It's been a long, long road to the altar for Revenge's Emily and Daniel, but they're finally making it official. The two troubled lovebirds are set to walk down the aisle in an upcoming episode titled "Surrender" that will air in Australia next year. Sounds like some happy nuptials, right? We know this ends in Emily's watery doom (unless her inevitable bullet wounds are all a part of her grand plan), but let's not think about that yet; this wedding looks gorgeous. Click through to see all the pictures from start to finish!
With proposal season kicking off ahead of the holidays, it's easy to feel pressured to race to the altar. But why the rush? Lauren Conrad — who recently got engaged to William Tell — dishes her advice on this pressure to marry in the upcoming January issue of US Cosmopolitan. "You have the rest of your life to be married," Lauren said. "Enjoy falling in love. When girls get caught up in the timeline, it becomes more about the wedding than the marriage. You should be with someone with whom you could elope this weekend and be happy." Keep reading for more details on Lauren's engagement!
It's perhaps the single most important accessory you'll ever own — and probably the only one you will wear absolutely every day. Which is exactly why you should think with your head and your heart before falling head over heels for a diamond sparkler. There's no denying it — an engagement ring is a serious investment, and one you (and your man) should think carefully about before dropping any cash. And that's exactly why we brought in the big guns — bespoke jeweller and Australian diamond guru Cassandra Mamone.
Here, Cassandra set us straight on which of the four C's are most important, how to make sure you never get ripped off when buying a ring, the most common mistakes that people make and more engagement ring essentials. Take a look.
We watched her found a career in fashion and pal around with The Hills co-star Lauren Conrad; now, shortly after Lauren's engagement, Whitney Port is also ready to wed! That's right — Whitney and Tim Rosenman (an associate producer from The City) are making it official — and to celebrate the couple's engagement, we're going wedding dress shopping to find something perfect for Whitney's walk down the aisle. And with other betrothed beauties like Hilary Rhoda, Olivia Wilde, and Poppy Delevingne getting ready to wed, we figured we'd also help them get a head start on the planning by suggesting some gorgeous gowns that fit their personal style. See our picks for each blushing bride-to-be, and share your celeb suggestions in the comments!
— Additional reporting by Hannah Weil
Of all the many decisions you have to make about your nuptials, your hairstyle will be simple once you explore these numerous styling options. From the runways to the red carpet, we've rounded up our favourite wedding-ready looks. Whether you plan to wear flowers or a veil and regardless of "up" or "down," there's a style here for you. Jump to:
Just days after tying the knot with long-time boyfriend James Heerdegen, Christina Ricci shared photos of her gorgeous Givenchy Haute Couture wedding gown via Twitter. The dress, which was custom-made by designer Riccardo Tisci, featured white silk tulle Chantilly lace and satin piping and was embroidered with micropearls. Christina posed with her matching veil and floral bouquet in the social media snaps, adding, "I'm sorry I have to share what @riccardotisci made for me!! #iloveyouricky!"
Christina and James married in an intimate NYC ceremony on Saturday night after announcing their engagement in February. They met on the set of the former ABC series Pan Am. About making things official with James, Christina said earlier this year that "getting to say 'fiancé' instead of 'boyfriend'" was her favourite thing about being engaged, adding, "I can't wait for 'husband.'"
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have been engaged for a week, and after some initial celebrations, it's time to start planning! Kanye recently gave some hints about what to expect — "fighter jets" are one possibility — while Kim opened up about whether or not she'll officially become Mrs. West.
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Kelly Clarkson married Brandon Blackstock in a small ceremony in Blackberry Farms, Tennessee, on Sunday. Kelly, who wore a Temperley London gown for the big day, confirmed the news via social media, tweeting, "I'm officially Mrs. Blackstock :) We got married yesterday at Blackberry Farms in TN, the most beautiful place ever!" Wedding buzz began last week when Kelly told Access Hollywood that she and Brandon would be getting married "really soon." Days later, it was reported that the couple had obtained a marriage license in Sumner County, Tennessee, just north of Nashville.
Kelly and her fiancé dated for a year before getting engaged, and since Brandon proposed in December 2012, Kelly has made no bones about her plans to tie the knot as soon as possible. Though the singer began planning a backyard wedding earlier this year, she then "got so overwhelmed by it — all the decisions" and decided to elope instead, explaining, "We would rather have an intimate moment that's special." And after the wedding? "I want babies, like, right off the bat!" Kelly revealed in an interview earlier this month, adding, "I already told him that when we're past the wedding, I want a baby."
Congrats to Kelly and Brandon!