Reem Acra Designs Dream Wedding Dresses for Jennifer Aniston

08/15/2012 at 09:00 AM ET

Jennifer Aniston Wedding Dresses Courtesy Reem Acra; Inset: Sipa

We’ve already discussed Jennifer Aniston‘s potential wedding gown silhouettes, but designer Reem Acra took the conversation a step further this week, designing fantastically gorgeous (and hypothetical) gowns for the newly minted bride-to-be.

Acra, who’s designed wedding gowns for stars like LeAnn Rimes and Jenna Dewan-Tatum, sketched two dresses for Aniston at PEOPLE’s request: one more princess-like, fitted to the waist and finished with an elaborate skirt (left), and another that’s glimmering and form-fitting with a complementary veil (right).

When Aniston married Brad Pitt in 2000, the actress went somewhat simple, choosing a form-fitting, beaded gown by designer Lawrence Steele. She kept the touches — a veil and jewelry — traditional.

The designer calls the actress “the epitome of effortless beauty” — and we know she’d look even more beautiful in either of these elegant gowns. Tell us: What do you think of these sketches? And what do you envision Aniston wearing on her wedding day? 


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Sarah on

I hope Jennie goes GLAM for her & Justin’s wedding!

I hope Justin looks clean and mature for their wedding. No biker garb nor sneakers!

Lots of love to them!

Now, are babies on the horizon?!? ;-)

ladyofargonne on

She will look beautiful in anything. And I’m not anti tattoo but after a while a woman can look like an old coloring book. Jen has more sense. Best Wishes!

Guest on

I don’t think Jennifer would wear either of these dresses. I could see her in something much more simple and relaxed and flowy. She doesn’t strike me as the princess ballgown or stiff frilly type.

Tbone on

something tells me Aniston will pick clean smooth classy lines – wonder why? Because that is what she wears. If nothing else so almost always looks great. I may have seen once or twice where it was too much but not in comparison to the rest of hollywood. Especially because she is in her 40s and it is her second marriage…those dresses would be surprising picks.

Sara on

Too over the top for Jen’s taste. But nice dresses.

Nicole on

I think Jennifer is a more ‘simple’ woman, and I definitely doubt that she would choose something similar to that Princess one.
She always looks fantastic, and not over the top “on the red carpet.”

cheri on

I agree with several other posters here, neither of these dresses seem like they are Jen’s personality, but what the heck do I know?
I would have thought Jen would go for classical, form fitting, elegant and non fussy…….yet very subtly sexy too….

Jen seems like a non fussy person to me.

Ronda Reed on

The last marriage was a straight, simple, princess line gown–I don’t recall elaborate beading. However, I think she would look better in a mermaid form fitting gown–PLEASE, no strapless gown!!! I think the wedding/bridal gown should stay formal with perhaps a cap sleeve, and the veil be simple with embroideries and some beading along the edges. The bottom of the skirt could be adorned with lace, beading, etc. Shic, simple, some detailed pleating at the waistline would be extremely gorgeous. A bride should look like a bride, not a ball gown going to some party. This is her life party, if you will. I think simple, stately lines in her design of bridal attire will serve very well.

Jan on

Way too fussy!

Crystal on

As I have been demeaned for my comments, let me defend myself. I did not mean she had a big poufy dress at her first wedding, just “the big dress” as in fancy over the top. Which a form fitted dress can be. I got married in a nice dress that cost $300 and I have been married, happily I might add, for 19 years. I had two friends who got married when I did who spent way too much on their weddings and spent nothing on their marriages. And I don’t mean money. They are both divorced and bitter. I am not bitter. I merely commented that I thought she should worry about the marriage more than the wedding. I don’t see why this should be a controversial statement. Perhaps, instead of being so concerned with Jennifer Aniston, you all should look in the mirror and see why you are so mean spirited. Just a thought.

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