Stunning Oscar 2015 gowns that are perfect for Brides To Be!
Anna Farris in Zuhair Murad: This stunning glittering silver Zuhair Maurad ball gown is to die for. With incredible head to toe beadwork, the gown would turn heads under the dazzling lights. The train is chapel-length.
Chrissy Teigen in Zuhair Murad: Wow! Glittering long-sleeved elegance. The gowns plunging neckline is sexy and sensual. The soft fabric is filled with crystal-embellishments and perfect with strappy stilettos. This would be the perfect reception gown but may be a little risque for the ceremony.
Felicity Jones in Alexander McQueen: This interesting and full gown is certainly wedding worthy. Whilst is isn't our favourite design, it could look amazing on the right bride. The silvery hug, full skirt and on-trend neckline creates a statement look. It may not be as timeless as some other gowns however.
Jamie Chung in Yanina: This gown is spectacularly bold choice for an unconventional bride. The popping beadwork and organza layers made this gown one stunning creation. If it was died white then you'd have a ultra-romantic traditional gown.
Jenna Dewan Tatum in Zuhair Murad: This gown is simple and elegant. The lovely crystal embellishments are complimented by the statement belt. A slight train makes it very bridal and classic.
Jennifer Aniston in Versace: Panels of nude beadwork swirl across the sweetheart neckline. The sheer fabric keeps it sexy and glamorous. This would be perfect for a city skyline rooftop cocktail party or reception gown. No accessories needed as the heavy bead work does all the talking!
Jennifer Lopez in Elie Saab: This gown is sexy and princess like. It is perfectly suited to her skin tone - you can't tell where her skin ends and the dress starts! This gown gives the perfect princess look with layers and layers of tulle, glitter and beading.
Julianne Moore in Chanel: This dress is oh-so classic Chanel. The custom design with flowerette features was simply to die for and perfect for a very classic yet chic bride. We picture Audrey Hepburn when we look at this gown. Love the low bridal bun and drop jewellery.
Kiera Knightley in Valentino: Whimsical, soft and romantic. This garden wedding appropriate gown was a show stopper. The French script along the skirt makes this gown spectacularly unique and fashionable. The hair and make-up also helps finish off the look - soft curls and mauve lipstick.
Viola Davis in Escada: A classic off the shoulder straps gown with flattering waistline.
Zoe Saldana in Atelier Versace: The slight train and figure-flattering features of this blush gown makes it an exceptional choice for brides who want something a little simpler. Perfect for a spring or summer bride.
Gwyneth Paltrow in Ralph & Russo: A goddess style gown perfect for any sleek and sophisticated bride. The off-the-shoulder ivory design is ever so romantic.
Rosamund Pike in Givenchy: Why where white when you can wow your guests in this stunning fiery number! With scalloped, strapless neckline and lacy overlay this is the perfect look for a stand out bride.
Marion Cotillard in Christian Dior Haute Couture. Gorgeous white dress with circular sheer cutouts and long train that flared from a black strap at the back.
Faith Hill in J. Mendel: This dress features a stunning plunging neckline which has been a recent hot trend on bridal runways. We have to admit when we first saw this dress we actually thought it would be good for mothers-of-the-bride. That said, if worn on the right bride this would look oh so chic and bridal!
Gwyneth Paltrow in Ralph & Russo: What a stunning gown! This has to be our favourite of the whole Oscars Red Carpet. It has a subtle mermaid silhouette which is very traditional and bridal. It is soft, elegant and could even be worn as by a MC or Maid Of Honour.
Karolina Kurkova in Marchesa: We love Marchesa bridal gowns and this one hasn't let us down. The dramatic ruffled back is complimented by a figure hugging strapless body. It is featured in one of the seasons hottest bridal hues, blush pink. What a look for a city bride!!