LAST UPDATED: 21st May 2015 at 10:13am
The former The Hills star opened up about married life to Us Weekly at the 10th Annual Women's Rights Awards in West Hollywood.
Her verdict? "I haven't gotten any big surprises yet. It's been wonderful so far."
She continued; "I think it's really different for everybody. For us it makes you officially family, which is really great, but as far as our relationship, we were really committed before so it didn't change a ton."
So is starting a family on the horizon? "No one is pushing. We're still in the first year of marriage. We're just enjoying it."
It sounds dreamy, Lauren! SH
LAST UPDATED: 20th October 2014 at 9:30am
Months and months of planning, endless blog posts, magazine features and even a whole new brand of bridesmaid dresses: this is what went into the making of Lauren Conrad's wedding. And yet, the hardest part of it all? According to the former reality TV star and fashionista, finding the right dress is the biggest challenge of all.
"It's really hard because it's so much pressure on one day, you've gotta pick one look," Conrad said at the Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic, her first outing as a married woman, according to Us Weekly.
How did Lauren avoid the dilemma? By wearing not one but two beautiful wedding dresses: a bespoke Badgley Mischka dress for the ceremony, and a Monique Lhuillier gown for after.
As for her bridesmaids, Conrad made sure her closest friends felt special on the wedding day, too. Her 12 maids wore mismatched blush gowns from Paper Crown, Conrad's bridesmaid range. She also madean incredible gift package for each of them which included a delicate rose gold necklace, a floral robe and matching romper, a cat-eye mask, and a monogrammed vintage handkerchief.
"My bridesmaids were such an important part of the entire process of getting married. From my bachelorette party to my bridal shower (and everything in between), these girls planned and partied with me for months," Conrad said on her website. Lucky girls!
LAST UPDATED: 13th October 2014 at 12:20pm
A month into newlywed life, Lauren Conrad and hubby William Tell have attended their first event together since tying the knot in September… and they are still loved up as ever!
At the 5th Annual Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic in Pacific Palisades, California, on Saturday, Lauren opened up to Us Weekly about her wedding.
The fashion designer revealed, "It doesn't feel too different - we felt married before we were actually married." How sweet!
But William added that he's delighted the pair have made it official after being together for several years, saying "I could get used to this" as he pointed to his new wedding band.
And how did the couple celebrate after their big day? They toured Europe, driving through the countryside.
Highlights of their European adventure included tasty post-wedding food. "We did Sicily in Italy and then Santorini in Greece," Lauren added. "I think our favourite part about Sicily was the food. We just had amazing meals everywhere. We rented a car and drove around, it was a beautiful place." Sounds like a dreamy honeymoon to us! SH
LAST UPDATED: 17th September 2014 at 5:50pm
The wait is finally over… Pictures of Lauren Conrad's wedding are finally here!
The fashionista married William Tell finally this past Saturday and has shared pictures of the occasion with Us Weekly.
Gracing the cover, the newlyweds couldn't look happier. Lauren is wearing her hair down in her classic loose curls with a flowing veil and a golden Greek laurel headband holding it all in place. Her typical winged eyeliner and pale pink lips are matched in beauty by her rosy complexion and her slinky lace gown.
The dress itself was a bespoke Badgley Mischka design. Mark Badgley and James Mischka commented: "We were delighted when Lauren asked if we would design her wedding gown… Lauren embodies a young, modern, and sophisticated style that is the type of women we love to design for. She wanted a simple and classic yet glamorous gown which paired perfectly with the Old Hollywood element we love to put in each of our designs."
The two-tone Chanitlly and Alençon lace dress was delicately embellished with with crystals, pearls and baby glass beads and featured a 10-foot train.
Once the party got underway, Paper Crowns designer changed into her second wedding dress: a strapless, all-lace number by Monique Lhuillier.
As we suspected, Conrad's rustic-chic ceremony on the California coastline is full of Pinterest-worthy personal touches including vintage hankies and homemade apple pie.
Planning the event - with help from bridesmaid/wedding planner Cassandra Herschenfeld - was no small undertaking, but the end result was more than worth the time and effort she'd expended.
"I don't know that I have ever been as happy as I was walking down that aisle. It was amazing!" gushed the bride.
We can't wait to see more! SR
LAST UPDATED: 15th September 2014 at 9:00am
Congratulations to Lauren Conrad whom married her fiancé William Tell over the weekend!
News of The Hills star turned fashion designer's wedding was confirmed by E! News although pictures of the big day have yet to surface online. (We're hoping for a big reveal on her website soon!)
According to E!, the pair tied the knot off the coast of California on Saturday: "What a perfect way to start our lives together; surrounded by the people we love most," the happy couple told Us Weekly in a statement.
There's no details as to what Lauren wore herself, but her bridesmaids were decked head-to-toe in her Paper Crown bridesmaids line, as seen in Martha Stewart Weddings.
As soon as more details of the big day emerge we will be sure to share them with you, but going on Lauren's stylish hen do in Mexico and elegant LA bridal shower we're sure everything will be beyond beautiful. SR