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Lauren Conrad's First Wedding Dress Photos Have Arrived

The theme was "rustic chic." Is anyone surprised?

Lauren Conrad wed William Tell (of Something Corporate fame) over the weekend, and we've been clamoring to see pictures of their nuptials ever since. Luckily Us Weekly, which got an exclusive on coverage, released photos of Conrad's dress and details of the ceremony this morning. 

Conrad wore a sleeveless, lacy dress and a long simple veil. Her hair was parted in the center with beachy waves (maybe she used this tutorial?) and her veil was secured with a rhinestone barrette at the top of her head. 

As for the ceremony, Us describes it as "rustic-chic" with "countless Pinterest-worthy personal touches like vintage hankies and homemade apple pie." Did she get those tips off Preserve? Probably not. Conrad worked with wedding planner Cassandra Herschenfeld, who was also a bridesmaid, on the event.

Interestingly, Us lists only Lo Bosworth as a person of note who attended. Somewhere, Heidi Montag is crying herself to sleep. 

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UPDATE: We've learned that Badgley Mischka designed Conrad's wedding dress. Of the collaboration the designers Mark Badgley and James Mischka said, "We were delighted when Lauren asked if we would design her wedding gown. Lauren embodies a young, modern, and sophisticated style that is the type of woman we love to design for. She wanted a simple and classic yet glamorous gown which paired perfectly with the Old Hollywood element we love to put in each of our designs."

Conrad also chimed in, "I was so thrilled to have Mark and James work on my dress. Not only have I been a longtime fan of their designs and aesthetic, they are also the nicest guys. They were so sweet and made the process really enjoyable. I love my dress."

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