Robert Pattinson Thinks Kristen Stewart Is an 'Amazing' Bride (PHOTOS)


bella swanT-minus four days until Breaking Dawn Part 1 opens, and, well, that's the only thing on our minds 'round these parts. Since we still have to wait for the movie, we're devouring any and all Twilight gossip we can get -- and this latest piece? Precious. Turns out Kristen Stewart (shockingly) looks gorgeous as a bride. But that's not the good part. The good part is how adorable Robert Pattinson and Kellan Lutz were when talking about her.

Lutz recently told, "Kristen Stewart is just stunning. She really made everyone turn heads. She looked so beautiful.” Then Pattinson told Today, "I'd seen her in the wedding dress, but pretty much everyone in the cast hadn’t seen her ... when she’s walking down the aisle and everyone turns around to her. She looks amazing."

I mean, of course Kristen looks "amazing" as a bride -- she's Bella Swan. But the boys' comments did get us thinking: Who are the best movie brides (and wedding dresses) of all time?

princess bride

Buttercup (Robin Wright Penn) in The Princess Bride. Never mind the fact that, um, this is one of the greatest movies -- ever -- Robin Wright Penn looked unbelievable as, well, a princess bride. The loose, flowing hair, the ethereal makeup, the long-sleeved/pre-Kate Middleton wedding dress. Flawless.

muriel's wedding

Muriel Heslop (Toni Collette) in Muriel's Wedding. Yeah, it's sort of a cult movie, and yeah, her "wedding" seems to only appear in daydreams, but she looks so happy every time she's in that dress -- which, incidentally, isn't my taste (a little medieval, not in a good way). But the expression on her face each time she wears it is stunning.

corpse bride

Corpse Bride in Corpse Bride. She may be a little goth for some, but I love her -- and her dress. The sweetheart neck, the high slit, the heels with socks. It's not a look for everybody, but I think she's a bad mama jama.

carrie bradshaw wedding dresses

Carrie Bradshaw (Sarah Jessica Parker) in Sex in the City. I mean, that dress. (Those dresses!) Do we really need to say more?


Lillian (Maya Rudolph) in Bridesmaids. Pretty much the coolest bride ever. And the funniest. The dress, the hair, and the makeup were pretty great, too, but her personality trumped it all.

Are you ready for Breaking Dawn? Who's your favorite movie bride?


Images via Breaking Dawn The Movie/YouTube



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jessi... jessicasmom1

I think she looks nice 

momka... momkaribg

Cant wait to see this.

Karol Cowles Preston

Kristen is a very beautiful girl.  I really suprised her and Rob are getting married for real on the show, that would be cool.  I think they make a good pair.

sara_... sara_7106

Shelby in Steel Magnolias, and Annie in Father of The Bride

Peggy Stewart Cook

Kristen looks absolutely gorgeous in the clips I've seen!! ButI've never thought her plain or ugly...follows the books!!!!! Love all of it!!<3 Other beautiful brides are Annie in Father of the Bride, Shelby in Steel Magnolias, Elizabeth Taylor in the old Father of the Bride,and some soap weddings that I love: Todd showering Blair with golden confetti and baloons...too many to mention!!

Krist... KristinRox

I dont really have a favorite movie bride. Im also not really looking forward to breaking dawn, only because I havent watched any of the other twilight stuff. Perhaps I should watch them and then I might be more interested.

JHanc968 JHanc968

Haven't watched any of the twilight stuff.

nonmember avatar Kristen C.

well i think Kristen (good name!!) looks very pretty in her dress Alice made her and everything!!! :)

Storm... Stormy6669

I haven't seen any of the Twilight's but the first. Did not see the appeal. I think my favorite bride movie of all time would be Steel Magnolia's, Father of the Bride and I also loved Sweet Home Alabama.

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