It’s the moment that all the fashion enthusiasts out there have been waiting for: Paper Crown designer Lauren Conrad and her lawyer beau William Tell are married!
The happy couple tied the knot on Saturday in Santa Ynez, California, People magazine reports.
The pair chose to wed in an intimate ceremony along the coast, among close friends and family, and they couldn’t be happier.
“What a perfect way to start our lives together; surrounded by the people we love most,” the lovebirds told Us Weekly in a statement.
And while everyone is thrilled for the The Hills alum that she has found happiness, the question we all want to know is: What did she wear on her big day?
While no pictures have surfaced yet of the beauty in her wedding gown (we’re sure she’ll post something to Instagram soon because her social media is filled with pictures of her wedding preparations), she did previously hint that on her big day she wouldn’t be wearing anything too flashy.
“I usually go for ‘less is more,'” Conrad previously revealed to Martha Stewart Weddings. “But I gravitate toward larger skirts because there are so few occasions when you can wear one, so why not?” But she was not ruling anything out, saying, “I love tea-length wedding dresses.”
As for her nine bridesmaids, Conrad designed the dresses herself, and they are even available as part of her Paper Crown line.
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“I sent them all the different shapes and let them pick from two colors. I don’t mind if there are a few girls in the same dress, or if people are all in different ones,” she told Martha Stewart Weddings last month. “I think that weddings are about celebrating, and you want everyone to feel comfortable.”
Conrad and Tell have a beautiful love story: They were set up by friends in 2012 on a Valentine’s Day blind date and their relationship continued to blossom since their first meeting, leading them to get engaged last October — and now they’re married!
Congratulations to the couple on their big day!