Iconic movie wedding dresses
'Bride Wars' (2009) -
What is better than one beautiful bride? Two beautiful brides, of course. Again, Anne Hathaway proves she can't be beaten in a wedding dress.
'Romeo + Juliet' (1996) -
Okay, Juliet (Claire Danes), we'll take that dress. And the groom as well, please.
'Father of the Bride' (1991) -
Annie Banks (Kimberly Williams-Paisley) wore a typical early '90s silk-and-lace gown.
'Runaway Bride' (1999) -
Maggie Carpenter (Julia Roberts) had a commitment problem, but she had no problem in looking gorgeous in a wedding gown, that's for sure.
'Love Actually' (2003) -
We love the feathers in Juliet's (Keira Knightley) ensemble. Simple, yet sophisticated.
'Sweet Home Alabama' (2002) -
There is nothing sweeter than a southern wedding and a beautiful dress to match. Especially if Reese Witherspoon is wearing it.
'Mamma Mia!' (2008) -
Is there a dress more appropriate for a wedding on a Greek island? We think not.
'Sex and the City' (2008) -
Carrie Bradshaw getting married was big news in 2008. The Vivienne Westwood satin ball dress Sarah Jessica Parker wore for the movie became an instant classic.
'Great Expectations' (2012) -
Helena Bonham Carter's dress is indeed different, but it's spectacular nonetheless.
'Melancholia' (2011) -
Kirsten Dunst wore this hauntingly beautiful wedding gown as Justine in 'Melancholia.'
'The Age of Adaline' (2015) -
Adaline Bowman's (Blake Lively) is all about satin and lace, like a good wedding dress should be!
'The Time Traveler's Wife' (2009) -
The strapless belted gown Rachel McAdams's character wore ticks all the boxes when it comes to good taste.
'The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement' (2004) -
Anne Hathaway just looks gorgeous in a wedding gown. There's no way around it. Does she look royal? Absolutely!
'The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1' (2011) -
Bella and Edward's wedding was the stuff of which fairy-tales are made of.