Romantic films normally end with blissful weddings, which of course, come with gorgeous designer gowns that we can't help but fawn over. But although this means we have seen A LOT of bridal dresses, there are a few standouts that we can't forget. From cop-worthy gowns you can wear IRL to unorthodox colored frocks, we round up the most stunning wedding dresses ever captured on film. Scroll down to see them all!

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As seen on: Mamma Mia!
For brides who are set on getting wed by the seaside, Sophie’s (Amanda Seyfried) tiered dress and laurel crown is an excellent inspiration. Her bridal hair and makeup were also on point. She sported loose tendrils, a foundation-free face, and heavily-flushed cheeks.

As seen on: Sex and the City
Carrie Bradshaw (Sarah Jessica Parker) may have chosen a dress that was far from classic, but her Vivienne Westwood gown and teal bird headpiece brought out her fashion-forward personality


As seen on:
Bride Wars

Best friends Emma (Anne Hathaway) and Liz (Kate Hudson) almost ruined each other’s walk down the aisle, but their two different dresses made us forget their squabble. Designer Vera Wang created Emma’s old Hollywood, romantic ecru mermaid dress and Liz’s dreamy tulle ball gown.


As seen on:
Runaway Bride

Although Maggie Carpenter (Julia Roberts) wore a lot of wedding dresses in the film, her white off-shoulder frock stole the show. Paired with a voluminous blowout and a megawatt smile, this final dress wins hands down.

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As seen on:
The Vow

Paige's (Rachel McAdams) saccharine dress broke two traditions: It was pink and short. Nevertheless, the charming dress helped exude her overwhelming happiness.


As seen on: Got 2 Believe
Adding to the list of breathtaking pink wedding dresses is Toni’s (Claudine Barretto) cotton candy pink ball gown. Her character’s personality was anything but ordinary, so when she swapped a traditional veil for a large, wide-brimmed pink hat, we weren’t shocked.


As seen on: It Takes a Man and a Woman
Laida Magtalas (Sarah Geronimo), being a hopeless romantic, chose to marry the man of her dreams in a strapless frothy ball gown with floral appliques. In our eyes, it's the perfect happy ending!

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