In "Behind These Hazel Eyes," the American Idol winner offset an ultra-feminine wedding dress featuring tulle, off-the-shoulder sleeves and a lace-up back (her idealistic relationship) with a much edgier outfit—a high-cut bodysuit and low-rise jeans (her reality)—in this heartbreak anthem.
In "Ready to Run," we get three examples of very classic wedding dress styles that still work today.
Although "I Don't Believe You" is in black and white, the singer's dramatic gowns are distinctly memorable. She opens the 2009 hit in a beaded, tiered ball gown then changes into a more modern two-piece Monique Lhuillier dress with a scalloped neckline.
In No Doubt's "Simple Kind of Life," we see the singer running away in a corset top, full skirt with a trailing train and, of course, hot-pink hair, making Gwen the coolest runaway bride ever.
Calling all vintage brides! Your inspiration is found in the singer's "Ultraviolence" music video. The eyelet sheath dress paired with the lace veil makes for the perfect '60s-inspired look.
It was bowed, it was belted and it had a pink, asymmetrical train, made by the "Hot n Cold" singer's stylist Johnny Wujek! Fun fact: Johnny bedazzled the whole bow himself.
The singer's "Just a Dream" wedding look would be perfect for retro brides. The scoop neck and pleated skirt, paired with short white gloves and major falsies, has a Jacqueline Kennedy-meets-Twiggy vibe that will never go out of style.
The Carmela Sutera creation in "November Rain" is as '90s and hard rock as they come. Everything, from the puffy off-the-shoulder sleeves to the asymmetrical skirt, exuded a romantically rebellious vibe. You never know...this look might come back.
Watching the singer run away with Wentworth Miller (Prison Break) in "We Belong Together" was heartbreaking enough. But to witness the satin Vera Wang's train following behind the car was too much. Think of the dry-clean bill!
It was strapless, sheer and...on fire! Shakira's "Empire" dress was ethereal, delicate but also very fierce at times.
In "No Ordinary Love," the singer runs down the street in a long-sleeve satin crop top, sheer full skirt, beaded fringe and feathers. Call us crazy, but we think this 1992 look would work perfectly at the Grammys today.
In "For You" (the Fifty Shades Freed soundtrack), Rita channels her best blushing-yet-unconventional bride, in a voluminous, tulle red gown with flower applique. Brides don't just wear white!
The OG of nuptials-inspired costumes, Madonna showed us how to channel a bridal vixen in "Like a Virgin." The exposed bustier is a common trend seen among more risque brides today!
Perfection! Although "Tell Me You Love Me" is a more somber song, the singer looked radiant in a strapless lace gown with a sweetheart neckline. Grey's Anatomy's Jesse Williams didn't look too shabby either.
The rapper's "Be Careful" dress had impact....and not because there was a constant flow of wind hitting her face. The texture, full-body silhouette and accessories all added to the Kill Bill stylings. Read: Don't cross a bride, especially when she's wearing Christian Siriano and dripping in diamonds.
Hands down, best bridal look in all of music video history! Not only did Bey wear two gorgeous looks in "Best Thing I Never Had," a Vera Wang reception dress and Baracci wedding gown, but the latter reportedly cost $85,000. Not to mention, the singer found it a year before she shot the video!