Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel[Photo Credit: People]
Ashlee Simpson and Pete Wentz wedding photos[Photo Credit: People]
Matthew McConaughey and Camila Alves[Photo Credit: People]
Renee Zellweger and Kenny Chesney[Photo Credit: People]
Fergie and Josh Duhamel[Photo Credit: Us Weekly]
Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise[Photo Credit: People]
Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom wedding[Photo Credit: OK!]
Robbie Williams Wedding[Photo Credit: Hello]
Valerie Bertinelli Wedding[Photo Credit: People]
Elizabeth Taylor Wedding[Photo Credit: People]
As Kim Kardashian and Kanye West embark on their new life as a married couple we’re being forced to wait patiently for photos from their big day. Instagram has already been flooded with pre-wedding snapshots of Yeezy’s deep v-neck and Khloe’s Versailles modeling, but a look at Kim in a white dress may be harder to come by.
In our world of constant celebrity coverage, we’ve been lucky enough to go inside weddings of the stars. Social media helps, but celebrity photos in major publications have become their own business, with well-known titles throwing out large sums for exclusive looks of your favorite actor/musician/reality star saying “I do.” The process is relatively simple. Typically, the celeb and his or her partner are splashed on a glossy cover, with a bright smile that can only signify a lifetime of happiness. And sometimes they bring their bulldog. From Justin Timberlake literally jumping for joy on People — only to leave his bride, Jessica Biel, by herself in the corner — to Michael Jackson crashing the newlywed photo opp of Elizabeth Taylor and Larry Fortensky, check out some of the more awkward celebrity wedding photos in recent memory. And a word of warning to Kim and Kanye: Please, do not try any of these at home and/or across Europe in the next 48 hours. Thanks and congrats!
[Photo Credit: People]
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