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Lauren Conrad Ties the Knot


by Jeanne Sutton
15th Sep 2014

Lauren and company modelling her bridesmaid designs for Martha Stewart Weddings

All the news we know so far…

Everyone but us is secretly marrying and announcing second pregnancies, it seems. September used to be associated with either school or cheap holidays but now celebrities are ripping up the rulebook and us news gals can’t keep up. Last Saturday Lauren Conrad, your former reality tv star BFF and now DIY maven, was the latest bride to make the headlines as she wed her lawyer fianc?, William Tell, in an intimate ceremony along the California coast, US Weekly reports. Close family and friends were in attendance and Lo Bosworth was a bridesmaid – who also told Cosmo in July the bachelorette party was in Mexico.

The happy couple, who we’re sending a big BASH congratulations to, met last year on a blind date on Valentine’s Day 2013 and seem totally in love and adorable on social media.

Lauren meanwhile has been surprisingly silent about the actual wedding on social media – her Instagram is usually a go-to for the latest on her gorgeous lifestyle. The 28-year-old did confirm her wedding party would be wearing her Paper Crown bridesmaid dresses (check out our gallery of the designs here) but so far the dress is a mystery. One clue might lie in her recent website post ?Wedding Bells: The Smart Girl’s Guide to Dress Shopping? where a lot of emphasis was placed on blooms so our money is on some sort of floral theme. Until Conrad confirms everything with a deluge of Instagram snaps we’re going to presume she gave hella side eye to the bridesmaid who asked the DJ to blare The Hills theme tune, Unwritten.

Jeanne Sutton @jeannedesutun

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