Lauren Conrad Was a Bridesmaid in a Friend's Wedding This Weekend
Is there anything Lauran Conrad can't do? Just six weeks after giving birth to her first son, Liam, the Paper Crown designer served as a bridesmaid for her friend and wedding planner, Cassandra Herschenfeld. And LC wasn't the only Laguna Beach alum in the bridal party, either.
Herschenfeld married Ben Katz in Ojai, California, on Saturday at the Ojai Valley Inn & Spa. The bridal party, which included Conrad, Lo Bosworth, and Christina Sinclair (formerly Schuller), donned a mix of Paper Crown gowns in a neutral taupe color. Although serving as a bridesmaid so soon after having a baby can be stressful, Conrad told People she had a plan in place. "I'm in a wedding in a month and fortunately we're doing the bridesmaid dresses so I can order several," she previously said. "I have no idea what my body is going to be like, I don't know what shape I'm going to be."
Based on the photos, it's clearly something Conrad didn't have to worry about. She looked incredible in a flowy gown with a flattering v-neckline, and completed her outfit by wearing her hair in soft waves. As for Bosworth, it appears she chose a short-sleeved gown with a ruffled neckline while the rest of the women wore a mix of strapless, off-the-shoulder, and high-neck styles.
As if helping with the bridal party dresses and serving as a bridesmaid wasn't enough, Conrad outdid herself by surprising the bride and groom with one of her signature needlepoints just one month before the wedding. "1 month countdown until this little family becomes official… Thank you @laurenconrad for making us this amazing needlepoint! @bennybusiness can't wait for forever," Herschenfeld captioned the photo of the framed gift.
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