LeAnn Rimes's Wedding Accessories: Old, New, Borrowed and Blue

04/26/2011 at 03:00 PM ET

LeAnn Rimes Wedding Jewelry
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LeAnn Rimes followed the age-old tradition of wearing something old, new, borrowed and blue when she married Eddie Cibrian on Friday night — and she did it in sparkling style. “Old” came courtesy of jeweler Neil Lane: Rimes pinned his $250,000 platinum art deco brooch (it has 25 carats of diamonds!) to the waist of her handmade Reem Acra gown. “It was an absolutely stunning vintage piece and I think it completed the dress,” Rimes — who also dazzled in a pair of Lane’s 10-carat diamond earrings — tells PEOPLE. “New” was represented by Rimes’ most meaningful jewelry yet: three wedding bands — standing for Cibrian and his two sons, Mason, 7, and Jake, 4 — from Cibrian’s childhood friend Brent Polacheck of Polacheck’s Jewelers. “From the very beginning, LeAnn was very expressive about the importance and symbolism of three bands,” Polacheck tells PEOPLE. “His boys are an incredibly important part of their lives and she wanted to incorporate her feelings for them into her rings.” The rose-gold bands with rose-cut pear-shaped and single-cut round diamonds also match Rimes’s 5-carat engagement ring. Polacheck describes the groom’s ring — sandblasted rose gold paved with black diamonds on the outer inside rims — as “sexy and tough at the same time.” To further personalize her husband’s ring, Rimes added an inscription inside: “I love you more.” “Borrowed” came by way of designer Ippolita, who lent Rimes $12,000 worth of her rose five- and two-diamond bangles. Rimes added a modern twist to her look by stacking a mixture of the bracelets — 10 on each arm — for her walk down the aisle. And for the final touch? “I had a blue garter,” Rimes playfully reveals. “And a blue Hanky Panky thong that said ‘I do’ [in Swarovski crystals].” For all the details — and exclusive photos from Rimes and Cibrian’s intimate wedding — check out the new issue of PEOPLE, on stands Friday.Marisa Laudadio

LeAnn Rimes Wedding Jewelry
Courtesy Polacheck’s Jewelers; Courtesy Ippolita; Courtesy Neil Lane

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LT on

My god people, MOVE ON. Both they and their exes (i.e. the people who really matter in the situation) have moved on, so why can’t everybody else? Gah, it’s just like the whole Jennifer Aniston/Angelina Jolie/Brad Pitt thing all over again (which plenty of people still seem totally pissed over despite the happy years Brad and Angelina have had since).

It’s not your life, it’s theirs, if it makes them happy, why do you care? Did you really click on this article just to vent about their cheating ways? Or to see what LeAnn wore at her wedding? Because the title of the article is about this girl’s wedding fashion, not her relationship or her marriage or either of their pasts. Get over it already and skip the damn article if you don’t care about them. It’s not that hard.

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Kylene on

What is it with all of the negativity? It’s so easy for people to judge others PARTICULARLY when they don’t know them or how a situation even began. So she hooked up with a married man and he hooked up with a married woman. IT HAPPENS. I know plenty of people who got married (young or not) and ended up with someone else who turned out to be their soulmate. Everything happens for a reason and for the people on here to be so vicious is NOT fair. I love LeAnn and Eddie together, they look very in love…which is far better than either of them staying in marriages in which they were unhappy. Let them be!!!

Denni on

Is cheating the right thing to do…NO. However, neither is staying with someone that you are no longer in love with. You are cheating yourself and that other person of a real loving, caring, and devoted relationship. Not to mention…how can a LOVELESS marriage/relationship be a good example for the kids; other than showing them how to live a lie and be miserable. They could have made a better choice by divorcing their significant others before they decided to co-habitat but things happen and life goes on. GOOD LUCK TO THEM!

Debbie on

She needs to eat and is not good looking at all. She is very plain.

Kitty on

I guess everyone that is bashing her has never made a mistake in their life. Good for you on having such a perfect life. I’m sorry we all can’t be perfect like you.

Jennifer on

I think if you are going to criticize her looks you need to post a picture of yourself to go along with it, so we can tell you what is wrong with your face or body b/c I am sure you are not perfect and would be hurt by someone saying those things about you.

Kime on

Her husband is borrowed because he will cheat on her too.

Mimi on

OMG, leave Leann alone! She’s got plenty of hurt coming her way since she made the mistake of marrying him. You don’t need to wish any more on her. I feel sorry for her because she’s young and naive, but he’s old enough to know better. I remember how naive I was about men when I was 26.

Chloe on

Very, very tacky. I feel sorry for Mason and Jake, the 2 little boys whose lives LeAnn has wrecked.

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