Mrs. Carter has done it again! On the heels of a show-stealing performance at Superbowl 50 and a year-stealing video release with "Formation," Beyoncé wowed at the Grammys in an Inbal Dror wedding dress straight off the bridal runways!
Once again Beyoncé upstaged Bruno Mars. Not content in beating him in a Superbowl half time dance off, Blue Ivy's mom was the picture of a glowing bride (literally) as she presented friend Bruno Mars with the Record of the Year Grammy on Monday night. Mars took home the award for one of our favorite dance themes of 2015 "Uptown Funk" (don't forget to include that dance floor staple on your wedding playlist, ladies!). And while we celebrate all things Bruno Mars, we couldn't take our eyes off of Beyoncé literally wearing a wedding gown to a major awards show!
"It was an amazing moment to see one of my favorite stars wearing one of my designs," Dror told BRIDES this morning after seeing Beyoncé in her dress. "I can't even begin to explain the feeling. I am so excited for what is yet to come!"
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The vertical crochet lace paneled wedding dress with collar, long sleeves, and tulle inserts, made its way down Inbal Dror's fall 2016 bridal runway in October. Beyoncé kept her beauty and accessories game strong with a slicked back low chignon (perfect for a modern bride) and statement-making Lorraine Schwartz earrings.
Israeli designer Inbal Dror, who launched her eponymous collection a little over two years ago, is no stranger to the BRIDES spotlight, but this marks one of the few times Dror's designs have made it on the red carpet (Giuliana Ranci wore a black Inbal Dror jumpsuit at the Grammys last year). Though Dror does make the case that she's constantly surrounded by celebrities with all of her brides. "I treat all my brides with the same care and attention," the designer told BRIDES. She added, "Every bride is a celebrity." We couldn't agree more!
Confidence is key for Dror when it comes to a bridal look, and who gives off more confidence than Mrs. Carter?
"I love it when the bride integrates with the dress, and they become one, like a second skin. Our bride is confident; sometimes quietly confident, and she is always breathtaking," the designer explained.
Celebrities, they're just like us, amirite?
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And Bey wasn't the only star giving off major bridal vibes over Grammys weekend. Chrissy Teigen, Kaley Cuoco, and Miranda Kerr all chose white gowns to celebrate the music industry's greatest.
Are we seeing a trend develop? Are wedding gowns going to be the new red carpet staple? Stay tuned!