Forget who wins Best Picture—we can't stop staring at all the gorgeous gowns at the Golden Globes 2019. As always, the red carpet was full of celebrities strutting in show-stopping dresses. But this time around, we couldn't help but notice that these high fashion frocks could totally double as wedding dresses.
With all the beautiful white dresses and tulle-covered frocks worn by our favorite celebs on the red carpet, the Golden Globes 2019 is all the bridal inspiration brides-to-be need. From Dakota Fanning's wedding-ready Armani Privé ball gown to the modern column white dress host Sandra Oh donned for the big night, these gowns can totally be taken straight from the red carpet to the wedding aisle.
If you need some wedding dress inspiration, look no further than the Golden Globes 2019 gowns below.
Amber Heard rocked a black and white ball gown by Monique Lhuillier.
Dakota Fanning's Armani Privé gown looks positively bridal.
For the red carpet, host Sandra Oh wore a white ruched gown by Versace .
Crazy Rich Asians star Constance Wu chose a Vera Wang nude tulle confection, complete with an orange velvet belt.
This frothy, dusty rose tulle number by Monique Lhuillier made Emmy Rossum look like a princess bride.
We wonder if the engaged Gina Rodriguez will wear something similar to this Reem Acra gown when her actual wedding rolls around!
Brave brides only! Saoirse Ronan chose a silvery Gucci gown with a neckline down to there.
Kristen Bell's blush-hued pleated gown by Zuhair Murad couldn't have been prettier.
Alison Brie wore an icy blue Vera Wang tulle gown, complete with a sparkling bandeau.
If Beale Street Could Talk actress Kiki Layne wore a romantic tulle Dior gown with off-the-shoulder sleeves and corset.
Felicity Huffman went for a blinged-out slinky gown by Laura Basci .
What, you didn't hear that brides love blue? We're obsessed with Lady Gaga's dramatic Valentino ball gown!
It may be black, but daring brides will love the dark, romantic mood of this floral-embellished Monique Lhuillier ball gown the newly engaged Heidi Klum wore.
Irina Shayk's golden goddess gown could totally work for an unconventional wedding or after-party.
Keri Russell wore a silver gown with a plunging cowl neckline by Monique Lhuillier.
Strong shoulders for the win! Jamie Lee Curtis wore a modern frock with shimmering stones.
Emily Blunt wore a laser-cut metallic dress by Alexander McQueen.
Connie Britton wore a Christian Siriano column gown, detailed with crystal embellishments.
Julianne Moore wore a modern white frock by Givenchy for the 2019 Golden Globes.
Sure, musician Joanna Newsom's dress isn't your typical wedding gown, but how cute would this heart-shaped frock be for an after-party?