Lauren Conrad became popular after landing a role in the reality TV series Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County. She was then casted for the said show’s spin-off The Hills, which followed her and her friends’ lives. Lauren authored L.A. Candy and also created her own makeup and fashion lines. With the success that she had, she was ready to take her life to the next stage as she married William Tell. Get to know more about Lauren Conrad’s wedding details here.
Lauren Conrad tied the knot with then boyfriend William Tell on September 13, 2014 in the state of California. It took her several months to prepare her vows.
Her Badgley Mischka was embellished with beads. It was supposed to have long sleeves, but she changed her mind at the last minute and asked for the sleeves to be removed.
If you think that the train on her wedding dress looks long, well, you’re right. She had a 10-foot train wedding dress, which was inspired by a long-trained dress on one of her photo shoots.
The fashion designer didn’t just have one dress for her big day but got two. She changed to a sweetheart neckline, mermaid gown by Monique Lhuillier for her wedding reception.
The reality TV star wasn’t sure about wearing a headpiece for her wedding. On the big day itself, her stylist placed one on her head and she was solved!
Lauren and William had an apple theme wedding. She got the inspiration after finding a brass apple at a flea market. Moreover, William had the same name as the man who shot an apple placed on top of a boy’s head.
Lauren and her baker friend Hannah Skvarla worked together to prepare the apple pies that were served at the wedding reception.
The couple decided to go simple on their wedding cake. It was a two-tiered cake by A Sweet Savory bakery that was flavored vanilla-iced chocolate.
The guests were free to get one of the vintage handkerchiefs prepared for them prior to the wedding ceremony to help them wipe the happy tears.
The guests for the wedding stayed at a hotel near the wedding venue. They were welcomed with the gift bags the couple prepared that included sweet treats, wine, and snacks.