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Everyone Chill, Lauren Conrad Has The Best Wedding Style Advice

We got this, wedding season.

Whew, where would we be without Lauren Conrad, y'all? The clothing-designer-turned-mini-Martha-Stewart-mogul recently tied the knot with William Tell, and after seeing the ceremony, we wanted to want to recreate the entire thing for ourselves (like, creepily so). From the bridesmaids dresses–which she designed, duh–to her custom Badgley Mischka gown, it's clear that LC is an expert on all-things fashion and weddings. Luckily, Lauren decided to share her wisdom with People mag while visiting Chicago, and let's just say we are all truly #blessed to have this LC info in our lives.

Lauren on bridesmaids wearing different dresses:

“I personally like long dresses. I definitely wouldn’t go too short and I think if you’re mixing, like a tea length and maxi, I probably wouldn’t go full maxi and a mini. Also, it depends on the venue.”

Lauren on making the maid of honor dress stand out:

"In our [Paper Crown] line, we have some pieces that have a little lace detailing up top and then we have a piece that has lace over the whole thing. For us, we say that as a maid of honor dress. So it’s something a little different but still the same materials, similar design. A little tweak, but not too different so it still sits nicely.”

Lauren on the mother of the bride and mother of the groom dresses:

“I know in my wedding, they both wanted their dresses to sit well with the color scheme. My mother wore blush and my mother-in-law wore a champagne color. I remember my mother-in-law told me, when she was picking out the dress, she said, ‘I know my job. Show up, shut up and wear beige.’ She’s awesome. It’s fun to include them so when you’re taking photos, it wont be like everyone is in neutral and then one person is in hot pink.”

Lauren on wedding favors:

“One of my favorite things about the wedding were the favors. They were amazing. Martha Stewart Weddings was kind enough to work with us on. They really took the time to make it specific to us. We did a sort of game night theme so it was a really cute little wooden box with cards that we had made to match our invitations, little candies, a little pencil and pad to keep score, with game rules. We’re also really nerdy so we did little puns. We renamed card games, like ‘Crazy Eights,’ was, ‘Crazy Love.'”