The best and worst Married At First Sight wedding dresses

Who will take out the title of Best Dressed Reality TV Bride?

The latest season of Married at First Sight has already served up more drama than a Brangelina divorce.

With 10 couples tying the knot that meant 10 (okay nine, considering the twins just had to dress alike) wedding dresses to judge. And judge we did.

The styles were far between with everything from OTT princess dresses to understated gowns.

So, just who will take out the title of Best Dressed Reality TV Bride? It’s an honour many want, but only one can be crowned with…

10 & 9. We get they are twins, but we’re sure Sharon and Michelle will be glad these matching, mermaid hem, tulle gowns are just for their “reality” wedding and not the real deal. Sorry guys, we just weren’t feeling it.

8. Super-simple with only a keyhole panel in the bodice adding a touch of any sort of flair, text-sneaky Scarlett’s floor-length lace gown and tiara with veil was very, er, basic. But hey, when you’re about to say I do to “Australia’s pickiest man” we’re sure dress regret was the last thing on Scarlett’s mind

7. Less out-there than her non-stop personality, Vanessa’s structured gown with peek-a-boo side panelling was pretty stock-standard from the front but at the back, the cut of the train gave her a butt to rival Pippa Middleton’s which scored her a few bonus points with us.

6. She’s cute and petite, just like the A-line full-skirt gown she picked for her wedding to Simon. A throwback to the ’50s, this tea-length dress with lace bodice wasn’t our favourite but it certainly deserves a spot in the middle of the pack.

5. Susan walked down the aisle in a satin gown with sheer arm overlays and ruched bodice. It was a traditional choice but with a curvy figure (the girl has boobs, okay?), it was a good one that secured a tick of approval from us.

4. The Polynesian-obsessed Deb went full beach princess with loose curls, a flower crown and an extravagant bouquet. But getting down to her dress, the combo of a sweetheart neckline and fishtail hem was a safe option. Good thing she arrived on that float or we’d have forgotten all about her entrance. Still, overall she did look gorgeous.

3. This was the second wedding for runaway bride Lauren, who opted for a simple strapless gown with lace overlay. We guess when you’ve already been married and you’re only going to give these vows a 24 hour expiry date, it’s best not to crack out the OTT bridalwear and make things even more awkward.

2. Jilted Cheryl wore a dress made from so much tulle, it seemed there was none left in Australia for the nine other brides (aside from the twins who pinched a bit for their hems). With sweetheart neckline, fitted bodice and full-to-the-brim skirt, she looked like a real-life version of a wedding cake topper. We can’t decide whether we love this princess-for-a-day look, or if this was just overkill. Oh who are we kidding? This was a knockout.

1. Nadia hasn’t made a big impact on the show, after all it appears her marriage with Anthony is one of the few that might actually work out, but her dress is something we will definitely never forget. Understated with a modest flower crown (take note, Deb), she looked like a Grecian goddess. It’s no wonder Anthony is so taken with her, girl’s got class.

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