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The bride and groom are always the stars of their big day, but at these weddings, some of their guests were stars, too. Here, actors, musicians, and more celebrities who made cameo appearances as wedding guests.

Bridesmaid Robes - Great Bridesmaid Gift! Navy Blue, Silver & White St. Pete Beach Wedding - Don CeSar - St. Petersburg, FL Wedding Photographer Reign 7 Studios

A Blue-and-White Wedding on the Eastern Shore | Martha Stewart Weddings - This couple threw a big garden party by the water on July 11, 2015. "My parents live on the shore, and we wanted a formal wedding that still felt almost like it was being held in their backyard," says Stephanie. They accomplished that through homey details—from cheerful illustrations on their save-the-date and signage to Teddy, the couple's pup, who romped his way through the ceremony.

An Elegant, Intimate Wedding in the French Countryside | Martha Stewart Weddings - The bride and groom shared their first dance to "La Vie en Rose" by Louis Armstrong just as the sun set. Another magical dance was to Stevie Wonder's "Isn't She Lovely" that Anne-Claire shared with her father.

A Bright Wedding in Arizona with Boho Touches | Martha Stewart Weddings - When searching for a wedding location, Aubrey initially envisioned a winery wedding but after visiting El Chorro in Paradise Valley, Arizona, during her trip home for Christmas, she knew she had found her dream spot. The bride adored the mountains and cactus backdrop and loved that the locale was just five minutes from her childhood home.

A Scenic, Nature-Inspired Wedding in Oregon | Martha Stewart Weddings - Ariel and Kyle had their first dance to a rather unique pick—"I Got You Babe" by Sonny and Cher. "We wanted something different and it has a vibe to the song that felt very much like us. Plus we call each other babe!" the bride explains.

A Charmingly Bespoke Fall Wedding in New Jersey | Martha Stewart Weddings

Getting married is a momentous occasion. It's also time for a major party. Stir up some fun with these 9 ideas. Like #5, using a 3D printer to make your own cake topper. With some simple technology and a little creativity, you'll be the bride and groom wedding guests talk about for years to come.

A Contemporary Wedding at a Boston Art Museum | Martha Stewart Weddings - Clad in navy-chiffon Amsale gowns from L'Elite Bridal, the bridesmaids joined Danielle for some pre-ceremony portraits by the water.

Since Graham is Jewish, it was important that the Hora was a part of the wedding reception. "The wedding was a reflection of who we are as a couple, and it was really important to us that it be deeply personal," says Jessica.