Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Story image for wedding dress shopping from People Magazine

Megan Fox & Brian Austin Green's Wedding Photo Revealed!

People Magazine-Jul. 7, 2010
Yes, she wore a white wedding dress – and it was Armani! Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green were married in an intimate, sunset ceremony June 24 on the ...
Story image for wedding dress shopping from Marie Claire.co.uk

WEDDING PICS! Hilary Duff marries Mike Comrie

Marie Claire.co.uk-Aug. 16, 2010
The blushing bride wore a stunning Vera Wang gown– complete with long white train – to walk down the aisle, and was escorted by her mum and four ...
Story image for wedding dress shopping from People Magazine

Office Costar Calls Jenna Fischer's Wedding 'Beautiful'

People Magazine-Jul. 5, 2010
And according to Rainn Wilson, Fischer's costar on The Office, the nuptials went off without a hitch. “Went to the most beautiful wedding I've ever experienced,” ...
Story image for wedding dress shopping from Daily Mail

TV presenter couple Michael Underwood and Angellica Bell ...

Daily Mail-Dec. 29, 2010
... showbiz correspondent Underwood, 35, wore a Vivienne Westwood tartan suit while his bride, 34, looked stunning in a white Twenties-style wedding dress.

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