WEDDINGS

Brides Should Take A Cue From Lauren Conrad When It Comes To Bridesmaids Dresses

08/27/2014 12:35 pm ET | Updated Aug 27, 2014

Lauren Conrad might be a lot of things, but a "bridezilla" is not one of them.

The reality star graces the fall 2014 cover for Martha Stewart Weddings magazine alongside three of her nine bridesmaids. In the issue, she dishes out the details about her bridal party.

“My jewelry team at Kohl’s made me necklaces. We found this little diamond ring piece that looks just like my ring, so I did rose gold necklaces for everybody and then sent it with a will-you-be-my-bridesmaid’ card," Conrad told the mag about how she asked the nine women to be a part of her special day.

When it comes to being a bridesmaid, the dress can be the worst part. But when the bride-to-be is Conrad -- who just launched a bridesmaids collection for her Paper Crown line -- it's safe to say the ladies are in good hands.

“I sent them all the different shapes and let them pick from two colors. I don’t mind if there are a few girls in the same dress, or if people are all in different ones. It’s too difficult to take a group of girls and put them in the same color and silhouette; everyone has their own style," she revealed.

She's also letting them pick their own hairstyles. “I’m letting the girls do whatever they want. Again, I think that weddings are about celebrating, and you want everyone to feel comfortable, so I think it’s about whatever is going to make them feel pretty. Understated is always best, so I think trying to go more classic is always a nice choice because you don’t want anybody to stand out in a negative way.”

Conrad and fiance William Tell got engaged last October. InTouch previously reported their wedding date is set for this fall.

Read Conrad's full interview in the fall 2014 issue of Martha Stewart Weddings.

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