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10:30 am - 12/20/2012

Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively's wedding photos are totally boring - surprise!

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Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds are no strangers to a sea of cameras aimed at them. But when they decided to marry, they wanted to celebrate in privacy—and in style. And while they remain protective of images of them on their most heartfelt occasion, they graciously let us share pictures of the elements we created together.

Blake's cloudlike silk tulle gown featured a fitted bodice, illusion crystal beading on the shoulders, and rose-gold embroidery. Jeweler Lorraine Schwartz forged Ryan and Blake's wedding bands.



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Weddings' style director Kate Berry created Blake Lively's lush bouquet of pink jasmine, andromeda, dusty miller, and blushing bride hydrangea. She dipped select petals in subtle rose-gold glitter to play up the embroidery of the same color on the bride's couture ballgown by Marchesa.

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Mini strawberry shortcakes by Caviar & Bananas in Charleston.

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Various pates de fruits from La Maison du Chocolat tempted guests.

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Another dessert table option was tiny lemon tartlets with meringue toppings by Caviar & Bananas in Charleston.

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Guests enjoyed blueberry cheesecake tartlets by Caviar & Bananas in Charleston.

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Gold foil cupcake liners held coffee-and-cream espresso beans from Nuts.com.

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On the dessert table, s'mores bars by Bakehouse Charleston were contained in pretty wrappers.

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An avid cook, crafter, and baker, Blake envisioned an abundant dessert table overflowing with their favorite treats. The focal point was their vanilla-and-sour-cream wedding cake with peach-apricot preserves and Earl Grey-milk chocolate buttercream made by Maggie Austin Cake in Alexandria, Virginia.

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amazingtime 20th-Dec-2012 06:47 pm (UTC)
omg i have no fucking idea.

i work at my school's office and i've seen a few thesis and holy shit i don't even know how that person made it that far, especially when you see people actually designing machines and systems (hell even toys and furniture) that are actually helpful.
bbbitchface 20th-Dec-2012 06:52 pm (UTC)
haha I'll NEVER understand how uni will admit certain people. I studied journalism and there was this Korean girl that spoke NO english and was just like sitting next to me, taking the same exams. She actually lasted for two terms til we started learning shorthand and she switched over to Broadcast. It pissed me off, it like discredits you getting into the course, you know??
rinmonsterer 20th-Dec-2012 09:05 pm (UTC)
There's a guy in my year at philosophy who I suspect the faculty admitted as a joke. He's got intelligence and comprehension skills of a 7 y/o and when I think I was the last one on my admittance list and he's already in third year, I get ragey.
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