We came across this article today, featuring the wedding dress from the recent live-action Cinderella movie. Originally, we saw it while browsing Pinterest and it gave us the urge to look up more movie-based wedding fashions.
If you are looking for some wedding dress inspiration, why not look at the movies? Movies have given us some of the most memorable, iconic, and unique wedding dresses of all time. Whether you want to channel your inner rebel, your inner princess, or your inner fashionista, there is a movie wedding dress for you. Here are some of the best movie wedding dresses and the celebs that wore them.
The Princess Bride (1987)
You probably can’t recreate this style without going full out with costuming your wedding party. You need to make sure that the groom wears the obligatory Dread Pirate Roberts mask and search as many character volunteers as possible. In our opinion? It is worth the commitment.
Audrey Hepburn in “Funny Face” (1957)
Audrey Hepburn’s tea-length wedding dress in this film is both chic and playful. The bateau neckline and full skirt make it a charming choice for a more casual or vintage-inspired wedding.
Jumping the Broom (2011)
On the exact opposite note of The Princess Bride, this dress is lovely and classic. The draping is perfect and you can pair it with whatever venue/theme you want. There really are no limits to this dress.
Mama Mia (2008)
This has a cool Grecian style that we love. It is definitely awesome paired with a boho-chic wedding. Bonus points if you can get Pierce Brosnan to show up.
Princess Diaries 2 (2004)
Bears a striking resemblance to Kate Middleton’s lacy number and is perfect for an evening wedding. Sleeves are all the rage this year, especially in the colder months. Embrace it!
Funny Face (1957)
This dress is simply iconic. It’s been almost 60 years and you still see people wearing similar styles. That says something. There are a lot of cool reproductions on sites like ModCloth and EShakti, so this style is easily attainable. It would go perfectly with a wedding on a spring afternoon or a chic elopement. Very versatile!
Grace Kelly in “To Catch a Thief” (1955)
Grace Kelly’s wedding dress in this Alfred Hitchcock film is a classic example of timeless elegance. The high neckline, long lace sleeves, and full skirt have inspired many brides over the years.
Lily James in “Cinderella” (2015)
In Disney’s live-action adaptation, Lily James wears a magical ballgown that is a modern interpretation of Cinderella’s iconic dress. The enchanting design with butterflies and a volume.
Araminta’s Wedding Dress in Crazy Rich Asians (2018)
This wedding dress is one of the most unique movie wedding dresses, as it is actually a jumpsuit. It is ideal for the bride who wants to wow her guests with a modern and glamorous look.