‘Counting On’ Fans Still Think Jinger Duggar Had the Best Wedding Dress of All Her Sisters for This Reason
It’s been four years since Jinger Duggar and Jeremy Vuolo said “I do,” but Counting On fans are still gushing over the couple’s wedding. When Jinger, 26, shared a throwback photo on Instagram to mark her anniversary, many of her followers took the opportunity to talk about how much they loved her dress, with several declaring it the prettiest of all the Duggar women’s wedding gowns.
Jinger Duggar and Jeremy Vuolo celebrate four years of marriage
Jinger and Jeremy got married on Nov. 5, 2016, at the Cathedral of the Ozarks at John Brown University in Siloam Springs, Ark. Roughly 1,000 guests were in attendance, and Jinger had 10 bridesmaids to support her on her big day.
In a video message taped shortly after her wedding, Jinger said it was “incredible” to finally be married and to be “at this place when we’ve prayed about this for so long.”
Her feelings for her husband have only deepened since then. “Today marks 4 years of being married to my best friends,” she wrote on Instagram. “Baby, I couldn’t imagine life without you! You treat me like a queen, keep me laughing, and are always faithful to point me to Christ! I love you more than words could possibly ever describe.”
‘Counting On’ fans love Jinger Duggar’s wedding dress
Jinger’s anniversary post focused on her relationship with Jeremy, a former pro soccer player. But her followers were more interested in talking about her dress. One person declared it the “prettiest wedding dress” of all the Duggar sisters.
“I’ve always thought this too! I loved Jessa’s blush dress but this one was just downright ROYAL,” someone else agreed.
Many commenters were especially taken by the epic train on Jinger’s gown. It was so long it required three of her bridesmaids to handle, her sister Jessa Duggar explained in an episode of Counting On.
“That train amazes me every time I see it,” one fan wrote.
Jinger Duggar had a special reason for choosing a wedding dress with a long train
The person who described Jinger’s train as “royal” had the right idea, it turns out. Her custom-made gown was designed by Renee Miller, who talked about what that process was like with the Duggar Family Blog in 2017.
The bride-to-be had a number of requests for her dress. She wanted a gown that was modest, had sleeves, and had an A-line skirt. She also knew she wanted a dramatic train.
“Both Jinger and Jeremy desired for the dress to have what I call a ‘train fit for royalty,’ based on a Bible verse that Jeremy had quoted to his wife-to-be,” Miller said.
“When Jinger tried on the three prototype dresses, she always looked at the train before she looked at the front, so I knew that was her heart,” she added. “I wanted the train to be the center of attention.
Given that Counting On fans are still talking about Jinger’s train four years later, it seems Miller got her wish.