Yesterday I picked up the copy of Us magazine just so I could see the pictures of Lauren Conrad’s wedding to William Tell. The story of their proposal is pure Hollywood romance. Lauren found a brass apple weeks before the proposal in an antique store. Fun fact: 14-century marksman William Tell split an apple atop his son’s head with a crossbow. Because of the medieval story behind her beau’s name, this made total sense. Lauren says in the issue that it’s important to “have things in our home that is meaningful” and before long she has a little collection of apples.
The entrepreneur had a “rustic-chic ceremony” on the California coastline, with family and friends including her BFF Lo Bosworth. Us says the wedding had “countless Pinterest-worthy personal touches like vintage hankies and homemade apple pie”.
My favorite aspect of the wedding was her dress. It was obvious that her dress would be amazing and she didn’t disappoint. Designed by Mark Badgley and James Mischka, her Chantilly lace gown was glamorous, classic, and simple. Crystals, pearls, and baby glass beads dusted the dress and were scattered all the way down her 10-foot train.
The couple made their way down the isle post-kiss to legendary Beatles’ song “Two of Us” atop scattered eucalyptus leaves. I could go on and on, but you just have to read the article yourself. Go out and pick it up today!
Now, I need to have my own…