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Want to get your wedding announcement into Vogue? No problem. All you have to do is ask your best celebrity pals to design your wedding dress and you’re pretty much a shoe-in.

Last month in Los Angeles, twins Mary-Kate & Ashley Olsen, the designers behind The Row and Elizabeth and James, created a knock-out wedding gown for their close friend stylist, Molly Fishkin, who married producer Asher Levin.

Unsurprisingly, the gown was a lacy boho number with scooped neck, sheer bell sleeves and a floor-length veil. “I was thrilled — their taste is impeccable, and I really trust them,” Fishkin told Vogue. “Designing my gown with them was the most exciting and emotional experience of my life.” (Hmm, even better than marrying the love of your life?).

This was the twins first foray into wedding attire but they might have received a teeny bit of inspiration from the lacy Little Bo Peep number they wore to Uncle Jesse and Aunt Becky’s emotional Full House wedding.

As for the Fishkin/Levin nuptuals, the only thing better than a fabulous wedding dress designed by celebrity twins is an acoustic version of Landslide performed by none other than Stevie Nicks (who also happens to be the bride’s godmother).

Engaged with champagne wishes and celebrity-designed-wedding-gown-dreams? Better start making some new friends, stat.