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Admit it, you can’t wait to see photos from Lauren Conrad’s wedding to recent law school grad and former Something Corporate band member, WIlliam Tell. If it’s anything like her dream-like Instagram — which we’re trying to recreate! — it’s bound to be a beautiful day worthy of your Pinterest boards.

Now, if you really can’t wait for the big day, here’s something to hold your over: A look at Lauren’s line of bridesmaid dresses she designed for her clothing brand, Paper Crown.

They’re everything you would expect from a wedding collection for L.C. They’re ethereal, romantic, whimsical, totally re-wearable, and true to Lauren’s aesthetic. The line — which features 12 different looks in various lengths and styles — comes in an array of soft colors like blush, seafoam, and navy.

In our collection, we’re only doing a few dresses that aren’t long. We’re doing full-length, a couple midi, and then we have a couple to-the-knee,” Lauren explains. “We didn’t really go shorter than that because it doesn’t really feel appropriate, and if that’s what you want, then you can always shorten the dress.”


Some of the looks were modeled by both Lauren and five of her nine bridesmaids for the fall issue of Martha Stewart Weddings, where she revealed some of her own bridal party details. 

For starters, Lauren sent each of her bridesmaids rose-gold necklaces (courtesy of her Kohl’s jewelry team) — complete with a little diamond ring that mimics the one of her finger! — along with a will-you-be-my-bridesmaid card.

As for their bridesmaid dresses, Lauren made sure that each girl’s personality was captured in their respective frocks. “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,” says Lauren.

“It’s too difficult to take a group of girls and put them in the same color and silhouette; everyone has their own style,” she adds. “They’re all wearing the same two colors, so it’s all the same color scheme. I don’t think it needs to look too cohesive. They’re all individuals, so it’s nice that it doesn’t look too uniform.” Yeah, we knew we always liked this girl!

What do you think about Lauren’s collection of bridesmaid dresses? Sound off in the comments!

Source: Martha Stewart Weddings