Celebrity Wedding Roundup: All the Stars Who Said 'I Do' Labor Day Weekend


For most people, Labor Day weekend means beers and barbecues. And for the celeb set, it's all about weddings! Plenty of stars gathered to celebrate love this weekend and we've got the full rundown.


Gabrielle Union and Dwayne Wade
Celebrity Wedding Roundup: All the Stars Who Said 'I Do' Labor Day Weekend

Celebrity Wedding Roundup: All the Stars Who Said 'I Do' Labor Day Weekend
The newlyweds (Instagram)
This one was for the books. The actress and NBA star said "I do" in true celebrity style — at a castle surrounded by a moat in Miami. Oh, and John Legend reportedly played the piano as the bride walked down the aisle. It really doesn't get better than that!

Over 200 people were in attendance, including plenty of Wade's basketball colleagues. And, of course, a good time was had by all, according to Twitter, at least. Guests tweeted with the hashtag #TheWadeUnion all evening.

The bride wore Dennis Basso gown and looked stunning while guests were all asked to wear formal white.

These two got engaged in December after dating on and off since 2010.

Ashlee Simpson and Evan Ross
Celebrity Wedding Roundup: All the Stars Who Said 'I Do' Labor Day Weekend

It's time for wedding No. 2 for Ashlee Simpson. She and Ross tied the knot Sunday evening in Greenwich, Conn., at Diana Ross' estate. Things are pretty sweet when your mother-in-law is a legendary diva — she even provided the entertainment for the evening.

The star's big day reportedly had a bohemian theme complete with dreamcatchers. Big sister Jessica served as her matron of honor and the bride was walked down the aisle by her son Bronx.

Jenny McCarthy and Donnie Wahlberg
Celebrity Wedding Roundup: All the Stars Who Said 'I Do' Labor Day Weekend

Here comes the bride! Jenny McCarthy and Donnie Wahlberg exchanged vows at the Hotel Baker in St. Charles, Illinois Sunday. So far, few details have been revealed about their big day, but we know that one notable guest wasn't in attendance, the groom's brother Mark Wahlberg. Apparently there's some bad blood between the actor and the bride, but they're not saying that. Instead Mark and family sent a cute Instagram video wishing the newlyweds well. That's like a wedding gift right there.





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