When Meghan Markle walks down the aisle to marry Prince Harry on May 19, she's bound to look fabulous.
While royal wedding fans wait to see her look, take a stroll down royal wedding memory lane with these iconic brides.
Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon (later known as the "Queen Mother")
Married: King George VI
Date: April 26, 1923
About the dress: Madame Elizabeth Handley-Seymour designed the dress, which Vogue described as "silver lamé embroidered with seed pearls suggesting a medieval Italian robe."
Princess Elizabeth (now Queen Elizabeth II)
Married: Prince Philip
Date: November 20, 1947
About the dress: The current queen wore a long tulle veil and a satin embroidered dress designed by Norman Hartnell. Hartnell cited the Botticelli Renaissance painting "Primavera" as his inspiration, according to Vogue.
Married: Antony Armstrong Jones
Date: May 6, 1960
About the dress: Though she had the same designer as her sister Elizabeth II, Margaret's dress was made of "acres of masterfully worked white organza with no embellishment at all," according to Vogue.
Anne, the Princess Royal
Married: Captain Mark Phillips
Date: Nov. 14, 1973
About the dress: For her wedding, the only daughter of Queen Elizabeth II turned to designer Maureen Baker. The dress had hanging sleeves and embroidery of pearl trelliswork.
Lady Diana Spencer (later Diana, Princess of Wales)
Married: Prince Charles
Date: July 29, 1981
About the dress: The "People's Princess" wore a Victorian wedding dress with layers of silk taffeta, puffy sleeves and a 25-foot train, designed by David and Elizabeth Emanuel. Vogue wrote that at the time the look "fulfilled the public fantasy of a fairy-tale princess."
Married: Prince Andrew
Date: July 23, 1986
About the dress: True to the decade, her ivory silk gown, designed by Lindka Cierach, featured padded shoulders. She also had a scooped neck and beading adorning the bodice.
Kate Middleton (now Kate, Duchess of Cambridge)
Married: Prince William
Date: April 29, 2011
About the dress: Her satin and lace gown, designed by Sarah Burton of Alexander McQueen, is estimated to have cost more then $400,000. Marie Claire wrote that the look was so popular that it has been "copied by too many fashion brands to count."
Princess Diana, Kate Middleton and beyond: Royal wedding dresses through the years