Reem Acra Designs Dream Wedding Dresses for Jennifer Aniston

08/15/2012 at 09:00 AM ET

Jennifer Aniston Wedding Dresses Courtesy Reem Acra; Inset: Sipa

We’ve already discussed Jennifer Aniston‘s potential wedding gown silhouettes, but designer Reem Acra took the conversation a step further this week, designing fantastically gorgeous (and hypothetical) gowns for the newly minted bride-to-be.

Acra, who’s designed wedding gowns for stars like LeAnn Rimes and Jenna Dewan-Tatum, sketched two dresses for Aniston at PEOPLE’s request: one more princess-like, fitted to the waist and finished with an elaborate skirt (left), and another that’s glimmering and form-fitting with a complementary veil (right).

When Aniston married Brad Pitt in 2000, the actress went somewhat simple, choosing a form-fitting, beaded gown by designer Lawrence Steele. She kept the touches — a veil and jewelry — traditional.

The designer calls the actress “the epitome of effortless beauty” — and we know she’d look even more beautiful in either of these elegant gowns. Tell us: What do you think of these sketches? And what do you envision Aniston wearing on her wedding day? 

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Time on

When will she publicly apologize to Heidi Bivens for stealing her man?

Scooter on

the one on the right

kamielle smith on

That gown doesn’t look like it’s Jen’s style one bit. Sorry.

Melissa on

Shouldn’t she go with something more understated for a second wedding? Just saying. These are NOT her style…

liarlairpantsonfire on

my god, she’s in her 40’s. and no one goes “fairy princess” for their second marriage. mature women get married all the time and do better than this w/ an “expert”.

Diana on

A dress for a second wedding should not be big, white, and extravagant, IMO. Neither of those dresses are appropriate.
I think she’d look nice in gold.

ellen on

who cares!!!

Marli on

Jen is short. She doesn’t want to wear a ballooning dress for some tall gall, and look silly!!
Perhaps she should be the one to design her own dress- because she knows what she looks great in!!!!

Krobi on

I’d love to see Amsale design her dress. Amsale did mine and it was worth every penny!

Cathy on

I don’t see her walking down the aisle in a full wedding gown. I see her more in a slinky gown, basics, which make her look even more beautiful. She’s already done the full bridal thing, been there, done that. She could walk down the aisle in overalls and still look good!

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