This weekend was a popular one for marriage as four separate celeb couples spent Saturday marching down the aisle. Here now is a quick peek at the star-studded ceremonies that, sadly, none of us were invited to!
Emily Blunt and John Krasinski wed in an outdoor ceremony in Lake Como, Italy, where they had been hiding out the week prior at George Clooney's estate. Emily wore a custom cream chiffon Marchesa gown and we're sure she looked beautiful—just as John probably looked downright adorable in his formal wear! We know that Sir Clooney was there with Elisabetta Canalis, but we're not sure how many other celebs were in attendance at the small, private affair. We're assuming that Anne Hathaway was in attendance, since she's the one who introduced Emily and John.
Carrie Underwood and Mike Fisher tied the knot at The Ritz-Carlton Lodge, Reynolds Plantation in Greensboro, Georgia. The night before the wedding, Carrie and Mike put on a fireworks display for their guests, including country couple Faith Hill and Tim McGraw, as well as the three original American Idol judges, Simon Cowell, Paula Abdul and Randy Jackson. On Sunday morning, the newlyweds flew back to Los Angeles to board a plane bound for their secret honeymoon location.
After a nearly six-year engagement, Lala Vazquez and Carmelo Anthony finally got married. The actress/former MTV VJ wore a Vera Wang gown when she wed the Denver Nuggets star at New York City restaurant Cipriani in front of over 300 guests, including Lala's BFF Kim Kardashian, Spike Lee and Serena Williams. Nearly upstaging the beautiful bride was guest LeBron James, whose appearance caught the attention of reporters and angry Knicks fans outside. 5 Favorite Good-Guy Pro Athletes
Instead of a flashy hotspot or hot tourist town, Martin Lawrence chose his own home's backyard as the location to marry his girlfriend of 14 years, Shamicka Gibbs. The two tied the knot in front of 120 guests, including Denzel Washington, Eddie Murphy and Barry Bonds. At the family-style reception, guests dined at two tables made into an X shape so that they could intimately chat and rave about how good the crab cakes were.
Scoop: Usmagazine.com, RadarOnline, People.com. Photo: Johnny Nunez/WireImage.com.