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Forget flour and butter: The perfect wedding cake starts with pen and paper, if Jessica Simpson and Eric Johnson’s incredible 6-tier confection is any indication.

Joan Spitler of Joanie and Leigh’s Cakes in Bel Air shared exclusive details with PEOPLE of the towering cake she and her team created for the couple’s July 5 nuptials, including a look at the sketch that started the bakery’s design process.

The cake was covered in a burnished gold fondant “to tie in with [Jessica's] dress detail,” she tells PEOPLE. “And then the flowers are sort of in that unkempt, garden feel of the wedding.”

A layer of fluffy Italian meringue buttercream also covered the cake, which featured alternating layers of coconut cake with a coconut cream filling and vanilla cake with mixed berries and cream — flavors chosen after Spitler sent the bride and groom five tiny cakes to test at home.

“Jessica likes really delicious, traditional sort of American-style cakes,” Spitler says. And just in case six layers weren’t enough for the occasion, “we made a lot of extra, because it’s so delicious.”

The bakers (formerly known as the Cake Divas) collaborated with Simpson’s celebrity event planner, Mindy Weiss, and Los Angeles florist Mark’s Garden, who created a 2-foot stand for the cake.

“We worked with Mindy a lot so that everything would tie in with the whole look and décor of the room,” Spitler says, adding that the whole process took “probably about a month.”

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Here come the bridesmaids, all dressed in … well, every designer you can imagine!
For Jessica Simpson‘s romantic July 5 wedding to Eric Johnson, the bride pulled out all the stops to outfit her — wait for it — 12 bridesmaids. And that’s not including her two maids of honor: her mom, Tina and her sister, Ashlee.

“I didn’t really have a theme per se, but I did know I wanted it to look ethereal,” says Simpson, 34, who also wanted to tie in some glitz and glam on her big day. The look was “a little bit angelic, but of course with rhinestones!”

To accomplish that, the bride leaned on her longtime friend and stylist Nicole Chavez, who also outfitted Eric Johnson and the groomsmen in John Varvatos.

“I’m a bridesmaid and I’m styling this entire production,” says Chavez in an exclusive PEOPLE video taken during the bridesmaids’ dress fittings. “I really took into consideration, first, their body, what I knew that they would love, the colors and then we started sourcing different dresses for each one.”

“I personally can’t have all of my girls in the same dress,” says Simpson, who enlisted designers such as Marchesa, Jason Wu and Temperley, Carmen Marc Valvo and, of course, Carolina Herrera, for her bridal party.

Chavez shared the same vision of “making sure each girl is individualized and styled like they would style themselves.” Check out the video above to see how that played out, and make sure to pick up this week’s PEOPLE magazine for the final results!

–Michelle Tan

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Jessica Simspon’s wedding hair was styled to match her daughter’s.
The singer and actress tied the knot with her long time partner Eric Johnson with a romantic ceremony in Los Angeles last weekend. For the special day Jessica wore a champagne-colored Carolina Herrera gown, which was decorated with silver strands of material.
Hair colorist Rita Hazan took care of the star’s locks ahead of the ceremony, and wanted to make sure it reflected those of Jessica and Eric’s little girl Maxwell. In the end Jessica’s hair was partly worn up while the rest flowed down her back.
“Jessica just had to be blonde. She looks her best as a blonde,” Rita told People.
“I wanted her hair to be timeless, so the color was more of a baby blonde [to match] Maxwell’s color, with subtle highlights that blend into her hair.”
While it required some dying, Rita wanted to make sure Jessica’s finished style “didn’t look fake”. The hair expert also needed to be careful the tone complemented the 34-year-old’s complexion and dress.
“Highlight placement is important, and the tone is the most important. It has to be perfect: not too pale and not too golden,” Rita added.
Along with her hair, Jessica’s dangling Neil Lane earrings, pink lipstick and subtle smoky eyes also enhanced the entire look.
Speaking to People about her gown, the blonde beauty explained the reasoning behind her choice for a classic look.
“Everybody thought I was going to wear a dress that completely showed off my new bod,” she laughed.”‘But I can’t help but want a princess dress! I’m a Southern girl at heart. I like everything big!”

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