When You See the Color of This Bride's Fifth Wedding Dress, You'll Do a Double Take

When lifestyle writer Melissa C. Koh married James Chen at the Ritz Carlton in Millenia, Singapore, she brought along five wedding dresses for the occasion. But these weren't your standard gowns — they were all full-on princess looks, each design more dazzling than the one before.

While Melissa walked the aisle in a special Amanda Lee number with a folded tier skirt and veil (complete with some very special Tiffany & Co. jewels and Gianvito Rossi pumps, mind you), she coordinated her strapless cloud of a dress with a tiara for her first dance and later switched into a blue — yes, we said blue! — floor-sweeping sheath with floral appliqué and a cape train that seemed to go for miles.

Of course, her friends and family kept track of every look, documenting the majestic snaps on Instagram. Read on for a peek, and just wait until you see those confetti shots on the dance floor.

Melissa Started Her Wedding Weekend in This Floral Appliqué Tea Ceremony Dress

She and James Hosted Their Guests For a Pre-Ceremony Reception

This was Melissa's first strapless number, which featured floating florals and a beaded belt.

She Walked Down the Aisle in This Stunning Tiered Gown by Amanda Lee

It Featured Layers of Lightweight Chiffon

Here's a Shot of the Dress on the Hanger

And 1 of Melissa Putting on Her Dazzling Tiffany & Co. Jewels

Her Bridesmaids Dresses in 1-Shoulder Millennial Pink Gowns

Melissa's Second Strapless Dress Was For the Party

The Design's Skirt Resembled a Cloud

It Was Voluminous and Feather-Like, and Melissa Accessorized With a Tiara

She Took Her First Dance in the Dress

Confetti Covered the Circular Stage

The Design, by Jessica Cindy, Featured a Gorgeous Cape Train

The Skirt Extended For What Seemed Like Miles

Like We Said, It Barely Even Fits in the Picture Frame

Of Course, the Cake Was Just as Majestic