You can't get more glam than Barbra Streisand in Irene Scharaff.
Nicole Kidman elegantly played a torn-albeit-glamorous bride in a play within a movie musical, and the Catherine Martin and Angus Strathie design was the perfect costume.
You're supposed to be extra on your wedding day. And while this Trisha Biggar design may be over the top for simple brides, it would work wonders for more adventurous personalities like Natalie Portman's Padmé Amidala.
Truth be told: We'd wear Blake Lively's vintage-inspired Angus Strathie design even today!
This fit-and-flare, lace gown fit America Ferrera like a glove.
For the bohemian bride, please see Keira Knightley's feathery frock from the classic rom-com.
Audrey Hepburn in Givenchy is still bridal #goals.
Not even a vampire yet, Bella Swan looked like near-perfection in Carolina Herrera.
In perhaps the best movie montage ever, we saw Sarah Jessica Parker's Carrie Bradshaw wear a crop of beautiful gowns for a Vogue photo shoot. In the end, however, it came down to Vivienne Westwood...well, until Mr. Big didn't show.
Jennifer Lawrence looked amazing, but let's be honest, no one wants their wedding dress to literally catch on fire.
Remember this Vera Wang number Kate Hudson wore to tie the fictional knot? Already pinned to our mood boards.
Paula Patton looked stunning, even with those sweeping views behind her.
Mrs. Grey, played by Dakota Johnson, donned Monique Lhuillier.
Katherine Heigl's character finally got her special moment, in an A-line Amsale dress.
While she didn't end up with Patrick Dempsey, Reese Witherspoon still looked like a Southern belle. The veil was the perfect touch!
Nia Vardalos' Michael Clancy wedding dress had just as much personality as her fictional family.
Julia Roberts looked like the quintessential '90s bride in an Amsale design.
You don't have to be an African princess to wear a pink ball gown! Although actress Shari Headley definitely looked like one in this Deborah Landis design.
In the end, J.Lo's character couldn't make it through the civil ceremony in The Wedding Planner, but her simple, off-the-shoulder dress is still worth celebrating.
Elizabeth Taylor is a vision in white in the 1950's classic.
Monica Patrice Calhoun's character, Mia, accentuated her toned arms in sheer sleeves.