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Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux Celebrate Engagement and More Celebrity News

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This week brought some big news: Robert Pattinson resurfaced amid the Kristen Stewart scandal to eat ice cream, Jennifer Aniston celebrated her engagement, and Jordin Sparks shined in her newly svelte shape after losing 50 pounds.

Restaurant Buzz

• Robert Pattinson continued his Cosmopolis promotional tour and attended a rooftop party at PH-D at the Dream Hotel in Manhattan, where Shia LaBeouf and Paul Giamatti were also in attendance. Pattinson sipped on beers, smoked his electronic cigarette, and mingled casually amid tons of eyes watching his every move. [People]

Katy Perry was on hand to celebrate her brother David's birthday at West Hollywood's Bootsy Bellows. [People]

• After Justin Theroux proposed to Jennifer Aniston, the couple dined at New York City eatery Blue Hill to celebrate the special occasion. [Us]

Rachel Zoe, husband Rodger Berman, and their son Skyler headed to Il Pastaio in Beverly Hills, Calif., for lunch. [Us]

Jessica Alba carried a tray of iced beverages out of Veggie Grill in West Hollywood, Calif. [Us]

• The entire Kardashian clan was out and about to celebrate Kylie Jenner's 15th birthday at Nobu in Malibu, Calif. [Celebuzz]

• New couple Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis were seen leaving Casa Vega restaurant in Studio City, Calif. [Hollywood Life]

Heidi Klum headed to New York City's Cipriani for lunch. [Hollywood Life]

Jessica Biel dined at Aigner Gendarmenmarkt in Berlin. [Hollywood Life]

Seen & Heard

• On Good Morning America, in response to what fans should know about his personal life, Robert Pattinson responded, "I’d like my fans to know that… Cinnamon Toast Crunch only has 30 calories a bowl in it, for instance," he continued. "Pretty much everything that comes out of my mouth is irrelevant." [EW]

Jordin Sparks flaunted her 50-pounds-lighter physique at the premiere of her upcoming movie, Sparkle. [Us]

Andrew Garfield sans girlfriend Emma Stone headed to Los Angeles' Trader Joe's to stock up on groceries. [Us]


Experts: Second wedding for Jen Aniston likely to be smaller, more intimate affair

Jennifer Aniston maybe a movie star but her love life is the stuff that makes for the most drama. Now, finally, the world can stop wondering if Aniston will ever be happy again. Last Friday, America’s sweetheart accepted her boyfriend of two years Justin Theroux’s proposal.

Theroux’s rep told People Magazine “Justin Theroux had an amazing birthday on Friday, receiving an extraordinary gift when his girlfriend, Jennifer Aniston, accepted his proposal of marriage.”

An engagement means a wedding is right around the corner for the happy couple, but Aniston has been married before to another Hollywood star whose name now escapes us, and there are certain customs when it comes to second weddings. So Fox411.com spoke with celebrity wedding planners on the do’s and don’t s of second wedding etiquette.

Wedding planner Colin Cowie of Colin Cowie Weddings told us “years ago it was appropriate to celebrate a second wedding in a quiet civil ceremony which might have been followed by a small luncheon. The keyword for second marriages was 'quiet.' Today, it is very much the norm for couples who have been married before to plan weddings just as elaborate as first wedding celebrations might be. Most second-time couples take the position that it's not their second or third wedding, but rather, the first for them as a couple.”

Sarah Pease, Owner and Creative Director of Brilliant Event Planning, said “the most well-known tradition regarding a bride who has been previously married is that her gown should not be white. Some might also say that a second wedding should not include a large guest list and should be a smaller, more intimate affair than a first wedding. However, in recent years, tradition has become less important to many couples getting married for the second time, and they have modified or, in some cases, completely ignored these traditions in favor of a more contemporary take on marriage.”


Experts: Second wedding for Jen Aniston likely to be smaller, more intimate affair

Jennifer Aniston maybe a movie star but her love life is the stuff that makes for the most drama. Now, finally, the world can stop wondering if Aniston will ever be happy again. Last Friday, America’s sweetheart accepted her boyfriend of two years Justin Theroux’s proposal.

Theroux’s rep told People Magazine “Justin Theroux had an amazing birthday on Friday, receiving an extraordinary gift when his girlfriend, Jennifer Aniston, accepted his proposal of marriage.”

An engagement means a wedding is right around the corner for the happy couple, but Aniston has been married before to another Hollywood star whose name now escapes us, and there are certain customs when it comes to second weddings. So Fox411.com spoke with celebrity wedding planners on the do’s and don’t s of second wedding etiquette.

Wedding planner Colin Cowie of Colin Cowie Weddings told us “years ago it was appropriate to celebrate a second wedding in a quiet civil ceremony which might have been followed by a small luncheon. The keyword for second marriages was 'quiet.' Today, it is very much the norm for couples who have been married before to plan weddings just as elaborate as first wedding celebrations might be. Most second-time couples take the position that it's not their second or third wedding, but rather, the first for them as a couple.”

Sarah Pease, Owner and Creative Director of Brilliant Event Planning, said “the most well-known tradition regarding a bride who has been previously married is that her gown should not be white. Some might also say that a second wedding should not include a large guest list and should be a smaller, more intimate affair than a first wedding. However, in recent years, tradition has become less important to many couples getting married for the second time, and they have modified or, in some cases, completely ignored these traditions in favor of a more contemporary take on marriage.”


Experts: Second wedding for Jen Aniston likely to be smaller, more intimate affair

Jennifer Aniston maybe a movie star but her love life is the stuff that makes for the most drama. Now, finally, the world can stop wondering if Aniston will ever be happy again. Last Friday, America’s sweetheart accepted her boyfriend of two years Justin Theroux’s proposal.

Theroux’s rep told People Magazine “Justin Theroux had an amazing birthday on Friday, receiving an extraordinary gift when his girlfriend, Jennifer Aniston, accepted his proposal of marriage.”

An engagement means a wedding is right around the corner for the happy couple, but Aniston has been married before to another Hollywood star whose name now escapes us, and there are certain customs when it comes to second weddings. So Fox411.com spoke with celebrity wedding planners on the do’s and don’t s of second wedding etiquette.

Wedding planner Colin Cowie of Colin Cowie Weddings told us “years ago it was appropriate to celebrate a second wedding in a quiet civil ceremony which might have been followed by a small luncheon. The keyword for second marriages was 'quiet.' Today, it is very much the norm for couples who have been married before to plan weddings just as elaborate as first wedding celebrations might be. Most second-time couples take the position that it's not their second or third wedding, but rather, the first for them as a couple.”

Sarah Pease, Owner and Creative Director of Brilliant Event Planning, said “the most well-known tradition regarding a bride who has been previously married is that her gown should not be white. Some might also say that a second wedding should not include a large guest list and should be a smaller, more intimate affair than a first wedding. However, in recent years, tradition has become less important to many couples getting married for the second time, and they have modified or, in some cases, completely ignored these traditions in favor of a more contemporary take on marriage.”


Experts: Second wedding for Jen Aniston likely to be smaller, more intimate affair

Jennifer Aniston maybe a movie star but her love life is the stuff that makes for the most drama. Now, finally, the world can stop wondering if Aniston will ever be happy again. Last Friday, America’s sweetheart accepted her boyfriend of two years Justin Theroux’s proposal.

Theroux’s rep told People Magazine “Justin Theroux had an amazing birthday on Friday, receiving an extraordinary gift when his girlfriend, Jennifer Aniston, accepted his proposal of marriage.”

An engagement means a wedding is right around the corner for the happy couple, but Aniston has been married before to another Hollywood star whose name now escapes us, and there are certain customs when it comes to second weddings. So Fox411.com spoke with celebrity wedding planners on the do’s and don’t s of second wedding etiquette.

Wedding planner Colin Cowie of Colin Cowie Weddings told us “years ago it was appropriate to celebrate a second wedding in a quiet civil ceremony which might have been followed by a small luncheon. The keyword for second marriages was 'quiet.' Today, it is very much the norm for couples who have been married before to plan weddings just as elaborate as first wedding celebrations might be. Most second-time couples take the position that it's not their second or third wedding, but rather, the first for them as a couple.”

Sarah Pease, Owner and Creative Director of Brilliant Event Planning, said “the most well-known tradition regarding a bride who has been previously married is that her gown should not be white. Some might also say that a second wedding should not include a large guest list and should be a smaller, more intimate affair than a first wedding. However, in recent years, tradition has become less important to many couples getting married for the second time, and they have modified or, in some cases, completely ignored these traditions in favor of a more contemporary take on marriage.”


Experts: Second wedding for Jen Aniston likely to be smaller, more intimate affair

Jennifer Aniston maybe a movie star but her love life is the stuff that makes for the most drama. Now, finally, the world can stop wondering if Aniston will ever be happy again. Last Friday, America’s sweetheart accepted her boyfriend of two years Justin Theroux’s proposal.

Theroux’s rep told People Magazine “Justin Theroux had an amazing birthday on Friday, receiving an extraordinary gift when his girlfriend, Jennifer Aniston, accepted his proposal of marriage.”

An engagement means a wedding is right around the corner for the happy couple, but Aniston has been married before to another Hollywood star whose name now escapes us, and there are certain customs when it comes to second weddings. So Fox411.com spoke with celebrity wedding planners on the do’s and don’t s of second wedding etiquette.

Wedding planner Colin Cowie of Colin Cowie Weddings told us “years ago it was appropriate to celebrate a second wedding in a quiet civil ceremony which might have been followed by a small luncheon. The keyword for second marriages was 'quiet.' Today, it is very much the norm for couples who have been married before to plan weddings just as elaborate as first wedding celebrations might be. Most second-time couples take the position that it's not their second or third wedding, but rather, the first for them as a couple.”

Sarah Pease, Owner and Creative Director of Brilliant Event Planning, said “the most well-known tradition regarding a bride who has been previously married is that her gown should not be white. Some might also say that a second wedding should not include a large guest list and should be a smaller, more intimate affair than a first wedding. However, in recent years, tradition has become less important to many couples getting married for the second time, and they have modified or, in some cases, completely ignored these traditions in favor of a more contemporary take on marriage.”


Experts: Second wedding for Jen Aniston likely to be smaller, more intimate affair

Jennifer Aniston maybe a movie star but her love life is the stuff that makes for the most drama. Now, finally, the world can stop wondering if Aniston will ever be happy again. Last Friday, America’s sweetheart accepted her boyfriend of two years Justin Theroux’s proposal.

Theroux’s rep told People Magazine “Justin Theroux had an amazing birthday on Friday, receiving an extraordinary gift when his girlfriend, Jennifer Aniston, accepted his proposal of marriage.”

An engagement means a wedding is right around the corner for the happy couple, but Aniston has been married before to another Hollywood star whose name now escapes us, and there are certain customs when it comes to second weddings. So Fox411.com spoke with celebrity wedding planners on the do’s and don’t s of second wedding etiquette.

Wedding planner Colin Cowie of Colin Cowie Weddings told us “years ago it was appropriate to celebrate a second wedding in a quiet civil ceremony which might have been followed by a small luncheon. The keyword for second marriages was 'quiet.' Today, it is very much the norm for couples who have been married before to plan weddings just as elaborate as first wedding celebrations might be. Most second-time couples take the position that it's not their second or third wedding, but rather, the first for them as a couple.”

Sarah Pease, Owner and Creative Director of Brilliant Event Planning, said “the most well-known tradition regarding a bride who has been previously married is that her gown should not be white. Some might also say that a second wedding should not include a large guest list and should be a smaller, more intimate affair than a first wedding. However, in recent years, tradition has become less important to many couples getting married for the second time, and they have modified or, in some cases, completely ignored these traditions in favor of a more contemporary take on marriage.”


Experts: Second wedding for Jen Aniston likely to be smaller, more intimate affair

Jennifer Aniston maybe a movie star but her love life is the stuff that makes for the most drama. Now, finally, the world can stop wondering if Aniston will ever be happy again. Last Friday, America’s sweetheart accepted her boyfriend of two years Justin Theroux’s proposal.

Theroux’s rep told People Magazine “Justin Theroux had an amazing birthday on Friday, receiving an extraordinary gift when his girlfriend, Jennifer Aniston, accepted his proposal of marriage.”

An engagement means a wedding is right around the corner for the happy couple, but Aniston has been married before to another Hollywood star whose name now escapes us, and there are certain customs when it comes to second weddings. So Fox411.com spoke with celebrity wedding planners on the do’s and don’t s of second wedding etiquette.

Wedding planner Colin Cowie of Colin Cowie Weddings told us “years ago it was appropriate to celebrate a second wedding in a quiet civil ceremony which might have been followed by a small luncheon. The keyword for second marriages was 'quiet.' Today, it is very much the norm for couples who have been married before to plan weddings just as elaborate as first wedding celebrations might be. Most second-time couples take the position that it's not their second or third wedding, but rather, the first for them as a couple.”

Sarah Pease, Owner and Creative Director of Brilliant Event Planning, said “the most well-known tradition regarding a bride who has been previously married is that her gown should not be white. Some might also say that a second wedding should not include a large guest list and should be a smaller, more intimate affair than a first wedding. However, in recent years, tradition has become less important to many couples getting married for the second time, and they have modified or, in some cases, completely ignored these traditions in favor of a more contemporary take on marriage.”


Experts: Second wedding for Jen Aniston likely to be smaller, more intimate affair

Jennifer Aniston maybe a movie star but her love life is the stuff that makes for the most drama. Now, finally, the world can stop wondering if Aniston will ever be happy again. Last Friday, America’s sweetheart accepted her boyfriend of two years Justin Theroux’s proposal.

Theroux’s rep told People Magazine “Justin Theroux had an amazing birthday on Friday, receiving an extraordinary gift when his girlfriend, Jennifer Aniston, accepted his proposal of marriage.”

An engagement means a wedding is right around the corner for the happy couple, but Aniston has been married before to another Hollywood star whose name now escapes us, and there are certain customs when it comes to second weddings. So Fox411.com spoke with celebrity wedding planners on the do’s and don’t s of second wedding etiquette.

Wedding planner Colin Cowie of Colin Cowie Weddings told us “years ago it was appropriate to celebrate a second wedding in a quiet civil ceremony which might have been followed by a small luncheon. The keyword for second marriages was 'quiet.' Today, it is very much the norm for couples who have been married before to plan weddings just as elaborate as first wedding celebrations might be. Most second-time couples take the position that it's not their second or third wedding, but rather, the first for them as a couple.”

Sarah Pease, Owner and Creative Director of Brilliant Event Planning, said “the most well-known tradition regarding a bride who has been previously married is that her gown should not be white. Some might also say that a second wedding should not include a large guest list and should be a smaller, more intimate affair than a first wedding. However, in recent years, tradition has become less important to many couples getting married for the second time, and they have modified or, in some cases, completely ignored these traditions in favor of a more contemporary take on marriage.”


Experts: Second wedding for Jen Aniston likely to be smaller, more intimate affair

Jennifer Aniston maybe a movie star but her love life is the stuff that makes for the most drama. Now, finally, the world can stop wondering if Aniston will ever be happy again. Last Friday, America’s sweetheart accepted her boyfriend of two years Justin Theroux’s proposal.

Theroux’s rep told People Magazine “Justin Theroux had an amazing birthday on Friday, receiving an extraordinary gift when his girlfriend, Jennifer Aniston, accepted his proposal of marriage.”

An engagement means a wedding is right around the corner for the happy couple, but Aniston has been married before to another Hollywood star whose name now escapes us, and there are certain customs when it comes to second weddings. So Fox411.com spoke with celebrity wedding planners on the do’s and don’t s of second wedding etiquette.

Wedding planner Colin Cowie of Colin Cowie Weddings told us “years ago it was appropriate to celebrate a second wedding in a quiet civil ceremony which might have been followed by a small luncheon. The keyword for second marriages was 'quiet.' Today, it is very much the norm for couples who have been married before to plan weddings just as elaborate as first wedding celebrations might be. Most second-time couples take the position that it's not their second or third wedding, but rather, the first for them as a couple.”

Sarah Pease, Owner and Creative Director of Brilliant Event Planning, said “the most well-known tradition regarding a bride who has been previously married is that her gown should not be white. Some might also say that a second wedding should not include a large guest list and should be a smaller, more intimate affair than a first wedding. However, in recent years, tradition has become less important to many couples getting married for the second time, and they have modified or, in some cases, completely ignored these traditions in favor of a more contemporary take on marriage.”


Experts: Second wedding for Jen Aniston likely to be smaller, more intimate affair

Jennifer Aniston maybe a movie star but her love life is the stuff that makes for the most drama. Now, finally, the world can stop wondering if Aniston will ever be happy again. Last Friday, America’s sweetheart accepted her boyfriend of two years Justin Theroux’s proposal.

Theroux’s rep told People Magazine “Justin Theroux had an amazing birthday on Friday, receiving an extraordinary gift when his girlfriend, Jennifer Aniston, accepted his proposal of marriage.”

An engagement means a wedding is right around the corner for the happy couple, but Aniston has been married before to another Hollywood star whose name now escapes us, and there are certain customs when it comes to second weddings. So Fox411.com spoke with celebrity wedding planners on the do’s and don’t s of second wedding etiquette.

Wedding planner Colin Cowie of Colin Cowie Weddings told us “years ago it was appropriate to celebrate a second wedding in a quiet civil ceremony which might have been followed by a small luncheon. The keyword for second marriages was 'quiet.' Today, it is very much the norm for couples who have been married before to plan weddings just as elaborate as first wedding celebrations might be. Most second-time couples take the position that it's not their second or third wedding, but rather, the first for them as a couple.”

Sarah Pease, Owner and Creative Director of Brilliant Event Planning, said “the most well-known tradition regarding a bride who has been previously married is that her gown should not be white. Some might also say that a second wedding should not include a large guest list and should be a smaller, more intimate affair than a first wedding. However, in recent years, tradition has become less important to many couples getting married for the second time, and they have modified or, in some cases, completely ignored these traditions in favor of a more contemporary take on marriage.”


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