These are the 100 most iconic wedding dresses of all time.

The 100 Most Iconic Wedding Dresses

The 100 celebrity Wedding Dresses sketches

Check out how wedding dress trends have changed over the past century

This Is How Wedding Dress Trends Have Changed Over The Last Century

Lucky for us, illustrator Shireen Baker has created an incredible graphic displaying how much wedding dresses have changed each decade since the

Liz Martinez Bridal Collection - Milan 2015 | white lace | beautiful trial | backless dress

Liz Martinez Bridal Collection Milan 2015

The detailing on the butt is gorgeous Liz Martinez Bridal Collection Milan 2015 Backless Tulle Wedding Dress

Silk brocade gown and petticoat, silk covered straw hat and silk satin shoes, 1780 Worn by Jane Bailey for her marriage to James Wickham

Stunning vintage wedding dresses to go on display at the V&A

Silk brocade gown and petticoat, silk covered straw hat and silk satin shoes, 1780 Worn by Jane Bailey for her marriage to James Wickham Image reproduced by kind permission of the Olive Matthews Collection, Chertsey Museum. Photograph by John Chase.

The actress Carole Landis marries Captain Thomas Wallace in London, 5 January 1943

We love a vintage wedding photo! The actress Carole Landis marries Captain Thomas Wallace in London, 5 January 1943

This wedding dress was worn in 1841 by an unknown but fashionable bride. l Victoria and Albert Museum

Wedding dress

1841 Wedding dress - figured silk satin with net and lace trimming, England

Marriage, Part 2: Yves Saint Laurent Knitted Wedding Dress, 1965

Weird crochet wedding dress by yves saint Laurent 1965

Sarah Maria Wright (1817 – 1908) wore this dress for her marriage to Daniel Neal (1816 – 1907) on 27 July 1841 at St. Nicholas' Church. l Victoria and Albert Museum

Wedding dress

Sarah Maria Wright – wore this dress for her marriage to Daniel Neal – on 27 July 1841 at St. Nicholas' Church in Skirbeck, Lincolnshire.

Victoria & Albert Museum V&A's Wedding Dresses Exhibition Preview (Vogue.com UK)

Inside The V&A's Wedding Dresses Exhibition

V&A's Wedding Dresses Exhibition - this is my second favourite dress out of this exhibition, a little bit disappointed at how small the exhibition was but much better than the last Ball gown exhibition

Robe de style, Jeanne Lanvin, ca. 1922-3, white organza dress with artificial flowers. l Victoria and Albert Museum

Robe de style, Jeanne Lanvin, ca. white organza dress with artificial flowers © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Marian Lasenby decided not to wear white when she married the potter William Moorcroft in 1928. l Victoria and Albert Museum

Dress

(this is a wrap dress I think) Dress Place of origin: London, England Date: 1928 Artist/Maker: Liberty (made for) Materials and Techniques: Block-printed satin Museum number:

Ivory wedding dress and headdress made of shantung silk. The dress is floor-length and has a two-piece train which detaches at the neck. l Victoria and Albert Museum

Wedding dress

Ivory wedding dress and headdress made of shantung silk. The dress is floor-length and has a two-piece train which detaches at the neck. l Victoria and Albert Museum

After the wedding at Buckingham Palace, 29 July 1981

ROYAL WEDDING: Diana fans gets royal wedding diana. Royal Wedding: Di mania takes of a royal wedding with my Royal Wedd.

Elizabeth King wore this gown when she married Rowland Absalom on 6 September 1941 at a church in Hyde Park Square, London. l Victoria and Albert Museum

Wedding dress and headdress

Worn by Elizabeth King for her marriage to Ralph Rowland Absalom: Silk wedding dress made from lightweight upholstery fabric by Ella Dolling, London, ((C) Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

White silk dress, Thea Porter, 1970s.

White silk dress, Thea Porter, 1970s.

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