up and down the entire length. The long train was simple in color, but it flowed and rippled in what looked like a Cinderella-inspired silhouette. Fairytale princesses have nothing on Azzahra, however, because she had a second look for her reception.

After making jaws drop in her white gown, Azzahra changed into a fiery red dress with a skirt made entirely of crimson feathers. On top, the bodice was encrusted with sparkling crystals (the entire look was by designer Hengki Kawilarang). Azzahra even changed up her makeup look, adding a bold red lipstick to match . As if her first gown wasn't enough, the bride made sure that no guest would forget the enchanting night.\

15 photos that show how wedding dresses have evolved over the past 100 years

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<p><strong>The INSIDER Summary:</strong></p><strong>Wedding dresses have changed significantly in the last century.</strong><strong>INSIDER spoke to Mara Urshel, the co-owner of Kleinfeld Bridal, to learn about the biggest trends in bridal fashion over the past 100 years.</strong><strong>Notable trend include floaty dresses in the 1910s, the introduction of the ballgown in the 1950s, and today's sleeve trend that was re-introduced by Kate Middleton in 2011.</strong><p><br>The classic white wedding dress has stayed in fashion <a href="http://www.thisisinsider.com/why-are-wedding-dresses-white-2017-4">since the days of Queen Victoria</a> - but <a href="http://www.thisisinsider.com/top-wedding-dress-trends-2017-4">bridal fashion trends</a> have changed significantly over time.</p><p> To find out how wedding gowns have evolved, INSIDER spoke to Mara Urshel, the co-owner of <a href="https://www.kleinfeldbridal.com/">Kleinfeld Bridal</a> - the famous boutique featured on the TV show, "Say Yes to the Dress" - and conducted some research into bridal fashion history.</p><p> Here's how wedding dresses have changed over the last 100 years.</p> How wedding dresses have evolved over the last 100 years
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