What Your Favorite Movie Bride Says About Your Wedding Day Style

What Your Favorite Movie Bride Says About Your Wedding Day Style

Oh, movie stars … they’re just like us. Much like reality, the world of cinema is full of bridesmaids-turned-brides, worrisome fathers … and a whole lot of gown changes before finding “the one.” From the designers who brought you Essense of Australia, Stella York and Martina Liana designer wedding dresses come these cinematic doppelgängers worthy of a standing ovation.

Father of the Bride  Martina Liana style 1097
Father of the Bride (1991)Martina Liana style 1097

When it comes to your wedding day style, you want it all for the dreaming little girl inside. Utterly romantic, this gown from Martina Liana sets the scene for your traditional wedding with a richly embellished bodice of beaded lace and sequin detailing. Illusion lace details and lace cuffs on sleeves are complemented by a full, sparkling skirt that speaks to your classic heart—while a deep yet narrowed V-neckline adds a touch of modernity to your timeless spirit.

The Wedding Planner  Martina Liana style 791
The Wedding Planner (2001)Martina Liana style 791

If you’re channeling J-Lo’s wedding-planner vibes for your big day, you may have a thing for details (or Matthew McConaughey). Either way, your confident style calls for a minimalistic gown with nothing to hide. A fitted silhouette and bateau neckline are not for the faint of heart, especially when mirroring a daring open back like Martina Liana Style 791. Of course, your love for weddings means you’ve got a soft spot for traditional, thoughtful elements like fabric-covered buttons—artfully placed on sleeves and throughout the length of a sleek, supple train.

27 Dresses  Essense of Australia style D2378
27 Dresses (2008)Essense of Australia style D2378

After playing the bridesmaid a couple (dozen) times, you’re ready for something white. Bold and distinctly feminine, you’re looking for a style that lets everyone know that you’re a new woman. With smooth, figure-hugging crepe and plunging neckline, this simplistic bridal gown from Essense of Australia is modern, chic and all-grown-up.

My Big Fat Greek Wedding  Stella York style 6436
My Big Fat Greek Wedding (2002)Stella York style 6436

Despite keeping up with your crazy family, you’re keeping it cool with your modern-day style. Good thing no one celebrates excess quite like Stella York, who gladly takes your “more is more” wedding day vibe into the age of high fashion (no snow beasts here). Layered beaded laces and tulle create this extravagant bodice, with metallic laces and heavy silver beading along the plunging V-neckline—turning “extra” into utterly exquisite.

Runaway Bride  Martina Liana style 955
Runaway Bride (1999)Martina Liana style 955

There’s nothing like an off-shoulder style to cure a case of cold feet. Timeless lace details envelop the bodice of this relaxed yet glamorous A-line gown from Martina Liana—while gently falling onto off-shoulder straps and adorning a light-as-air hem for that effortlessly romantic, gently windswept look of a bride who ran straight to her “I dos.”

Now available at stores everywhere, these star-studded wedding dress designs are ready for your marital premiere! To find a retailer near you, visit the Stella York, Essense of Australia and Martina Liana store locators today!