Proof Lauren Conrad’s Wedding Photos Are Her Pinterest Dreams Come True — PHOTOS

BEVERLY HILLS, CA - SEPTEMBER 25: Television personality and fashion designer Lauren Conrad attends BlueAvocado's launch for XO(eco) collection designed by Lauren Conrad at Bouchon on September 25, 2013 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Christopher Polk/Getty Images for Lauren Conrad 2013 XO(eco) By BlueAvocado)
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If you're in the mood to drool all over your computer, you're in luck. Lauren Conrad's wedding album has finally been unveiled (pun totally intended), and it's even more incredible than expected. The pictures of her nuptials to law school graduate and former Something Corporate band member William Tell, which had a "rustic charm" theme, are enough to make everyone bow down forever (and ever and ever and then some). Conrad put her experience running a "lovely and chic" lifestyle site to use, creating a unique experience for all of her guests, and the thousands of people who are currently obsessing over every last one of her photos.

For everyone who’s a fan of Laguna Beach and The Hills, this moment has been a long time coming for LC. We watched her go through heartache with Stephen Colletti, make bad decisions with Jason Wahler (#thegirlwhodidntgotoparis), and have her "will they or won't they" moments with Brody Jenner. When she finally found her perfect match, it was like the stars had aligned… to give us the most Pinterest-y wedding in existence, obviously. Conrad's Pinterest board, titled "Wedding Bells," steadily filled up with inspiration throughout her engagement, but did her real wedding measure up to her original ideas? Let’s check it out. 

The bridesmaid's dresses

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Lauren pinned quite a few options for her bridesmaid's dresses, and they all hovered around one common theme: a gorgeous blush color. It looks like this idea made the cut, because her side of the wedding party looked absolutely fabulous in the super feminine shade. 

A fun veil & hairpiece 

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LC ended up going with the delicate, sparkly stunner pictured above for her wedding day, and attached it to a flowing veil. If you take a look at her Pinterest board, you'll see she was planning on having something fun in her hair all along. She didn't end up going with the many floral choices she pinned, but the diamond-encrusted one she finally went with was perfection.

Green & white floral arrangements

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It seems like LC knew exactly which kind of flowers she wanted from the beginning, pinning bouquets and other floral arrangements in shades of white and green. She had flowers following the color scheme all over her actual wedding, and even pinned some to her new husband's tux. 

A wedding gown with LOTS of lace

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Many of the dresses Lauren chose to put on the "Wedding Bells" board had at least some kind of pretty lace detail happening, and her real-life dress designed by Badgley Mischka was no different. 

A pair of elegant heels

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The wedding shoes she wore to walk down the aisle, also from Badgley Mischka, were one of the few things that differed from her Pinterest vision. She seemed to favor strappy heels over the traditional pair she chose. Either way, she still looked UH-MAY-ZING from head to toe.

The wedding favors

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So what did everyone get post-reception? A swag bag FULL of super cute goodies, many of which were apple-themed (her husband's name is William Tell, think about it). She didn't post anything to Pinterest that specifically ended up in the guests' goodie bag, but she was consistent in the fact that they would be personal and very unique.

In the end, Conrad got the Pinterest wedding of her dreams, and lived happily ever after. *cue Hilary Duff singing "Come Clean"*

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