All The Juicy Details About Jennifer Lawrence's Wedding Have Landed
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The 29-year-old Oscar-winner said 'I do' to her art dealer beau, 34, on Saturday 19th October in a ceremony in Newport, Rhode Island. Her publicist confirmed the news to CNN on Sunday (20th).
Guests had enjoyed a rehearsal dinner in New York's The Frick gallery on Thursday evening before travelling to Newport for the plush ceremony which took place in Belcourt Mansion.
The stunning venue was built in the 1890s and features a 2,000-square food vaulted room, grand chandeliers and other luxurious features. It is said to be inspired by Louis XIII's hunting lodge at Versailles, and has a reputation for being haunted.
While there are no official photos of the bride and groom yet, on Sunday (20th), venue management posted a photo of crowds hoping to catch a glimpse of the happy couple from the day previous.
"People lined up to get a glimpse of our guests yesterday, similar to the days when Alva & Oliver hosted the Duke and Duchess of Marlborough at Belcourt! What a day!," read the caption.
Guests included fellow Academy Award-winner Emma Stone who was photographed boarding the Amtrak train after the festivities on Sunday.
Other famous guests included Cameron Diaz, Adele, Kris Jenner, Amy Schumer, Sienna Miller and boyfriend Lucas Zwirner, Benji Madden and Nicole Ritchie.
The Red Sparrow actress was said to have worn a dress by Dior, for which she is a brand ambassador, and had her hair in a loose up-do, with a source telling E!: "Jennifer had on a long sleeved jewelled dress. Her hair was up with strands framing her face."
The same source also gave details about the autumnal-themed wedding meal, saying: "The wedding had all the touches of fall with dark coloured flowers, apples in baskets and open fire spits roasting beef. All the food was prepared outdoors with wood roasted fish and heirloom roasted carrots and squash as part of the menu."
The couple had reportedly hired Yondr, a company which specialises in creating "phone-free spaces for artists, educators, organisations and individuals" and guests were asked to hand in their phones.
Phones were stored in locked pouches, which could only be opened at specific Yondr unlocking bases, to prevent photos from the day getting out.
Celeb life, eh?
The starry guests joined the newlyweds in partying well into the night, with the last stragglers leaving as late as 5.30am. A food truck was even laid on to feed the drunken celebrities from midnight to 4am.
Jennifer and Cooke, who began dating in June 2018, were thought to have been introduced by the actress's best friend, Laura Simpson.
A source told Page Six at the time: "They met through Jen's friend Laura... The relationship has been going on a few weeks. But they have been very private and careful not to be seen together."
Cooke, a director at New York's Gladstone Gallery, proposed in February, with J.Law telling Entertainment Tonight in June: "Well, he's just the best person I've ever met in my whole life. It was a very, very easy decision."
Cooke's parents are James Maroney and Suki Fredericks who own an Oliver Hill Farm in Leicester, Vermont. He also has a younger sister named Annabelle.
Congrats to the happy couple!