12 Memorable Period Drama Wedding Dresses (18th Century and Earlier)

#7: Eleanor Tomlinson in Poldark (2015)

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Poldark wedding dress. Photo: BBC/ITV/PBS

#8: Tiffany Dupont in One Night with the King

One Night With the King wedding dress. Photo: FoxFaith/ 8X Entertainment

#9: Sophia Myles in Tristan & Isolde

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Tristan and Isolde wedding dress. Photo: Twentieth Century Fox

#10: Amelia Warner in Lorna Doone

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Wedding dress in Lorna Doone (2001). Photo: BBC

#11 Gwyneth Paltrow in Shakespeare in Love

Wedding dress in Shakespeare in love. Photo: Miramax/Universal
Wedding dress in Shakespeare in Love. Photo: Miramax/Universal

#12 Keira Knightley in Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest

Wedding dress in Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest. Photo: Disney.
Wedding dress in Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest. Photo: Disney.

Stay tuned for beautiful Regency and Victorian era wedding gowns! Share your favorite period drama wedding dress in the comments.

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By on September 25th, 2015

About Mandi Harris

Mandi Harris is a freelance writer and blogger. If she isn't writing, she has her nose in a book. Books are her ultimate addiction. Her other weaknesses include period dramas, chocolate, and her pets. She is working on her own novels now and hopes to one day get published. You can read her book blog over at thepennedpiper.com.

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