Every bride wants to feel like a movie star on her big day – so why not look to the iconic movie wedding dress for inspiration?
It’s hard to deny that wedding dresses are beautiful. In fact, many of them could even be considered true works of art. Many unforgettable wedding dresses from our favorite movies surely have inspired many brides to walk down the aisle looking like a Hollywood star.
The Great Gatsby
It’s no wonder The Great Gatsby helped incite a 1920s-inspired bridal revolution.
Many recent brides have drawn inspiration for their big day from Daisy Buchannan’s (Carey Mulligan) glam gown complete with art-deco details and a streamlined silhouette.
It’s difficult to choose among the various wedding dresses that Julia Roberts wore in this movie.
At the end of the movie, Julia wore a dress designed by Amsale Aberra and it made her look angelic.
How to Marry a Millionaire
For her wedding to millionaire J.D. Hanley, Schatze Page (Lauren Bacall) wore an ornate lace, boat-neck gown, and a sheer white sun hat.
The dress is iconic not for its time as the bride of Mr. Hanley, but her impromptu nuptials with her true love.
The Father of the Bride
You can’t get much more iconic than Elizabeth Taylor’s wedding dress in the original 1950 film when she played Kay Banks, a daughter on her way down the aisle.
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
Katniss’s (Jennifer Lawrence) would-be wedding dress was surely a stunner.
The intricate Tex Saverio design for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire was crafted from layers of organza, thousands of Swarovski crystals, and silver flames.
Although Jo Stockton (Audrey Hepburn) was a heartbroken model when she first put on the Hubert de Givenchy short tulle wedding dress in Funny Face, by the end she was floating off with her desire in a truly iconic scene.
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn
When Bella (Kristen Stewart) married Edward (Robert Pattinson), her Carolina Herrera long-sleeve silk sheath was extremely fitting for their epic romance with an open lace back.
50 Shades Darker
In a story where sensuality was the protagonist, the wedding dress could not disappoint, and actress Dakota Johnson looked spectacular during her wedding to Christian Gray.
The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement
As Princess of Genovia, there’s no doubt that Amelia drew inspiration for her wedding gown from past royal brides.
The Age of Adaline
Costume designer Angus Strathie, who won an Oscar for his work on Moulin Rouge, was also responsible for the costumes featured in this movie starring Blake Lively.
The dress perfectly reflects the fashion of that time and has surely served as an inspiration for brides who enjoy a retro style.