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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sally on

Jennifer is sure to stun in any dress she picks!!!

amy on

Too many times couples focus on the wedding and not the marriage. Hopefully this one works out.

Christine on

They’re both gorgeous but the second one is breathtakingly beautiful. #2 gets my vote.

meg on

neither of these seem like jen. She will probably be more of a beachy, effortless california bride. I’m thinking something a bit more whimsical

Mina on

Jen is known for her simple, clean, Calvin Klein-esque style. Neither dress works for her.

Jen would look best in a clean, floor length, close fitting white gown. No embellishments, capes, fishtails, etc.

Yvonne on

What does it matter? These people don’t take marriage seriously anyway. A wedding is just an excuse to throw a big party. Why don’t they write a check to the IRS and pay more taxes instead!

supercaligirl on

to Me, so sorry, but very tacky to call someone a troll because you do not agree with their point of view. Please be kind.

Me on

Please don’t go strapless! So sick of that trend!

Megan on

The title of this article is entirely misleading.

L. J. Beran on

I would like to see Jennifer in a 50’s style wedding gown, high lace neckline with diamond accents, clevege well covered with beaded bodice,puffed shoulders and long lace sleeves, a floor length princess style skirt, beaded with diamonds with their initials on a 15′ train and topped with a diaond studded tiara and trailing veil, the color should be a light ivory to reflect the diamond accents on the dress. She will make a beautiful bride no matter what she chooses, but the dresses above are not wedding dresses, they are formal ball gowns, and I wish this would go out of style quickly and go back to the romantic dresses of the 50’s and 60’s. Thank you.

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