Friday, December 25, 2009

People's most talked about weddings 7-1

Okay, fine, MERRY CHRISTMAS! I hope Santa brought you everything your heart desires. Now let's finish out this painfully long list before I lose your interest completely.

They first married in a surprise Valentine's Day wedding in Paris's City Hall. But a few months later, Salma Hayek and billionaire François-Henri Pinault wed on April 25 in a fairy tale wedding in Venice. The bride wore a Balenciaga wedding gown by Nicolas Ghesquiere and the couple were serenaded with "Over the Rainbow" by their guests, which included Bono, Penélope Cruz and their daughter Valentina, who was a flower girl.

The flowers are gorgeous - I love the arrangements where the flowers are suspended in vases. Salma Hayek is beautiful too, of course, and her dress has been perfectly chosen to compliment her shape.

Following a joint bachelor-bachelorette party, Josh Duhamel and Fergie – clad in Dolce & Gabbana – tied the knot Jan. 10 at Church Estates Vineyards in Malibu. After guests left the bash, memories of the celebration were made to last: The couple sent their wedding invitations after the event. Created by Lehr & Black, the invites included a caricature of the pair fishing. "Josh has a love for art," says invitationer Ellen Black, "and viewed it as giving away of piece of art."

Haha, oh NO Josh, that silly drawing is not art, but it's cute that you think it is. You know what's not cute? Cheating with a stripper a few months after your wedding. Remember when Fergie was just Stacy Ferguson from KIDS Incorporated? I do. I still can't believe what she's done to herself to have fame. Two words METH FACE. Okay, it's Christmas, so I'll say something charitable...nope, I can't do it. I can only picture her peeing her pants on stage. Sorry, Fergie. Oh, she was polite when I met her when I was about 8. So I'll give her that.

Gorgeous in a Vera Wang Chantilly lace gown, Heroes star Ali Larter wed longtime beau, actor Hayes MacArthur, on Aug. 1 at his family's estate in Kennebunkport, Maine. The couple exchanged vows under a canopy of trees, decorated with purple, pink and white flowers, which matched the bride's understated bouquet. "I feel lucky every morning when I wake up and see him," Larter has said.

She's so boring, but her wedding was beautiful. Those trees are the best part of this photo. Maine always sounds interesting to me - it's seems far away and exotic compared to Southern California. The pink and white petals look so nice against the green grass.

In a white R-Mine dress adorned with thousands of crystals, reality star Kendra Wilkinson went from Girl Next Door to Bride Next Door on June 27, marrying pro football star Hank Baskett at the Playboy Mansion. While the bride and groom shared a first dance to George Strait's "I Cross My Heart," Wilkinson saved her second dance for ex-boyfriend Hugh Hefner.

I'm embarrassed to admit that I watched the Girls Next Door. I kind of loved those girls during their crazy antics and then I would remember that they were dating a dinosaur and I would get creeped out and change the channel. Good for her for marrying someone closer to her age.

After eloping in Mexico, Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt decided to get married again, this time in California – and for the Hills cameras. After exchanging vows before 200 friends on April 25, Montag changed out of her Monique Lhuillier gown for their reception at Social Hollywood.

Her ugly face and his gross flesh-colored beard will not be gracing this blog again. Sorry if I scared you. They're kind of funny with their desperate fame-whoreing though, and I like how Spencer throws feeble shots at anyone who doesn't like them in an attempt to further the attention. I suggest intensive therapy, a razor, and a reversal of plastic surgery for her.

G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra star Channing Tatum traded his fatigues for Giorgio Armani on July 11, when he tied the knot with Step Up costar Jenna Dewan, who wore a dreamy peach-and-ivory Reem Acra gown. Tatum's take on the newlywed life? "It's pretty much the same as I've felt every day since I met her – and that's just about perfect."

I don't have the slightest clue who these people are, but I love her fluffy dress! It's so pretty.

It was a charmed wedding, indeed, when Alyssa Milano (clad in a custom Vera Wang gown and Maria Elena headpiece) said "I do" to agent David Bugliari at his family's New Jersey estate on Aug. 15. Dinner was served family-style on farmhouse tables because, as Milano says, "My Italian family still eats Sunday dinner together every week. We wanted to capture the same feeling with people passing around beautiful bowls of food and talking and laughing."

It's weird how there's still an interest in Alyssa Milano even though she hasn't really done anything in ages. I still don't get why she has captivated so many people. She does look incredibly beautiful and perfect in this photo - her dress is lovely. He looks nice in a white on white tie and shirt. An Italian Jersey farmhouse wedding sounds like something out of a TV show that the Italian Defamation League would complain about, but since it's Alyssa Milano's wedding I'm sure it was perfectly manicured and exquisitely detailed.

Well, that's the end to this painfully long list. Thanks for sticking it out. I hope you're enjoying some quality family time today...don't worry, it will all be over soon.



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