We expect nothing but the most striking and ornate from Mother Monster—as well as multiple wedding day changes: While we're sure Gaga will wear a custom confection from one of the many designers dying to dress her for the occasion, we'd love to see her in something as dreamy as this sweeping Naeem Khan confection with a nude, embroidered bodice and tiered tulle train. And pants might be in the mix—especially a trim white tuxedo by her designer bestie Donatella Versace.
We know that Sofía loves her a mermaid silhouette gown (see Exhibits Sexy and Sexier if you don't believe us) so we feel pretty good betting that the star will don a lacy, curve-hugging confection in just that shape—like this breathtaking Romona Keveza gown from the designer's spring 2016 bridal collection—for her nuptials to Joe Manganiello. (Truth be told, we're also betting that she'll wear Vera Wang, but this dress is the silhouette she'll go for!)
So the question remains: Did Mila already marry Ashton Kutcher?! Until we get an official confirmation, however, we'll use our imaginations to envision the actress' wedding dress, which we can see as a slim-flitting Reem Acra gown with beautiful silver embellishments.
We know that Nicki will marry rapper Meek Mill in something eye-catching and super-sexy (not to mention jaw unhinge-worthy), but we actually think the songstress looks best in muted tones. Our sights are on this crystal-embroidered Galia Lahav number, which features a figure-hugging bodice and sheer tulle skirt—showing just enough leg for the doll herself.
When it comes to her wedding gown, we think Christina would go for color—which is why this ornate, all-over floral M | Mika Ninagawa gown (in a blend of poppy pink hues) is what we're seriously hoping to see her in.
What we know: FKA twigs will wear anything but, well, something ordinary to marry Robert Pattinson. We can imagine her having a major Alexander McQueen moment (again), perhaps with this gauzy, star- and moon-embroidered frock from the brand's fall-winter 2014 collection.
We imagine a major princess moment for Deschanel on her wedding day, since she often takes to the red carpet in airy, floor-sweeping numbers. This tiered, ball-ready Oscar de la Renta gown (replete with silver bows) would be, in a word, perfect.
This Monique Lhuillier number was easily one of the most breathtaking gowns from the designer's spring 2016 bridal collection, and we don't even have to think twice about who we can picture wearing it: Consummate fashion It Girl Jamie Chung would do the petal pink gown justice (and we already know she's a fan of sheer illusion necklines).
The style maven is sure to choose something fashion-forward for her nuptials to James Rothschild, and because we've already seen her sporting white dresses with sexy side cut-outs on the red carpet, we know that this chic Stephane Rolland ensemble (featuring an appliqué-adorned cream jacket and white ball skirt) could do the trick for her big day.
The Friends actress often opts for simple silhouettes and neutral colors on the red carpet, which is why we can imagine her second wedding dress being this blush-pink J. Mendel gown with a plunging neckline from the designer's spring 2016 bridal collection.
The actress teased her wedding day look as one that will be a "throwback"—all the better to match with her stunning, art deco-inspired engagement ring. With that in mind, we can so see her in this striking Carolina Herrera confection featuring a ball skirt and waist-cinching taupe sash.
Bar deserves a dress, well, fit for a supermodel! We know that the Israeli beauty favors white-lace confections, which is why we could see this all-over lace Ines di Santo gown being the one.
The fit-as-a-fiddle dancer likes to show off her slammin' figure on the red carpet—so for her wedding day, we would have her in this cream-hued Reem Acra number featuring a sheer illusion bodice and intricate, body-tracing embroidery along the front and back.
This belted Oscar de la Renta number is, well, airy, chic and graceful—so a natural pick for the Taken actress.
Whitney has already told E! News that she wants to wear Vera Wang and is "toying with the idea of wearing a classic slip dress." Voila: Her dream dress—straight from the designer's spring 2015 collection!
The Pretty Little Liars star has opted for a Grecian style—like this Jenny Packham number—more than a few times on the red carpet. So we wouldn't be surprised if she also choses it for her big day.
Emma Roberts always steps out in figure-flattering, classic pieces, and we'd love to see her in something clean and fresh, but with a youthful vibe. She is 23, after all. This strapless gown by Alberta Ferretti would be perfect.
If the Nashville star goes for a princess effect, this Monique Lhuillier gown would be an ideal choice for her petite frame.
Allison Williams exudes classic feminism, and we'd love to see her in something sweet and delicate, like this lovely Angel Sanchez gown.
The actress is already a fan of Reem Acra but the real reason Jason Sudeikis' bride should go with this delicate cap sleeve gown is because its very similar to one of her best red carpet looks ever (also by the brand).
While it's wildly rumored that the former Friends star will likely wear Valentino, we think she'd look stunning in this Elie Saab dress.
Mary-Kate revealed to WWD that she might design her own dress, so it wouldn't surprise us if her gown was in the style of this look from The Row Fall 2014 runway show. One thing is likely: It won't be your average, cookie-cutter gown.