'I DO' WITH DéCOLLETAGE
We wouldn’t be surprised if the cleavage-baring sheer panel trend made its way from the red carpet to the aisle. This Jenny Packham design (spotted on the runway at New York Fashion Week) counters the over-the-top sexy style with a simple silhouette and classic cap sleeves.
BRIDE IN BLOOM
Any celeb with a tiny waistline and a love of high-drama fashion (so, uh, most of Hollywood) would fall in love with this intricate Pronovias head-turner.
WANG FOR THE WIN
There’s a reason so many celebs want a Vera Wang for their big day: The famed designer dreams up incredible gowns like this silk-and-tulle number.
SAY Sé TO THE DRESS
'O' SO BEAUTIFUL
With its flattering mermaid shape and delicate embroidery, we could see Oscar de la Renta’s dream of a dress on practically every A-list bride-to-be. (And a few editors here could see it on themselves too Oscar, call us.)
Glam enough for a big awards show but romantic enough for an exchanging of vows, Mark Zunino’s sweetheart-neckline gown complete with a plume-embellished skirt belongs on someone who’s beyond the standard lace and tulle.
HAUTE & HOT
You know who likes to show off her legs? Every woman in Tinseltown. So we could see at least one star bucking tradition and going short for her wedding. And she couldn’t go wrong with this thigh-grazing THEIA design.
'TIL RUFFLES DO US PART
Celebrities like to make an entrance, whether it’s at a premiere or at the altar, so Reem Acra’s voluminous strapless number would be the perfect choice for any high-profile nuptials.
COLD SHOULDER, NOT FEET
The old-school romance of Chantilly lace and the modern sophistication of a one-shoulder silhouette is a style match made in bridal gown heaven. No actress would regret getting hitched in this Naeem Khan design.
We’re not going to get specific, but a certain engaged celebrity whose name rhymes with Shmiley Shmyrus and who loves abs-baring outfits might decide to eschew a typical gown and go for something along the lines of this Marchesa two-piece.