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”The Office” wedding is almost here; before Pam walks down the aisle, see how we rated the gowns of nine previous small-screen brides (Warning! Spoilers!)
Posted on May 19, 2009 at 9:00pm EDT
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Finally freed from her white coat, the doctor (Jennifer Morrison) rocked her wedding day in this simple yet stunning surplice-necked gown by Le Spose di Gio.
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Knocked up and on a brief break from bed rest, didn't the future Mrs. Lucas Scott (Hilarie Burton) at least deserve enough fabric to finish off the hem of her David's Bridal dress?
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While Izzie's (Katherine Heigl) trip down the aisle was the stuff of fairy tales, her Amsale gown — with its unflattering drop waist and glitter-pen doodling — didn't quite live up to the fantasy.
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Getting a flashback to the Paik-Kwon nuptials was sweet, but seeing Sun (Yunjin Kim) glow in this devastatingly romantic Paloma Blanca lace gown was even sweeter.
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Her wedding may have been pulled together overnight, but nothing about Molly's (Sarah LeFleur) exquisite Reem Acra dress was hasty.
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Ellie's (Sarah Lancaster) first attempt at getting married wasn't exactly Awesome, but her lace-laden strapless dress was.
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For a supernaturally-touched wedding, couldn't Melinda (Jennifer Love Hewitt) have scored something slightly more ethereal than this oddly pleated and piped number?
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While we can't condone marriage fraud, we did love the elegant cream suit Susan (Teri Hatcher) was going to do it in.
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When J.D. imagines his fantasy happy ending in the season finale, his girlfriend (Sarah Chalke) gets one dreamy wedding dress.
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