Celebrity Our Picks For Kate Middleton's Wedding Look By InStyle Editors InStyle Editors Facebook Instagram Twitter Our editors and writers comprise decades of expertise across the beauty, fashion, lifestyle and wellness spaces in print and digital. We prioritize journalistic integrity, factual accuracy, and also having fun with every story we share. InStyle's editorial guidelines Updated on September 17, 2012 @ 11:31AM Pin Share Tweet Email Trending Videos Photo: Tim Rooke/Rex / Rex USA, Courtesy Reem Acra, Courtesy Manolo Blahnik, Courtesy Garrard, Courtesy Our Picks For Kate Middleton's Wedding Look 01 of 04 Our Picks For Kate's Wedding Look Tim Rooke/Rex / Rex USA, Courtesy Lanvin, Courtesy Christian Louboutin, Courtesy Tiffany & Co., Courtesy Ultra-feminine or full-out glam-what type of bride will Middleton be when she walks down the aisle? We have a few suggestions! The Romantic BrideWhy It Works It's all in the details with this ensemble! Soft pailette, ruffle and blush accents are the perfect pairing for an ethereal bride with a modern sensibility. 02 of 04 The Red-Carpet Bride Tim Rooke/Rex / Rex USA, Courtesy Oscar de La Renta, Courtesy Jimmy Choo, Courtesy William Goldberg, Courtesy Why It Works Rich, regal fabrics including, taffeta and lace get the Hollywood treatment when worn with mirrored platforms and tiers of diamonds. 03 of 04 The Glam Bride Tim Rooke/Rex / Rex USA, Courtesy Monique Lhuillier, Courtesy Giuseppe Zanotti, Courtesy Can Cleep & Arpels, Courtesy Why It Works Talk about shining in the spotlight! A diamond cocktail ring, crystal-sprayed sandals and a ruby-studded crown add extra sparkle to an already eye-catching design. 04 of 04 The Princess Bride Tim Rooke/Rex / Rex USA, Courtesy Reem Acra, Courtesy Manolo Blahnik, Courtesy Garrard, Courtesy Why It Works Classic as it is, this ballgown has a fresh feel thanks to an unadorned bodice and the addition of bold, bright accessories. It's enough to make any bride feel like a princess, whether or not she's marrying into royalty.