Some have been short, some 25-foot long, some white, some red and some even green.
One thing’s for sure though, these famous wedding dresses are still talked about thanks to their classic designs, individuality or downright different styles.
There’s modern-day icons such as the Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge and her glorious McQueen lace concoction, model Kate Moss and her wispy Galliano gown to some of Hollywood’s most revered stars like Audrey Hepburn and Mia Farrow.
And who can forget Princess Diana’s jaw dropping gown? Considered one of the most famous dresses in the world, it was one of fashion’s most closely guarded secrets until she arrived at St Paul’s Cathedral to wed Prince Charles on July 29th 1981.
At the time, it was valued at around £9,000 thanks to its antique lace detailing and helped to set wedding fashion trends for years to come. The large, puffy sleeves and soft fabrics became the style to covet and many 80s brides replicated her look.
Even if their marriages haven’t stood the test of time, these famous brides and their gowns are still considered some of the most memorable. So in honour of the new series of Say Yes To The Dress, here's our pick of the best celebrity wedding dresses, ever.
Audrey Hepburn, 1954
Audrey wore a typically full-skirted fifties frock by Balmain to wed Mel Ferrer in the 50s.
Kate Moss, 2011
Jackie Kennedy, 1953
Jacqueline Kennedy wore a full-skirted dress by New York designer Ann Lowe when she married John F Kennedy in 1953.
Elizabeth Taylor, 1959
She may have married - and divorced - several times, but it's Elizabeth Taylor's forest green dress to wed fourth husband Eddie Fisher that gets our vote.
Grace Kelly, 1956
The dress worn by Grace Kelly for her 1956 wedding to Prince Rainier was designed by MGM costume designer Helen Rose.
Kate Middleton, 2011
The fashion world went into a frenzy when Kate Middleton's McQueen dress was finally revealed.
Mia Farrow, 1966
In 1966, Frank wed again - this time, to Mia Farrow. Her simple white shift was the epitome of the 60s gamine-chic.
Cilla Black, 1969
The only white Cilla Black wore for her 1969 wedding to Bobby Willis was her tights.
Princess Diana, 1981
Princess Diana's 25-foot train on her David Emanuel gown is still the longest in royal history.
Priscilla Presley, 1967
Priscilla Ann Beaulieu wore this full length frothy number when she wed Elvis Presley in 1967.
Bianca Jagger, 1971
The original rock and roll wedding, Bianca Jagger wore a Saint Laurent smoking jacket and floppy hat to marry Mick in 1971.