On Saturday night, Jessica Simpson and Eric Johnson tied the knot after four years and two children. To Simpson, it was a long time coming: "We need to get married," she told "Good Morning America" in January. "I already feel like we're an old married couple!" Yes, the festivities may be over now, but don't worry: plenty of other stars will be walking down the aisle soon. Here's who else may be saying "I do" sooner rather than later!
|George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin|
The impossible has happened: George Clooney is officially engaged, and his wedding, big or small, will make waves in Hollywood. As much as we'd love to see Amal Alamuddin in a gorgeous wedding gown, it's possible that this super-private couple will keep things low-key. One possibility: Rande Gerber and Cindy Crawford will be on hand to help them celebrate, as they helped the couple toast their engagement.
|Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade|
Both Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade had a blast at their engagement party in March, but surprisingly, it's the NBA star who's most excited about the details of their wedding. "This is, like, his princess moment," Union told Ellen DeGeneres. "He's waited for this for a long time. He's been hoarding bridal magazines. He's very ready." Union added that the few guests that they're inviting will enjoy a variety of musical selections, from the O'Jays to Ariana Grande, and yes, before they say "I do," both stars will be signing a prenuptial agreement.
|Donnie Wahlberg and Jenny McCarthy|
Jenny McCarthy made a huge deal of her engagement to "Blue Bloods" star Donnie Wahlberg (though with a ring like that, who wouldn't?!), but it seems their wedding will be pretty small. "A perfect wedding for me would be Jenny, myself, and our three boys," McCarthy told Us Weekly recently, adding that they might elope.
|Mary-Kate Olsen and Olivier Sarkozy|
Two of the Olsen girls are engaged, but Mary-Kate's nuptials to Olivier Sarkozy will be first, according to her sister, Elizabeth. This couple has been private about their relationship, but if they do have a wedding, not only is Olsen's twin sister, Ashley, likely to be on-hand, but also, her fiance's brother, former French president Nicholas Sarkozy and his wife, Carla Bruni. Here's hoping the bride's chooses a vintage designer dress to match her 1953 Cartier engagement ring.
|Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher|
In February, the news broke that former "That '70s Show" co-stars Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher were engaged. Then, a few weeks later, it was revealed that the happy couple was expecting their first child together. This is definitely a couple that knows how to goof around and have a good time (remember their moment on the Kiss Cam?), so it's safe to assume that their wedding will have elements of fun. But will they wed before baby?
|Ashlee Simpson and Evan Ross|
Between the bride, her sister, and the groom's mother (Evan Ross's mother is singer Diana Ross), this promises to be this year's most musical wedding. It could also be one of the most lavish: The couple's March engagement bash had a white feather and fur theme, and was partially planned by the groom's mother.
|Allison Williams and Ricky Van Veen|
Between Allison William's family (her dad is Brian Williams) and work (she's one of the stars of the HBO series, "Girls"), the guest list would be stacked enough. But add in her and College Humor creator Ricky Van Veen's friends John Mayer, Katy Perry, Seth Meyers and more, this could be one of the most starry weddings this year.