From Lady Gaga to Elisabeth Moss, bridal gowns were front and center at the 2019 SAG Awards

Lady Gaga, Elisabeth Moss and Danai Gurira were among those attending the 2019 SAG awards in wedding-inspired gowns. (Photos: Getty Images. Photo illustration: Yahoo Lifestyle)

On Sunday night at the 25th Screen Actors Guild Awards (SAG), some of Hollywood’s biggest A-list actresses — Lady Gaga, Elisabeth Moss and Danai Gurira — wore an unexpected trend on the red carpet: white and whimsical wedding dresses. Although the gorgeous gowns may not have been specifically created for a walk down the aisle, they can easily serve as your 2019 wedding dress inspiration.

Lady Gaga, who just earned her second Oscar nomination for A Star is Born, wore a glamorous Dior haute couture gown that came fresh off the catwalk just one week prior. The frock features a sexily plunging neckline, high slit and delicately frayed feather edges. It’s a gown tailor-made for a superstar like Gaga, who wore her hair slicked back in a 1960’s style bun, and contrasted her winter white gown with a matching bold burgundy lip and polish.

The Handmaid’s Tale’s Elisabeth Moss decided to go in a different direction, playing up a Cinderella moment by wearing a voluminous polka-dot strapless gown by Monique Lhuillier. And Danai Gurira, who, along with her fellow Black Panther cast members, picked up the biggest prize on Sunday night for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture, wore a fashionable feather dress by Ralph & Russo (the same designer duo behind Meghan Markle‘s unforgettable engagement photo dress).

All three dresses were equally exquisite, and each showcased a different type of bride and personality. Whether you prefer a more risqué dress like Gaga, a traditional “princess” gown like Moss or a modern bridal dress like Gurira, you’re bound to find one that speaks to you.

Below, shop the top three biggest wedding dress trends to emerge from the 25th SAG Awards.

Plunging necklines and high slits

Lady Gaga arrives at the 25th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards wearing a Dior haute couture white plunging neckline gown at the Shrine Auditorium on Jan. 27, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo: Rodin Eckenroth/Getty Images)

Cinq à Sept Iris Plunging Twist High-Low Gown

Cinq à Sept Iris Plunging Twist High-Low Gown (Photo: Saks Fifth Avenue)

A Grecian-inspired plunging neckline dress with a knotted twist in the center and slight, high-low hem, it’s the perfect dress for any modern bride.

Shop it: $795,

PatBo Bo Ruffle Hem Plunging Maxi Dress

PatBo Bo Ruffle Hem Plunging Maxi Dress (Photo: Saks Fifth Avenue)

If you love the high slit on Lady Gaga’s Dior haute couture gown, this PatBo version comes extremely close. Plus, it features extra tiered ruffles for a dramatic effect.

Shop it: $675,

Fame and Partners Pleated Belted Gown

Fame and Partners Pleated Belted Gown (Photo: Fame and Partners)

We love the simplicity on this deep V-neckline dress. The belt adds a sophisticated touch as an accessory we don’t often seen on brides.

Shop it: $400,

Chosen by One Day Frankie Gown

Chosen By One Day Frankie Gown (Photo: BHLDN)

This dress features all the bold statements from Lady Gaga’s SAG Awards look, but in lace, for the bohemian bride.

Shop it: $3,295,

Reformation Milan Dress

Reformation Milan Dress (Photo: Reformation)

Although this Reformation dress is much simpler in design, it still includes the trademark deep V-neckline and high slit. At under $500,  it’s a budget-friendly buy compared to similar bridal dresses.

Shop it: $428,

Princess worthy strapless gowns

Elisabeth Moss attends the 25th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at the Shrine Auditorium wearing a strapless polka dot Monique Lhuillier gown on Jan. 27, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo: Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic)

Jenny Yoo Carrington Gown

Jenny Yoo Carrington Gown (Photo: BHLDN)

Shop it: $1,050,

All the drama is on the back of this princess-worthy Jenny Yoo gown made of ivory taffeta.

Wtoo by Watters Rowena Gown

Wtoo By Watters Rowena Gown (Photo: BHLDN)

The corset bodice on this beautiful tulle gown features hand-placed lace, sequins and a delicate pink sash around the waist. Timeless and elegant, it’s a dress that you’ll undoubtedly feel like a princess in on your big day.

Shop it: $1,215,

Isabella Armstrong Liane Strapless Tulle Ruffle Ball Gown

Isabella Armstrong Liane Strapless Tulle Ruffle Ball Gown (Photo: Moda Operandi)

This gown is for the bride who wants a dramatic wedding dress without any extra frills. Simple and timeless, the dress speaks for itself.

Shop it: $6,200,

Bridal feather frocks

Danai Gurira attends the 25th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards wearing a white feather gown by Ralph & Russo at the Shrine Auditorium on Jan. 27, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo: Getty Images)

Milly Margot Dress

Milly Margot Dress (Photo: Milly)

If you’re the type of nontraditional bride who wants a little flair to her dress, a feather frock is a fantastic alternative to another tulle ball gown.

Shop it: $650,

Elie Saab Feather Embellished Cady Gown

Elie Saab Feather Embellished Cady Gown (Photo: Moda Operandi)

For a modern and fashionable bride who wants clean lines and a simple silhouette, this Elie Saab version is for you.

Shop it: $2,535,

Jovani Strapless Feather-Neck Cocktail Dress

Jovani Strapless Feather-Neck Cocktail Dress. (Photo: Neiman Marcus)

Albeit a bit shorter, this dress is the spitting image of Danai Gurira’s Ralph & Russo number. If you love the idea of a feather dress, but not for your wedding ceremony, consider it for your reception dress. It packs a fashion punch — and you’ll be comfortable enough to boogie down in it, too.

Shop it: $695,

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