Drew Barrymore’s wedding took place this weekend with exclusive access going to People Magazine with the rest of the tabloids playing catch-up with generic information, file photos, and fabricated wedding plans for lesser celebrities.
Barrymore and her third-husband Will Kopelman actually got two People Magazine covers, something not afforded Kim Kardashian who was on her cover alone with People Magazine insisting “it’s all about the bride,” so it’s okay to ignore the groom. Seeming to recoil from that backlash, there’s one cover with Barrymore alone, and a second cover showing Kopelman rubbing his pregnant wife’s belly. A baby bump that’s yet to really “pop” the way these things can do almost overnight.
Dear friends, close family and a flower-embroidered Chanel gown designed by Karl Lagerfeld himself, no wonder Drew Barrymore is a beaming bride.
“The day was perfect,” Barrymore, 37, told People the day after tying the knot with art consultant Will Kopelman. “Everyone we love and care about was there. It was as fun and meaningful as we ever could have hoped.”
For the June 2 ceremony at her $5.7 million Montecito, CA, home, the expectant actress and Kopelman “just wanted a backyard wedding,” says event planner Yifat Oren.
Oren and co-event planner Stefanie Cove delivered a “vintage romantic”-themed fete, creating what Oren called an “ethereal” feel for the wedding party and guests Reese Witherspoon, Cameron Diaz, Jimmy Fallon and Busy Philipps.
The decorations for the traditional Jewish ceremony included vintage lace, pink flowers and green garlands.
For much more about the wedding, including the A-list guests, the emotional ceremony and the reception catered by famous chefs, plus photos, pick up this week’s issue of People, on newsstands Friday. - via People Magazine.