We're not the only ones obsessing over all the new—and gosh darn gorgeous—wedding dresses at New York Bridal Fashion Week! There's a famous face among the crowds who's come to see the fresh frocks and wedding wares at the fashion shows of the world's most elite bridal designers, and it's that of the WWE's Nikki Bella. In case you missed it, Bella is a new bride-to-be after getting engaged to her fiancé and fellow wrestler John Cena at WrestleMania 33 last month. And although it's been only a few weeks, she is already searching for her dream dress. And what better place to find it than Bridal Fashion Week?
As we previously reported, Bella is dreaming of a cleavage-baring, formfitting frock for her walk down the aisle. "Who's Nikki Bella without cleavage? Like, c'mon!" the Total Divas star told E! News about her ideal wedding dress. "I want something that's tight in the waist and shows off the booty," she explained. "I definitely have to have some cleavage."
The hunt is on! Yesterday, Bella headed to Romona Keveza's Spring 2018 bridal show, where she posted an adorable Boomerang video to her Instagram, adding the bride emoji because—duh—what could be more fitting?
Next up, Bella headed to the Marchesa showcase, where designers Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig showed off their always-beautiful gowns. With tiered silhouettes, soft tulle, and trendy cold-shoulder cutouts all making an appearance in Marchesa's Spring 2018 collection, Bella was bound to see something she loved! "Incredible event @marchesafashion #nybfw #BridalFashionWeek," she captioned an Instagram snapshot of the gorgeous gowns.
As for the rest of the big-day details, this bride-to-be has some ideas: "I envision, like, 150 people, 'cause I still want to keep it very private and intimate, and my side of the family makes it like 150," Bella recently revealed to Entertainment Tonight. "I want black tie. I just love the elegance of black tie, and depending on what season we get married, [there] will be, like, florals. Like, I'm going to have a lot of florals, so I don't know how much they'll cost, but I hear they cost a lot. But I don't care. I want it to be drenched with flowers."
Oh, florals are definitely expensive, but you do you, girl! (And remember to invite us, please!)