Lauren Conrad's wedding: sneak peek inside her girly bridal shower

Lauren Conrad celebrated her upcoming wedding to fiancé William Tell with the girliest of bridal showers.

The fashion designer held the party at her Los Angeles home over the weekend, and judging by her Instagram photos, the event was a feast for the eyes.

From the dainty china to the monogrammed paper napkins, Lauren's 'do was testament to her impeccable taste. 

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The former The Hills star, 28, wowed in a mini white, lace frock and wore a simple white headband to match. Her friends coordinated in pastel dresses which blended in with the floral paper decorations that adorned the walls.

Lauren gave a nod to her law graduate fiancé on the day, by captioning her photos with the hashtag "#tellmeyouloveme" and using personalised serviettes that read "Almost Mrs. Tell".

She shared one photo of the beautiful table setting, writing alongside the floral-designed crockery and vintage gold cutlery, "Thank you to @dishwishgirl for making my shower so lovely!" 

Fashion designer Lauren Conrad showed off her impeccable taste at her beautiful bridal shower

Lauren also delighted fans with the reminder that she was soon to walk down the aisle as she wrote "Thank you to my amazing friends and family for the best shower ever! #tellmeyouloveme" next to the personalised grey napkin.

The blonde beauty recently revealed that she would be dressing her nine bridesmaids in gowns from her wear-them-again collection for Paper Crown Bridesmaids. Lauren set up the clothing line with her close friend Maura McManus, who married in August in a ceremony that saw Lauren pulling bridesmaid duty.

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Lauren Conrad got engaged to law graduate William Tell in October 2013

Lauren's friends will be wearing one of two colours she has picked from the range, the star revealed to Martha Stewart Weddings, but she has more or less given them free reign with the shape and style.

"I don't mind if there are a few girls in the same dress, or if people are all in different ones," she said. "It's too difficult to take a group of girls and put them in the same colour and silhouette; everyone has their own style."

Lauren shared a behind-the-scenes snap from her cover shoot with the magazine, in which she is pictured wearing a champagne, strapless gown while her friends don pale-coloured frocks.