As the curtain falls on the award season, the 2016 annual Tony Awards did not disappoint. The New York City’s Upper West Side was star-studded this past Sunday with plenty of wedding dress inspiration for us brides-to-be. From Broadway actresses to our favorite movie stars, here are 11 of our favourite bridal inspirations from the evening:
1. Laura Osnes in Catherine Deane
A princess silhouette that stole our breath away, this look is for brides who want to show their delicate side. The fitted white embroidered silk gown with sparkling silver beading and floating chiffon by Catherine Deane can definitely be a wedding dress that turns heads.
Photo Credit: Facebook@Catherine Deane, ELLE
2. Jordan Dunn in Zac Posen
This rose colored mullet hem dress by Zac Posen dominates the red carpet with such grace and poise. The alluring cut and layers of the dress is the perfect choice for brides who want to be different and unique.
Photo Credit: Instagram@officialjdunn
3. Phillipa Soo in Prabal Gurung
For brides who want to keep it chic and simple, this head turning textured white Prabal Gurung gown leave us in complete awe. With a a sexy shoulder cut-out and daring front slit, the gown is gracefully paired with Monique Pean jewellery - a perfect look for a simple yet playful bride.
Photo Credit: Facebook@Prabal Gurung
4. Busy Philipps in INGIE Paris
Cougar Town actress, Busy Philipps stands out in a stunning pink petal printed strapless A-line gown. The eccentric look is completed with a periwinkle clutch and Irene Neuwirth earrings. Be sure to take notes as this look can definitely be head-turner during your wedding reception.
Photo Credit: Facebook@INGIE Paris, Instagram@busyphilipps
5. Laura Michelle Kelly in Zac Posen
Most people are bored of the typical red evening gown for the wedding party. Add a unique touch, like this look on Laura Michelle Kelly, and you can stun your guests in a looped accent red evening gown that boldly flows into the night.
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6. Sara Bareilles in Gomez-Gracia
For the aspiring bohemian brides-to-be out there, bring a rustic flair to your wedding look like how Sara Bareilles did in this peach Gomez-Gracia gown. Complete with a milkmaid braid and long, shimmering earrings, this look is perfect for a vintage wedding.
Photo Credit: Facebook@Gomez-Gracia, US Weekly
7. Lucy Liu in Zuhair Murad Couture
Fashion is all about taking risks. Have some fun at your wedding with a pop of color. The plunging Zuhair Murad halter ballgown, rendered in light lemon meringue and covered in floral appliques, will definitely steal the spotlight at any wedding party.
Photo Credit: Facebook@ZUHAIR MURAD, Instagram@lucyliu
8. Ana Villafane in Carolina Herrera
Ana Villafañe shows you how to make a gasp-worthy red carpet entrance in her tonal hot pink and red short sleeve gown by Carolina Herrera. This look is perfect for brides who love pink!
9. Saoirse Ronan in Stella McCartney
Pale but not plain! Past Academy Award Nominee, Saoirse Roana keeps it simple with a blush Stella McCartney gown that features a stunning train and cut out detail at the waist. Complete with slender Jennifer Fisher earrings, her look infuses a sense of serenity and poise.
Photo Credit: Facebook@ Stella McCartney, ELLE
10. Jane Krakowski in Michael Kors Collection
Don't be afraid to be a little daring at your wedding and have all eyes on you. Jane Krakowski always knows how to catch people’s attention. She hit the carpet with a custom crimson paillette-embroidered gown from Michael Kors with a serious plunging neckline.
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11. Renée Elise Goldsberry in Oscar de la Renta
Yellow is the color for spirituality and enlightenment which makes it great for matrimony. Take inspiration from Tony Award-Winner, Renée Elise Goldsberry's strapless Oscar de la Renta floral gown. A yellow wedding dress like this will definitely make you a cheerful bride!
Photo Credit: Facebook@Oscar de la Renta, Instagram@reneeelisegoldsberry