Priyanka Chopra Wore an Actual Wedding Dress to Her Bridal Shower at Tiffany's Blue Box Cafe

Her bridal style is getting us SO excited for her real wedding dress

Updated 08/17/19

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Here's more proof that Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas's wedding is right around the corner!

According to People, on Sunday, October 28, Priyanka Chopra celebrated her bridal shower at Tiffany's Blue Box Cafe in New York City's midtown. Chopra, 36, looked perfectly bridal as she stepped out in a silvery white strapless Marchesa gown, which featured a feathery floor-length skirt. She paired the stunning gown with a Tiffany & Co. necklace and nude Louboutin shoes.

The actress's guest list was just as incredible as her look: In addition to her two bridesmaids, Mubina Rattonsey and Anjula Acharia (who hosted the lavish celebration), other A-listers included Kelly Ripa, Lupita Nyong'o and soon-to-be sister-in-law Danielle Jonas, Us Weekly reports.

Just before the big night, Chopra shared a shot of herself on Instagram Stories of her getting ready for the party alongside two of her friends. "My girls r in town! #anyreasontoparty #preweddingcelebrations," she captioned the behind-the-scenes shot.

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Chopra's stylist also shared an image of the bride-to-be on Instagram, showing off more details of her dress and some fitting balloon decor.

It's no surprise that the bride held her engagement party at Tiffany's: It is, after all, the store where Jonas picked up her engagement ring over the summer. Chopra previously revealed that her heart was set on a Tiffany & Co. ring for years.

"Well, I may have dropped that hint. I think we had a conversation about it when we were dating and I've always known it had to be Tiffany," Chopra told People while attending a Tiffany & Co. event in New York City on in early October. "I just knew it since I was a kid. First, it was Breakfast at Tiffany's that did it for every girl in the world, and then, of course, Sweet Home Alabama came and put a stamp on it that it has to be Tiffany!"

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