By rileygrey StyleJanuary 13, 2014 Wedding Inspiration from the Globes Robin wasn't the only one rocking champagne, and we think this color just does not walk down the aisle enough. The Donna Karan Atelier stunner that Anna Gunn wore would be an amazing wedding dress - no alterations or color changes needed. (Photo: Harper's Bazaar) On to the primary colors, another trend on the carpet. From the cut to the color, Caitlin Fitzgerald's Emily Wickstead gown is perfect for a traditional, preppy-leaning wedding that wants to channel Jackie & John. (Photo: Harper's Bazaar) Black is an ever present staple at all award shows, and not usually very bridal, but Cate Blanchett's Armani Prive was so delicate and ethereal. This is the kind of lace work that is romantic in any color. (Photo:Harper's Bazaar) Another black contender was Emma Robert's Lanvin gown. The silhouette is completely sophisticated, with just a hint of sexy, a tricky combination for brides to find. (Photo: Harper's Bazaar) Harper's Bazaar And now for the "classic" whites. Leave it to a Downton Abby star to wear a dress perfect for a modern and edgy wedding. The black slit on the Viktor & Rolf dress Laura Carmichael wore is perfect for a city wedding at a modern art museum. (Photo: Harper's Bazaar) Another bright beauty was Lena Dunham's Zac Posen. We've seen this silhouette from Zac several times before, but it's just so perfectly feminine and dramatic for a bride. (Photo: Harper's Bazaar) Lupita has been crushing it with her press ensembles and she did not disappoint on her first major red carpet. The richness and brightness of the red along with the clean lines of this Ralph Lauren give it such impact that it begs to be worn as a wedding dress. All eyes would be super glued to the bride. (Photo: Harper's Bazaar) Michelle Dockery took things in a more of a silver direction. The classic silhouette of this Oscar de la Renta allows for tons of sparkle and shine without compromising its timeless simplicity. (Photo: Harper's Bazaar) Harper's Bazaar Finally, for brides thinking about tropical destinations, we kind of love Rashida Jones' quirky Fausto Puglisi gown. It's a little literal, yes, but we think it's cute without being corny. (Photo: Harper's Bazaar) Robin Wright and Ben Foster offered a coordinated but not matchy couple idea. We love the low backed, sporty look of her dress coupled with the no-tie all black tux. (Photo by Jason Merritt/Getty Images) In prints, Kaley Cuoco's Rani Zakhem is bold enough to stand out as unique but soft and muted enough to coordinate well with all your other wedding details.(Photo: Jason Merritt/Getty Images) Chris Pine's slim fit tux with no button covers and smaller bow tie show how a classic look can be made modern and sleek. In a see of penguin suits, he stood out as a truly fashion forward gentleman.(Photo: Jason Merritt/Getty Images) The usual suspects and some newcomers (hello Lupita Nyong’o) really brought it last night. Here are our pick for looks we’d love to borrow for a wedding, white or otherwise. Share on Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google + LinkedIn Email Bio Latest Posts rileygrey Latest Posts By rileygrey Unique wedding invitation ideas from your favorite fashion brands This Airbnb NYC Retreat Does Modern-Rustic Design Like You’ve Never Seen R&G Family Photo Diary: A Hudson Holiday in an Upgraded Upstate Airbnb Previous article[Married] on the 4th of July Next articleOde to Isabel Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.