Who doesn’t love a movie that has an awesome wedding scene! And that’s mostly because we’re so psyched to see the wedding dress the bride is wearing. A dreamy wedding dress can make or break a movie, as far as we’re concerned. So we’ve rounded up our favorite wedding dress movie moments of all times!
Audrey Hepburn donned a Givenchy drop waist wedding dress for the movie Funny Face and its undoubtedly one of the most loved wedding looks of all times.
Carrie Bradshaw’s ‘Big’ wedding might have been a disaster (what with the groom getting cold feet and all), but the wedding dress by Vivienne Westwood was nothing short of awesome!
Fleur Delacour might be a witch but her tastes in fashion run to haute couture designers. After all, she wore an Alexander McQueen dress for her wedding in Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Part 1.
Bella Swan (finally) married her eternal love, Edward in a stunning Carolina Herrera dress. We especially love the lace details.
The movie might have been a train wreck, but the wedding gowns both BFFs wear in The Bride Wars are pretty dreamy!
Princess Mia marries her prince in a dress totally worthy of royalty in Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement.
Marie Antoinette was known for her bold fashion choices and Kirsten Dunst owned the part in a ivory toned wedding gown, all lace and bows!
Emily Blunt looked ethereal in a lacy, puffy wedding gown in The Young Victoria.
Amanda Seyfried looked the perfect sun-kissed Mediterranean bride in her beachy, boho wedding dress in Mamma Mia.
Liz Taylor made a beautiful bride in 1950’s movie Father Of The Bride. Her wedding dress was like a lace and satin feast for the eyes.
Cameron Diaz’s short “wedding dress” in What Happens In Vegas was unconventional, to say the least. But then, so was a drunk wedding between strangers! We’ve dubbed it the Vegas-style wedding dress.
Uma Thurman looked elegance personified in The Accidental Husband in a cap-sleeved lace wedding dress with a wide belt.
Gwyneth Paltrow’s wedding dress in Emma set our hearts aflutter. It was the perfect Regency Era dress, all empire waist and delicate embellishments.
Natalie Portman’s Padme Amidala married Anakin Skywalker in Star Wars Episode II: Attack Of The Clones wearing an exquisite beaded, lacy wedding dress.
Katniss Everdeen wore her supposed wedding gown to the interview before the Games in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. Her dress actually “caught fire” and burned away, but that’s okay because the wedding was not to be. It’s designed by Jakartan designer Tex Saverio.
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