If your wedding style's bold and glam, you'll fall for these incredible Fall/Winter 2018 haute couture pieces from the likes of Zuhair Murad, Elie Saab, Ralph & Russo and Paolo Sebastian.
This spectacular gown's literally fit for royalty, with Russian aristocracy serving as the inspiration behind this opulent collection (but seriously, since when has a Zuhair Murad collection not been breathtakingly luxurious?). In a heavy satin fabric dressed in tonal floral embroidery and topped with a full length cape, you'll be exuding a regal air as you glide down the aisle in this stunner- crown optional. Image: Zuhair Murad Fall/Winter Haute Couture 2018/Showbit Viktor & Rolf took a trip down memory lane, recasting iconic looks through the years in top-to-toe white. This one, sprinkled with Swarovski crystals and aptly emblazoned with "I Love You" across its skirt, is just right for a whimsical ballroom celebration. See also: FAIRY TALE GRANDEUR! 8 GORGEOUS GAZEBOS FOR YOUR BALLROOM WEDDING Image: Viktor & Rolf Fall/Winter Haute Couture 2018/Showbit Australian designer Paul Vasileff dreamt up a wintry lineup of floaty tiers, intricate snowflake motifs, forsty pastel hues and crystal embellishments that were a nod to Russian composer Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s famous two-act ballet The Nutcracker. Ombre tiers that gradate from a subtle grey-white to powder blue make for the dreamiest way to wear something blue. Image: @paolo_sebastian/Instagram Inspired by Spanish architect Antoni Gaudí's Catalan modernist works, Elie Saab's collection features architectural yet organic patterns and shapes. The headpiece might be a tad OTT for your nuptials but the sparkly, voluminous gown's just right for shining like a bride for a lavish affair. Image: Elie Saab Fall/Winter Haute Couture 2018/Showbit Sculpted, geometric patterns, irisdescent hues and the transparency of stained glass were transformed into wearable works of art on Tony Ward's runway. Image: Tony Ward Fall/Winter Haute Couture 2018/Showbit From its ornate embroidery to cuffed sleeves and majestic cape, this is for the bride who has a penchant for resplendent, old world looks. Image: Tony Ward Fall/Winter Haute Couture 2018/Showbit See also: 10 OTHERWORLDLY LOOKS BRIDES WILL WANT TO STEAL FROM THE MET GALA 2018 Fantastically feminine, your guests will be blown away by this butterfly-embellished dress, which is also the fashion house's signature motif as well as the symbol for Surrealism. Image: Elsa Schiaparelli Fall/Winter Haute Couture 2018/Showbit Tufts of voluminous tulle on the shoulders and as a breezy train, paired with a contemporary floral sheath, makes for a perfect combination of ethereal charm and chic modernity. Image: Ralph & Russo Fall/Winter Haute Couture 2018/Showbit If a modern, whimsical fairy tale look is what you're after, this sparkling Swan Lake-inspired piece with a shower of sequins and fantastically plumed bodice would be it. Image: Georges Hobeika Fall/Winter Haute Couture 2018/Showbit With a dress as showy as this fully-embellished dress with a dramatically plumed waterfall hemline, you'll want equally eye-catching footwear to match. Its barely-there blush pink hue makes it just as stunning as a wedding dress for an extravagant venue, or as your evening gown. Image: Georges Hobeika Fall/Winter Haute Couture 2018/Showbit Elie Saab takes the thigh-high slit up a notch with a visually interesting waterfall hemline, and with the belted waist giving the opulent look a dash of modern style. Image: Elie Saab Fall/Winter Haute Couture 2018/Showbit See also: CHANEL TO ELIE SAAB: STYLISH NEW WAYS TO DRESS FOR YOUR GLAM ROM CEREMONY