"The Hunger Games" star Jennifer Lawrence and Cooke Maroney said their "I Do's" in a Belcourt estate in Newport, Rhode Island, on October 20.
Now, we may not be one of the 150 guests invited in the occassion. However, it doesn't mean we all couldn't get an inside look at the momentous event.
Here's everything you need to know about the Lawrence-Maroney wedding.
In an interview with Brides, Lawrence noted she wasn't nervous about her wedding day and that she has been "in a good place." The "Red Sparrow" actress added she hasn't been neurotic about it, mentioning that she easily got the dress she wanted and venue she liked without so much issue.
The lavish,Bellevue Avenue property has a storied history and recently underwent a $15 million renovation. The mansion was designed by Richard Morris Hunt and is inspired by Louis XIII's hunting lodge at Versailles.
The reception's table settings included simple white chairs, neutral table cloths with pops of pink and green flora, and crystal-clear wine goblets.
The staff also wore period dresses, and there was also an assortment of antique farmhouse knickknacks featured, hinting that the wedding had a rustic theme.
During their rehearsal dinner, stars like Miller, Kris Jenner and Adele were snapped arriving in the location. According to People, Lawrence and Maroney hosted a calmbake under a white tent for 140 guests ahead of their big day.
The wedding was attended by numerous A-list stars such as Emma Stone, Adele, Cameron Diaz, Sienna Miller, Bradley Cooper, and Ashley Olsen. Kris Jenner even sacrificed Kim Kardashian's birthday to attend Lawrence's wedding.
There were at least 150 guests on the island, and they were all required to take a boat.
The actual wedding reception food was prepared outside of the luxurious location, a mansion in Newport, on a section of the property's large gravel driveway.
The rectangle tables were set out in rows of squash and carrots, and there was a lot of smoked fish and beef being cooked on open fire spits.
View this post on InstagramA post shared by Almudena Pérezminguez (@almudena_perezminguez) on Oct 19, 2019 at 9:18am PDT
Jen's Sparkly Dior Dress
Lawrence wore a long, sparkly white dress that covered her shoulders and the tops of her arms, with a higher neckline.
Her hair was swept up into a loose updo.
Privacy was taken very seriously at the venue. There was security outside, black curtains were taped to windows and fake hedges, and privacy screens were put up to discourage anyone from peeking. However, the atmosphere was said to be fun and elegant.
Among the songs that played during the reception were "I Wanna Dance with Somebody" by Whitney Houston, "Respect" by Aretha Franklin, and "Don't You Want Me Baby" by Human League.
Lawrence and Maroney hired The Ruckus, a band, to perform at their wedding.
At 11 p.m., a food truck from Boston's Baddest Burger and Sandwich Company parked right in front of the mansion. Unfortunately, Lawrence's favorite chili pizza sandwich was not on the menu.
The menu that was pre-dictated included "Hub" burger, the "Chicky" chicken sandwich, the "Baddest" veggie burger, and the "Bad Dog" hot dog.
Hungry stars headed outside for a snack at around 12:30 a.m. and served until after 3 a.m.
"When we got there, there was a mix of things going on and a ton of the celebrities right behind where we were parked and were facing the mansion," Kevin Tortorella, owner of Boston's Baddest Food Truck said.
Tortorella said he didn't know who they were serving until they got to the specific address in Rhode Island and saw that the roads were sidelined with paparazzi.
Lawrence unveiled her Amazon Wedding Registry in September, with 49 curated pieces to add to her newly-married home and lifestyle.
She has different items listed, such as a wine carafe valued at $35, a pure cashmere travel set valued at $360, and a poolside outdoor patio bistro set valued at $150.