Recapping the hottest runway looks from the Columbus Weddings Show last month.

New York Fashion Week 2017 starts on Thursday, so we’re bringing you five days of posts in a fashion week of our very own. First up is Henri’s Cloud Nine, which put 13 distinctly different wedding gowns on our runway. Like one? Give Henri’s a call at 614-825-4495 and ask to schedule a fitting.

First up we have an Allure gown, style C363. A striking mermaid silhouette is complimented by beading and lace, with an English net flare at the bottom.

This Fiore Couture gown, style Candi, is a stunning ball gown in a vivid scarlet hue. An intricate beaded design enhances the color.

Lazaro No. 3608 features a voluminous, ethereal tulle and horsehair skirt with a pearl- and rhinestone-encrusted bodice. The model is wearing it in champagne, but it’s also available in ivory.

Prefer a fit-and-flare silhouette? Lazaro No. 3650 has a textured tulle skirt over cashmere chiffon (so it’s comfortable, too). A plunging V neckline, keyhole back and sheer torso give this gown a sexy edge.

Featuring Venice lace, Lazaro No. 3656 has a trumpet silhouette and a removable tulle overskirt that makes for a perfect transition from ceremony to reception.

Last up in the Lazaro line is No. 3662. It features an ivory (or champagne) silver shimmer tulle skirt that hits at the natural waist. The V neckline is present in the front and back.

If you were at the first fashion show of the weekend, you might have missed this Sherri Hill Couture No. 43835 gown. Dramatic illusion lace dalmation sleeves are the star of the show.

Another one for the nontraditional bride, this gold dropped-waist gown (Sherri Hill Couture No. 44248) has stunningly intricate beadwork and a slim skirt.

The high neckline and natural waist on this Sherri Hill Couture No. 44275 combine with delicate lace appliqués to create a classic, almost vintage feel.

Sherri Hill Couture No. 44287 is a slinky column dress with a dramatic sweetheart neckline and thin straps. Want to look like you’re walking the red carpet on your big day? Voila.

We envision Sherri Hill Couture No. 44288 equally well in a rustic barn or a dewy meadow. The loose, airy skirt is offset by a beaded diamond design on the bodice; an illusion plunging neckline keeps things modest.

The mermaid silhouette of this Ysa Makino 68921 gets a trendy boost from the feathery texture of its skirt. More drama is revealed in the bodice, which has a diamond pattern and lace appliqués with rhinestone accents.

Finally, we come to this Ysa Makino 68958X. A beaded bodice and column skirt are accentuated by a (non-removable) satiny smooth 3/4 overskirt.

Be sure to click through the slideshow at the top of this page for runway photos of these gowns, and check back tomorrow for another bridal salon feature!