The Most Gorgeous Vogue Wedding Dresses of 2016

Having your wedding featured in Vogue is tantamount to winning the ultimate style lottery. From fashion editors to celebrities to society mavens, the ladies who earn a spread dedicated to their nuptials are widely considered among the most stylish in the world.

Even if you are planning a significantly more modest day of celebrations, Vogue's wedding coverage offers more than enough inspiration to go around. From the most insanely dressed guests to stunningly beautiful table settings, a Vogue-approved wedding overlooks no detail. And, of course, the bride's dress choice is arguably the most important detail of all.

Keep scrolling to see some of the most stunning wedding dresses from Vogue in 2016!

Model Agyness Deyn said "I do" to her beau Joel McAndrew in a ceremony in Brooklyn Heights, wearing a stunning tulle dress by Molly Goddard.

Solange Franklin

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Jillian Mitchell for Vogue

The bride wore a stunning fringe Alessandra Rich dress (and Gianvito Rossi heels) for her wedding to Brian Reed in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn.

Alexandra Lucia Sourbis

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Amber Gress for Vogue

The bride wore a halter-neck Yolan Cris gown and a full-length veil for her wedding to Justin Bischoff in the Catskills of New York.

Eugenia González de Henn

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Gulnara Samoilova and William Sanchez

The bride, a fashion editor and native of Mexico, said "I do" to Martin Henn in San Cristobal, Mexico. Colombian designer Juan Carlos Obando, a close friend of the bride, designed her gown.

For their coastal wedding in Positano, Italy, the bride (pictured with her father) wore an off-the-shoulder lace gown by Dolce & Gabbana.

Kyly Zakheim and her groom, Ryan Rabin, flew all their guests to South Africa for their nuptials inside Kruger National Park. She wore a backless gown by Vera Wang.

The bride's close friend, designer Thakoon Panichgul, was there to make final adjustments to her dress right before she wed Michael Macaulay in New Hampshire. 

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