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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Kulani on

Show of hands…….. who actually thinks this will happen?

Laura on

This is her second marriage, I highly doubt she is going to have another two million dollar wedding. These dresses are too over the top. Even her first wedding gown was simple, yet elegant. NO and NO to these dresses.

Amy on

Since she’s done the frou frou already maybe something simple and elegant.

Shea on

uh, no.

flowerescent on

I can’t see her in either one. The left with all the floral roses attached – no way! Too much fluff and froo-froo. Definitely not Jennifer! The right maybe but not with a striped veil. My wedding dress was from Reem Acra…she specializes in very intricate beading and embroidery, both done by hand. I am disappointed with the designs they sketched. Looks like they just slapped together something to give PEOPLE and the public. I see Jen in a more contemporary, form-fitting strapless, definitely without too much fluff, simple, something “refreshing” for this wedding to display how she feels with Justin, something effortless with a touch of sophistication and elegance. And I agree with another poster…Advice…I think she should focus not so much on the wedding and more on what’s important. Many fall victim (including myself). Next time around I will do the same.

Comeonpeople on

you guys have to stop doing this to Jen seriously, smh

Kendra on

The one to the right is more Jen’s style. She’ll wear something modern and with clean lines like her usual style. She doesn’t wear a lot of embellishments. Who knows? Maybe she’ll surprise all of us. I can’t see her getting married anytime soon. She’ll be like the Jolie-Pitts and Dax Shepherd and Kristen Bell and be engaged forever.

flowerescent on

I know that Reem Acra did this at the request for PEOPLE magazine to publish. But number one rule in design is “Know your Client!” This is definitely not Jennifer……forgot to add that in my last post.

Kali on

Both of the dresses are exquisite. The one on the left is a bit more my style, but then I’m me and Jen is Jen. I can’t wait to see what she really wears!

D on

These do not look like her style at all… hope she sticks with something simple and effortless. Maybe even a soft color??

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