Nikki Reed's Wedding Won't Be Twilight Themed
People Magazine-Oct. 10, 2011
The Breaking Dawn star says they're planning a small affair, but won't reveal any wedding dress details because she says her fiancé is “super traditional and he ...
An Eye That Brides Rely On
New York Times-Apr. 13, 2011
Mr. Ingram, 52, opened his couture bridal shop in 2002 after accumulating 20 years of experience in ... The price tag: Our dresses range from $4,000 to $20,000.
'Breaking Dawn' Wedding Scene Revealed (Video)
Hollywood Reporter-Jun. 2, 2011
Twilight fans have gotten an early treat: A new clip of the wedding between ... Bella's wedding dress appears to be long-sleeved and fitted at the top; blue and ...
Is John Cleese about to walk down the aisle for a 4th time?
Mirror.co.uk-Apr. 17, 2011
After 3 divorces and £15m payouts to exes, Cleese shops for bridalwear with new ... shopping for what looked worryingly like a wedding dress with his latest love ...
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