One Weekend, Three Celebrity Weddings: All Of The Details About The Stars Who Just Got Hitched.

Labor Day was quite the celebratory occasion for three celebrity couples who tied the knot over the long holiday weekend. From Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade’s hotly anticipated nuptials to funny girl Jenny McCarthy’s union to Donnie Wahlberg and the marriage of Ashlee Simpson and Evan Ross, we have rounded up the fun details about the weddings that went down this weekend.

For months we’ve seen details leak out here and there about Gabrielle and Dwyane’s August 30 wedding in Miami, and from the photos the bride posted to Instagram following the affair, the new family couldn’t look happier.




The bride wore two custom Dennis Basso for Kleinfeld looks—the first (above, bottom) a crystal-and-pearl-embellished strapless gown and the second (above, top) a ruched strapless number with a full skirt. See all of the details about their star-studded Big Day here.

Jenny McCarthy and New Kids On the Block's Donnie Wahlberg also said "I Do" this weekend in an intimate ceremony in Chicago.  McCarthy donned a glamorous ivory Ines Di Santo dress from Bergdorf Goodman, accented by a red lip, red nails, and a beautiful bouquet of roses. 

A rain delay didn't put a damper on Ashlee Simpson's Sunday nuptials to Diana Ross's son, Evan. The affair took place at Diana's Greenwich, Connecticut estate (she also officiated) and the bride was escorted down the aisle by her five-year-old son Bronx. In typical Simpson fashion, Ashlee wore a Bohemian-style gown that featured a white bralette underneath a long-sleeved lace top and a full lace skirt. Each of her bridesmaids were also decked out in equally ethereal ivory dresses.

RELATED: Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade’s Save-the-Date Wedding Video Shows Footage of the Proposal

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