Wednesday, December 23, 2009

People's most talked about weddings 18-13

More of People's most talked-about weddings. Fire up your, uh, interest, and get a load of 18.

He's known for his jokes, but on the weekend of Aug. 7, Cheech Marin was seriously dapper in Armani when he wed pianist Natasha Rubin at their Malibu home in a sunset ceremony. While an Amy Michaelson-clad Rubin entered to the traditional "Wedding March," the groom walked down the aisle to the Cheech & Chong hit "Earache My Eye."

While she looks a bit young for Cheech, they look happy together, and I'll bet he's young at heart. I like grooms in white for some reason.

During a sunset ceremony in the backyard of their Spanish-style Beverly Hills home, Resident Evil actress Milla Jovovich and director Paul W.S. Anderson tied the knot on Aug. 22. The bride (in Temperley London's Bridal Collection) and groom exchanged 18k gold wedding bands – which they bought from Neil Lane only a day before the wedding.

Milla Jovovich is so pretty. Remember her brief folk music career? She looks beautiful and relaxed, and his khaki linen suit fits her style.

Setting off her signature red hair perfectly, Mad Men star Christina Hendricks glowed in a Carolina Herrera ivory fils coupe gown for her Oct. 11 wedding to Geoffrey Arend. The couple said their vows at New York's Il Buco restaurant, exchanging platinum Tacori wedding rings. "The rings are simple and lovely – so much like Christina and Geoffrey," said Tacori rep Michelle Chila.

I love Christina Hendricks - she's so gorgeous and feminine. He looks really aloof. What's his problem? He reminds me of a cross between Jeff Goldblum and Jemaine from Flight of the Conchords.

It was one love for Roger Federer this year, who married his longtime girlfriend, former WTA tennis player Miroslava "Mirka" Vavrinec in Basel, Switzerland, on April 11. "It was a beautiful spring day and an incredibly joyous occasion," Federer wrote on his blog.

Hey, good for them, whoever they are.

Surrounded by family, friends and her High School Musical costars, KayCee Stroh said "I do" on Jan. 9 to Ben Higginson, who owns a video production company. To ward against the freezing Salt Lake City weather, the bride wrapped a burgundy velvet cape around her custom-designed Godavari Dupion Silk wedding gown by Sottero and Midgley.

High School Musical is like Twilight - it's one of those pop culture sensations that I completely missed. I'm going to be kind of harsh and say that big girls shouldn't wear capes. I have nothing nice to say about this photo.

Sheathed in an ivory silk Jenny Packham gown – bedecked with more than 800,000 Swarovski crystals – the My Name Is Earl star married entertainment lawyer Simran Singh on Sept. 26. The pair said their vows in an oceanfront Malibu ceremony, after which the Emmy-winning actress changed into a '40s-style cocktail gown for the reception.

Jaime Pressly might be a nice person, but she does such a good job at playing a white-trash bitch, that I assume she is one. But she looks lovely here. I especially like her fluffy bouquet.

More fascinating celebrity wedding photos tomorrow (I'm sorry, it's the end of the year...I'm trying, okay?)


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