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Kate Moss & Jamie Hince

Was it a wedding or a fashion show? The supermodel and style icon, 37, chose not one but three outfits-by two designers-for her July 1 nuptials with the Kills rocker, 42: First Moss walked down the aisle in a John Galliano gown during the ceremony at St. Peter's Church in Southrop, England. The model bride (whose 8-year-old daughter Lila Grace, at right in a dress by Bonpoint, served as 1 of 15 bridesmaids) then hit the reception at her Cotswolds estate in a silk-chiffon dress for her first dance, then a mini-dress to party in, both by Stella McCartney. (McCartney also made the three-piece suit she wore leaving for her honeymoon July 3.) The event-which boasted a six-tier cake and a starry guest list including Jude Law-was, according to a guest, "beautiful and full of love!"

America Ferrera & Ryan Piers Williams

Forget fireworks and pageantry. This was a more understated celebration of America the Beautiful: On June 27, the former Ugly Betty actress quietly wed her longtime beau Ryan Piers Williams at a private estate in Chappaqua, N.Y. Wearing a gown by Amsale's Christos label and Fred Leighton earrings, Ferrera, 27, exchanged vows with Williams, 30, with Betty costar Judith Light officiating. Also in attendance were Ferrera's Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants pals Blake Lively, Amber Tamblyn and Alexis Bledel, as well as Ugly Betty cast members Rebecca Romijn and Vanessa Williams, who summed up the night on Twitter: "America took our breath away."

Jenna Lee & Leif Babin

For her homespun Texas wedding to a Navy SEAL, the Fox News anchor thought cutting the cake with an officer's sword would be a nice touch. But Lee, 31, forgot to factor one thing: the heat. "The cake melted and slid off the plate," says the bride, who wore a Lazaro gown to wed Babin, 35. "Everyone grabbed a spoon and ate the cake right off the table!" It was one of many sweet moments at the July 3 nuptials at the Old Glory Ranch in Wimberley. After 225 guests munched on burgers and fries paired with margaritas, a deejay kept the party going until midnight, when the newlyweds staged their departure in a vintage convertible. Says Lee: "It was such a happy day."

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