We all know that when it comes to the red carpet, the style rulebook can on occasion get thrown out the window… There’s nothing to say that celebrities can’t get a little inspiration from the bridal industry for their red carpet appearance. And why wouldn’t they? Any excuse to wear a wedding dress is a yes from us!
Obviously as we are obsessed with all things bridal, we love seeing wedding inspired gowns make their debut on the red carpet.
See some of our favourite bridal looks over the years and be inspired to make a statement on your big day.
1 Jennifer Lawrence
JLaw wore this stunning Dior Haute Couture bridal inspired gown to the Oscars where she famously fell up the stairs on the way to receiving her award for Silver Linings Playbook.
2 Katharine McPhee & Tilly Keeper
Now we can't write an article about celebrity bridal style without featuring one of our own?? Both Katharine McPhee and Tilly Keeper have both worn our Star is Born gown on the red carpet. For the adventurous bride who wants to add a metallic twist to their wedding colour palette and turn heads in this celestial gown.
3 Jenna Dewan
Two years after JLaw's stumble, Jenna Dewan graced the Oscars in another gorgeous bridal inspired number - a plunging Zuhair Murad column gown. This look is the epitome of modern day bridal.
4 Rosie Huntington-Whiteley
Rosie was bridal ready in this striking Ralph Lauren gown. This sultry, asymmetric dress features a Grecian inspired pleated panel, a heavily embellished shoulder and a daring thigh high split.
5 Jennifer Hudson
Jennifer dazzled in this white silk fit and flare gown by H&M at the 2016 Met Gala. There's so much detail we can't tear our eyes away! Couldn't you just imagine walking down the aisle in this piece with the billowing train behind you?
6 Kate Hudson
Another Met Gala treasure - Kate wowed in this daring number. True to Versace style, this gown is a cutout lovers dream. Perfect for the bride who wants to show some skin whilst also looking like a princess.
7 Lady Gaga
We all know Lady Gaga is a fan of more eccentric fashion choices, but this bridal inspired jumpsuit has us swooning! Fit for the modern day bride who doesn't want the traditional wedding gown, this jumpsuit caters to just that.
8 Karlie Kloss
Even though Karlie wore a Joshua Kushner gown to her actual wedding in 2018, we would have been just as stunned if she had worn this sleek Stella McCartney dress. Simple but chic, make a statement in this caped number.
9 Priyanka Chopra
We can't say we're surprised that Priyanka chose to wear a full-on bridal gown to her Cannes Film Festival appearance this spring as we hear she's a lover of all things bridal. This dramatic piece is from Georges Hobeika's Spring 2020 bridal collection.
10 Karolina Kurkova
Karolina lit up the red carpet - literally. She rocked the Met Gala red carpet in this ethereal Marchesa gown. From floral embellishments to LED magic, this gown will bring out any bride's inner fashionista.
11 Sonam Kapoor
Similar to Lady Gaga, Sonam opted for a bridal tuxedo to wow her fans at Cannes Film Festival this year. This Ralph & Russo tuxedo came with an overskirt and a six-foot train - it doesn't get much more bridal than that!
12 Michelle Rodriguez
This Rami Kadi dress is fit for the bride who wants to make a dramatic entrance. With it's off-the-shoulder cape, huge billowing skirt and feather effect detailing, you'll feel like a snow queen in this gown.
13 Claire Danes
Saving the showstopper until last... Surely everyone remembers Claire Dane's disney princess inspired dress by Zac Posen? She lit up the red carpet in LED lights in alternating shades of pink and blue. Did somebody say Sleeping Beauty?