Bring some star style to your wedding day with stunning wedding-dress inspiration from the BAFTA Television Awards 2010.
Up first, daring high-fashion brides-to-be will rock red-carpet glamour in Amanda Holden’s floor-length Quintana Couture number, complete with asymmetric ruffle, metallic bodice and sexy side-split.
Angelica Bell and Michael Underwood
Add a touch of sparkle to your wedding dress with a splash of silver, like TV presenter Angelica Bell.
For wedding-day elegance with a subtle twist, go for focal-point embellishment and subtle peach shade, like presenter Beverly Turner.
Simon Cowell and Jackie St. Claire
If you’re wearing a gown with a standout feature – like Jackie St. Claire’s swirly matte-silver skirt – let it do the talking with only the subtlest accessories.
Simon Cowell took home the BAFTA Special Award for ‘reinventing’ Saturday night television.
EastEnder Kara Tointon channels loose, flowing Grecian style in this one-shoulder Donna Karan dress. Copy her style for your relaxed-chic Mediterranean wedding.
EastEnders took home the Continuing Drama BAFTA.
Scale up the style-factor at a beachy wedding with a strapless, beaded gown like Lacey Turner’s.
Shine on your wedding day in a golden gown like Melinda Messenger’s.
Go for relaxed glamour on your wedding day in a simple, sheeny gown like Michelle Keegan’s. An unusual neckline and glittering accessories pile on the style points.
Waterloo-Roadie Tina O’Brien shows spring/summer brides how to walk short in this pretty feathery number and pale gold accessories.
Brighten up your bridesmaids with a streamlined lemon number, then add some party-glitz with sparkly shoes and accessories.
Make your bridesmaids feel like princesses in a royal blue, off-the-shoulder number like news presenter Sian Williams’ at your opulent summer wedding.
Ramp up your mother-of-the-bride style with a flattering, panelled blue dress, killer boots and a statement metallic jacket.