Favorite Wedding Dresses from the Movies
We wanted to go back in history and highlight the 10 most memorable wedding dresses from the movies - those glorious gowns that we can't stop thinking about. We chose gowns we believe to be iconic in style and timeless. These dress styles should inspire brides-to-be during their wedding gown search. There is a little bit of everything on this list, from fashion icon Audrey Hepburn’s gown in Funny Face to Bella's elegant gown worn by Kristen Stewart in the Twilight movie series. We hope our list will ignite your imagination - let us know what you think!
FUNNY FACE (1957)
Audrey sure knows how to wear the fashion icon role. In this tea-length, dropped-waist, satin, and tulle gown by Givenchy, she is a vision to behold.
RUNAWAY BRIDE (1999)
Who doesn't remember this scene of Maggie running away from her groom in a lace-embroidered, off-the-shoulder wedding gown - so on trend even by today's standard.
BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN (1935)
There is no denying that one of the most memorable wedding gowns of all time is this caped column gown by Vera West. Edgy, chic, and fabulous - who could ask for more?
MAMMA MIA (2008)
Searching for a little seaside Greek island wedding inspo? Look no further! This flowy tiered dress with Sophie's beach waves and bare feet is all the inspiration you need!
LOVE ACTUALLY (2003)
This feathery piece is one of the most memorable outfits we've seen on screen. With its form-flattering fit, long-sleeves, and sheer silk fabric, it is simply too-cool-for-school, another unpredictable fashion moment in one of our favorite romantic comedies of all time!
THE GRADUATE (1967)
The very chaotic but memorable wedding scene is also one of the best in film history. It's not a coincidence that this beautiful, long-sleeve, lace gown worn by the bride captured our attention over the decades. And we must not forget to mention the veil, so pouffy, so 60's! LOVE!
The moment all Twilight fans have been waiting for: Bella and her beloved Edward tying the knot. To add to this remarkable moment of this ever-so-popular saga, Bella wore a couture gown designed by none other than Carolina Herrera. Crafted in silk and French Chantilly lace, the gown is the epitome of sartorial elegance.
We're readily go back to the early 19th century setting of this epic movie to see dresses like this embroidered silk crepe gown worn by Emma Woodhouse. Luckily, we just have to watch this 1996 movie. Jane Austen would be so proud!
THE NOTEBOOK (2004)
As stunning as the movie's ending, the gown Allie wore for her wedding to Lon that did not happen is one for the books. This long-sleeve lace wedding gown with an illusion-off-the-shoulder-neckline will stand the test of time.
THE WEDDING PLANNER (2001)
Leave it to a wedding planner to pick such a classic and elegant wedding gown. Although, not the man of her dreams, Mary still looked ravishing in this off-the-shoulder, silky smooth 3/4 sleeve piece.