First Photos! Angelina's Wedding Dress. What's With All the Doodles?
The children of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt played a big role in their wedding, including designing mom's dress and baking the cake. INSIDE EDITION has the details.
The bride wore doodles. In the first look at Angelina Jolie’s wedding dress it was covered with her children's drawings!
The wedding photos appear exclusively on the covers of the latest issues of Hello and People magazines.
Images of monsters, self portraits and the words “Ma Famille,” which is French for my family appeared on the dress.
Jolie told Hello, “I wanted the kids to be a part of everything including the dress because that's our family.”
Jamie Miles of TheKnot.com told INSIDE EDITION, “This is her way of saying ‘Yes, I’m a bride. Yes, I want to look beautiful but my family is important to me on my wedding day and always.’”
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The dress was designed by Donatella Versace. No word on the cost yet, but all that hand embroidery can't have been cheap!
INSIDE EDITION is learning more details about the ceremony. There was no music, instead, Brad and the kids hummed "Here Comes the Bride" as Jolie walked down the aisle.
Ten-year-old Pax even baked the wedding cake.
Wedding bells chimed across the U.S.A. this holiday weekend.
Ashlee Simpson married Evan Ross, Diana Ross’ son on Diana’s estate in Greenwich, Connecticut.
In Miami, actress Gabrielle Union wed basketball star Dwayne Wade. She glowed in a strapless couture gown by Dennis Basso.
Jenny McCarthy and Donnie Wahlberg tied the knot in St. Charles, Illinois. Surprisingly, Donnie’s brother, Mark, was not there.
Some reports suggest Mark does not approve of McCarthy, but he did send a congratulatory video message, explaining he was busy celebrating his daughter's birthday.
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