What Wedding Dress Style Will These Engaged Stars Wear On Their Big Day? Here's Our Best Guess

Allison Williams. Amber Heard. Mary-Kate Olsen. Mila Kunis. These days, it seems like everyone in Hollywood is putting a ring on it, and with a slew of big-name stars prepping to walk down the aisle, we’re dying to see what — and who — they’ll wear on the big day. But since the chances are slim to none that these engaged celebs will spill the secret on the gown they’ve chosen, we’ve taken it upon ourselves to take a crack at what wedding dress shapes and styles the stars are likely to wear on their special day. Click through to see our predictions.

Olivia Wilde

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Though she’s been known to rock big ball gowns and princess-approved silhouettes on the red carpet, we have a feeling the mom-to-be and future Mrs. Sudeikis will choose a sleeker and subtly sexier silhouette for her trip down the aisle, much like the Gucci gown she wore to a movie premiere in 2013.

Amber Heard

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It’s no secret that Johnny Depp’s future bride is a total bombshell who likes to flaunt her gorgeous body on the red carpet. And while she may rein it in a little for her special day, we think she’ll continue to keep it sexy in a high-slit gown like this Atelier Versace number from the 2014 Golden Globes.

Mary-Kate Olsen

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Known for her slouchy silhouettes and loose-fitting caftans on the red carpet and in everyday life, we wouldn’t be surprised if Olsen kept it in the same vein on her wedding day with a draped, high-neck gown similar to The Row number she wore to the 2012 Met Gala.

Mila Kunis

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Ashton Kutcher’s bride-to-be screams sexy without even trying, and we’re certain her wedding dress will do the same. Rather than going for something overtly alluring, however, we think she’ll show her more romantic side in a lacy, softly draped gown like her Elie Saab dress from the 2011 Oscars.

Allison Williams

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The Girls star has a super-sophisticated fashion sense for such a young actress, and we don’t think she’ll veer far from her typical style when she weds College Humor co-founder Ricky Van Veen. Expect to see her in a clean-cut, traditional shape, like the one on this Valentino gown from the 2013 Vanity Fair Oscars Party.

Hayden Panettiere

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She’s been vocal about her hunt for the perfect wedding gown, and she recently made the cover of Brides magazine wearing a strapless, beaded number that was absolutely divine. We’d love to see her go this direction on her actual wedding day, opting for the silhouette she sported at the 2013 Golden Globes, which perfectly suites her petite figure.

Scarlett Johansson

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The engaged and newly pregnant star has curves for days, and it’s a beautiful thing when she shows them off in form-fitting (but not overly sexy) gowns. We think she’ll do more of the same when it comes to her wedding day, opting for an off-the-shoulder gown similar to the Atelier Versace number she wore at the Venice Film Festival.

Kim Kardashian

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The future Mrs. West is a total wild card when it comes to fashion, as we never know if she’ll hit the town wearing something totally insane or surprisingly chic. For her wedding day, however, we think she’ll try to play it a little safer, suiting her curves in a strapless mermaid number similar to the one she wore at the 2011 Glamour Women of the Year Awards.