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Diamond eternity band purchased
from jeweler Harry Winston, was the
choice of Ben Affleck to present to
then new bride Jennifer Garner.
This year will prove to be the year of the celebrity weddings with Angelina Jolie and Drew Barrymore saying goodbye
to a life of being single and instead, walking down the aisle.
Knightley married
rocker Righton in an
intimate ceremony in
France on May 4. She
wore a short tulle dress
and flats.
Keira Knightley &
James Righton
Drew Barrymore Wedding
Drew Barrymore and Will
Kopelman Married

A beaming Barrymore tied the knot
on June 2, 2012 with her fiancé of
five months, Kopelman, at her
Montecito, Calif., home. She gave
birth to the couple's first child,
daughter Olive, on Sept. 26. The
couple shared their wedding
photos in People magazine.
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Applegate and LeNoble tied
the knot on Feb. 23 in a
private ceremony after
dating for five years. The
couple have a daughter
Sadie, 2.
Christina Applegate &
Martyn LeNoble
Winslet married her
third husband,
Rocknroll, in early Dec.
2012 in New York,
saying "I do" at an
intimate ceremony.
Kate Winslet and
Ned Rocknroll
The longtime loves tied
the knot at Zach Braff's
home in Los Angeles,
Calif., on Dec. 15.
Cobb's former boss
and BFF Jessica
Simpson looked
gorgeous as a
bridesmaid.
Donald Faison
and CaCee Cobb
The "X Factor" host,
39, married his
girlfriend of four years,
Courtney Mazza, 29, on
Dec. 1 in a beach
wedding in Punta
Minto, Mexico.
Mario Lopez and
Courtney Mazza
The "30 Rock" actor,
54, and his bride, 28,
tied the knot on June
30, 2012 in a New York
City church in front of
guests including Tina
Fey and Woody Allen.
Alec Baldwin and
Hilaria Thomas
Carrie Underwood's wedding advice?
Don't rush. "My advice is just take it
easy," she told Extra TV, when asked
about Miley Cyrus' engagement to
Liam Hemsworth. "If you can be
engaged for a while, I'm sure that's
really nice. Plan everything slow and
take your first couple of years to just
really hang out together and enjoy it."
Underwood married hockey player
Mike Fisher in 2010.
Carrie Underwood: Slow Down
Claire Danes offered up her best advice to
Anne Hathaway and Adam Shulman before
they married in September 2012: “Take a
sleeping pill the night before the wedding,”
she said, according to NY Mag. “Because I
could not sleep. Nobody can sleep. You’re
so ‘adrenalized.’ So get a little help." Danes
married Hugh Dancy in 2009.
Claire Danes: Take A Sleeping Pill
Tori Spelling and husband of
six years Dean McDermott
helped plan other couples'
weddings on their reality
show "sTORIbook
Weddings." Spelling revealed
to Yahoo! that one of the
biggest problems she noticed
was interference from
families. "Brides were being
influenced by family and
friends a lot, and they all
were trying to figure out how
to have their dreams. They
didn't know quite how to
manage their family and their
bridesmaids because
everyone wanted what they
wanted," she said.
Tori Spelling: Be Careful
Of Interfering Families
Actress and host Niecy Nash married her
second husband, Jay Tucker, in 2011, and
told Zap2It her best advice is to remember
the lessons of "Sex and the City." "'Sex and
the City' was the truth. You never want to
let the wedding get bigger than the
relationship," she said.
Niecy Nash: Don't Let The wedding
Get Too Big
Khloe Kardashian married Lamar Odom in
2009, and she offered her best wedding
advice to Mario Lopez before his
December 2012 nuptials to Courtney
Mazza. "You and your partner should take
a few minutes to yourselves and just watch
the whole thing from the audience,"
Kardashian told People. "[My husband]
Lamar and I will now talk about those little
moments, because you get
pulled away from each other. You shouldn't
spend your whole wedding not with each
other."
Khloe Kardashian: Take A Few
Minutes To Yourselves
"Jersey Shore's" JWoww hasn't yet tied the
knot with fiance Roger Mathews, but she
still has some wedding advice! She took to
her blog to share her tips for how to give a
wedding toast. Her rules: Be specific, stay
sober, remember that it's not about you,
keep it short, and don't forget to actually
toast at the end.
Jenni "JWoww" Farley: Give A
Classy Toast
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