In case you missed it, the red carpet was filled with looks worthy of your nuptials. With all of the anticipation surrounding tonight’s awards, it makes sense that celebrities would chose outfits that look like they’re meant for the big day. White was the color of choice.
For the bride that is looking for minimalist or form-fitting silhouettes, the red carpet was a runway full of wedding inspiration. Case in point: Heidi Klum, Scarlett Johansson and Kristen Bell‘s looks for the glowing bride. Trumpet, mermaid and sheath forms were all present, as well as ballgowns of bright hues.
For men, celebrities like Milo Ventimiglia and Lakeith Stanfield brought their A-game to the Emmys with menswear suited for a handsome groom.
When is your big day? Whether it’s around the corner or a distant fantasy, check out the best white ensembles to inspire your wedding dreams below!
The America’s Got Talent judge appears in silky white gown with a beautiful train and paired her look with Harry Winston jewelry.
For the art-loving bride, this strapless Ralph & Russo number featuring an epic geometrical print is the perfect dress to wow guests.
With a plunging neckline, thigh-high slit and off-shoulder silhouette, this look would any groom swoon over his bride.
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Between the sheer top and white suit, this is a look worthy of a doting groom.
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The Crown star wore a Calvin Klein dress that looks simple from the front. From the back, however, it has epic details, making it a look you’d want to wear down the aisle.
This Ermenegildo Zegna Couture look is the perfect look for a black and white wedding.
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The Good Place star’s Solace London dress is wedding goals for the minimalist bride.
The floral detailing on the shoulders of this Repossi dress makes it the perfect look for flower girl.
The This Is Us star looks like a class act in a black and white tuxedo.
For complete coverage of the 2018 Emmy Awards, watch E! News Tuesday, Sept. 18 at 7 p.m.!