Celebrity Wedding Advice


Michelle Obama: Invite Who You Want To Invite

Michelle Obama was asked by “Good Morning America” in 2011 if she had any words of wisdom for the soon-to-be-married Kate Middleton and Prince William. “Just like any couple, they should invite who they want to invite to their wedding,” she said. “This is a personal, private thing.” And also she added that: “Go on a great honeymoon!” Michelle and Barack Obama were married in 1992.

Carrie Underwood: Slow Down

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.” Underwoodmarried hockey player Mike Fisher in 2010.

Claire Danes: Take A Sleeping Pill

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.



 Tori Spelling: Be Careful Of Interfering Families

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.

Niecy Nash: Don’t Let The Wedding Get Too Big

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.




Jenna Bush-Hager: Keep It Private And Small

A few weeks after she married businessman Henry Hager in 2008, Jenna Bush-Hager stopped by the Ellen DeGeneres Show and told DeGeneres that her best advice is to keep the wedding private. “To us, it was a really special day to be with family,” she said. She also advised DeGeneres, who married DeRossi later that year, to limit the guest list. “I definitely didn’t want to introduce myself to somebody at my own wedding.”



Khloe Kardashian: Take A Few Minutes To Yourselves

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.”


Jenni “JWoww” Farley: Give A Classy Toast

“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.




Source: huffingtonpost

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