CELEBRITY WEDDING FLASH 2012

21 Dec

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In a fairytale wedding at her father’s country home,Peaches Geldof finished off her fairytale by marrying musician Thomas Cohen in her custom-made lace Alberta Ferretti wedding dress. The socialite topped the look off with a daisy head wreath that fixed her veil in place and complemented the theme of the rural wedding.

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Anne Hathaway was a vintage-vision as she wed actor Adam Schulman in a custom-made gown by friend and designer Valentino. Looking stunning the off-the-shoulder creation with swathes of chiffon painted in pink at its hem Anne kept her overall beauty look simple. With no jewellery or hair extensions the actress kept and complemented the cropped pixie style she adopted for Les Miserables witha Twenties-inspired headband and a flowing veil.

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No expenses were spared at the £3 million wedding of Holly Valance and billionaire Nick Candy. Certaintly not on the dress at least with Stricly Come Dancing sweetheart Holly looking enchanting in her cascading £35,000 J’Aton dress complete with an extravagant train.

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Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake wed in the idyllic Italian province of Pugali this October. Boasting crystal clear waters, picture-postcard views and an architectural landscape only the Italians could have mastered, the resort of Borgo Egnazia is the dream setting for a wedding of A-list celebrity credential

The bride went against the traditionally worn white dress for her special day, opting instead for beautiful pink custom made creation by Italian designer Giambattista Valli. She matched the colour of her dress with petal pink lips, whilst keeping her eye-make up subtle with a glowing bronze shadow that widened and defined the brunette’s gorgeous gaze

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The couture Elie Saab creation worn by Princess Stephanie of Luxembourg on her wedding day featured a train of 13ft emelished with 50,000 pearls and silver thread. It’s not surprising then that the overall dress took a total of 3,900 hours to make – 700 with the seamstress and an extraordinary 3,200 for the embroidery. The leaf motif of the dress complemented the design of the glistening Altenloh de Bruxelles tiara which has been passed down by her family since 1878
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