From classics like Funny Face and The Sound of Music to contemporary favorites like Sex and the City and Love Actually, we rounded up the most memorable wedding dresses to grace the big screen.

Every bride wants to feel like a movie star on her big day — so why not look to the iconic big screen wedding scenes for inspiration? After all, the most memorable moments from our favorite romantic comedies are undoubtedly when our favorite characters tie the knot in lovely, overblown and unexpected ways.

Whether it's the dramatic Vivienne Westwood gown Carrie Bradshaw wears while getting her heart crushed in the Sex and the City movie or Juliet's (Keira Knightley) unique sheer-and-feather white number from Love Actually, a wedding dress is always one of the most unforgettable costumes from a film. Even some of the most classic love stories featured memorable big-day looks: Julia Roberts's oh-so-'90s ball gowns in Runaway Bride and Steel Magnolias, Julie Andrews's iconic A-line dress in The Sound of Music, and Audrey Hepburn's vintage Givenchy number in Funny Face.

And brides-to-be should pay attention to the best big screen wedding dresses for more than just nostalgia purposes — the looks can also serve as style inspiration. Bella Swan's (Kristen Stewart) silk, open-lace back Carolina Herrera creation in Twilight: Breaking Dawn is perfect for the romantic bride throwing a winter wedding, while Melanie Smooter's (Reese Witherspoon) sleeveless dress and fishnet veil in Sweet Home Alabama is fit for a southern belle's nuptials. Searching for something more nontraditional? Look to Paige's (Rachel McAdams) short pink strapless number in The Vow.

Ready to take a trip down movie memory lane? Click through to see the most memorable wedding dresses in film!

Photos (clockwise from top right): Getty Images; Courtesy Neal Peters Collection (3)

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