Angelina Jolie wore a ‘white floor-length lace & silk’ gown & other wedding details


We’re still talking about the Brangelina Wedding. YAY! Everyone is asking how they pulled it off and how they could dare get married without inviting an ass-load of celebrity friends. Um, because they aren’t Kimye, y’all. Still, some news of the low-key French wedding has managed to slip out (somehow?) and so we’re hearing some new details. Some highlights:

The dress: E! News says Angelina wore white and the gown was “very traditional, but very Angie, it was comfortable but plain white floor-length antique lace and silk.” No designer is known at this time. She also wore a veil. Apparently, Angelina looked “so stunning” that when Brad lifted the veil, “he gasped.” I bet the dress has sleeves too, don’t you think?

Something old: Angelina wore a small gold locket that belonged to her late mother, and she put a small photo of Marcheline Bertrand in the locket.

What did the kids wear? A source says: “The boys all wore tiny matching cream linen suits which were just like Brad’s [tux] while the girls had each chosen a dress to match their own individual style and they had them specially made.”

Wedding bands: the bands were designed by their friend Robert Procop. Procop and Pitt designed Angelina’s engagement ring together and Procop and Jolie worked on her jewelry line, The Style of Jolie, together.

Guests: Brad’s family was there, including his parents, his brother and sister and their kids. No Jon Voight and there’s no mention of James Haven either.

Costs: The wedding was relatively inexpensive – there were so few guests, Brad and Angie’s Miraval chef did the meal and there wasn’t a huge spectacle.

The Vows: A source tells E!, “Brad and Angie said handwritten vows telling each other how much they love each other and their beautiful family and they both had tears in their eyes as did everyone else. It was short but loaded with meaning, and it was a lovely way to start life in their new family home now that the building work is finally finished.”

The Food: They had a wedding lunch of “local hams, cheeses, freshly caught sea bass, Italian pastas and champagne, as well as Chateau Miraval rosé wine. There were three different types of cakes, all picked by the kids—one was a strawberry ice cream one, another was a three chocolate gateau and a third had fresh cream and raspberries.” Aw. Three kinds of desserts!! YES.

Everyone is happy: A source told Us Weekly, “This was a total surprise, but something they were obviously planning on doing when the time was right. Everyone is happy for them. It was small and family and friends only, just like they wanted. I’m happy they pulled it off. We all consider them married anyway, but now it’s official.”

French locals had no idea: An official in the French village of Correns told People Mag, “No one in Correns knew a thing. It was a marriage which seems to have been carried out in total intimacy and absolute discretion.”

Brad is happy and glowing: A reporter who attended Brad’s Fury photocall on Thursday said Brad “wore his band but didn’t play with it like sometimes people do when they have a new ring.” The reporter also said: “At the end, we were just talking and I said, ‘Congratulations!’ and he gave me a big smile and said, ‘Thank you, man!’ He looked amazing today. He was very animated, very invested. Very alive.”

There’s a lot of debate as to whether Angelina and Brad will release any photos from their wedding. God knows. I could see decent reasons for and against, but I kind of wonder if they might wait and maybe Brad will release the wedding portrait he took of Angelina, you know? Something like that – he loves taking photos of his Angelina and the kids, and I could see W Mag or Vanity Fair offering him the chance to just publish HIS wedding photos.


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  1. Abbott says:

    “…and her beauty was so dense that it collapsed all non-beautiful matter, tearing the fabric off the beauty/time continuum, opening a wormhole for which Veronica Lake, Nefertiti, and Bea Arthur appeared to serve as bridesmaids.

    After the nuptials, Shiloh drove the happy couple off in a golden chariot. And since that miraculous day in August, colors are more vivid and there are more rainbows outside.

    Now I ask you, my friends, was this glorious day myth or legend? I tell you right now: Legend. I have the stigmata to prove it…”

  2. GiGi says:

    I love that it sounds very wedding-y you know. They’ve both said many times that the kids were really pulling for it, and it sounds like a kid’s fantasy wedding – white gown, veil over the face, ice-cream cake – I bet it was all just lovely and very family focused. I forgot about W Mag… I bet the photos go there.

    • doofus says:

      it does sound quite lovely.

      and I kind of hope they don’t release photos…this sounds like it was such a private and “for them only” affair that I think it should stay that way.

      and I agree with Kaiser on the three desserts…way to go!

      • Andrea1 says:

        I totally agree with Doofus.

      • Josephine says:

        I’m with you, doofus. I hope they take the high road and keep it private. The wedding sounded relaxed and kid-friendly.

      • MrsBPitt says:

        Not me….I want pics…lots and lots of pics! I know it’s their private day, but DAMN IT, I WANT PICS!!!!!!!! Sorry, went BrangeLOONIE for a second!

      • yolo112 says:

        Maybe a handful of photos will get released but the proceeds will get donated to a charity. ..that sounds like them.. I adore these two….not loony adore, the normal amount of adoration. congratulations to them. I’m gonna go eat some cake now.

      • Stef Leppard says:

        I think they sold photos of their kids because everyone wanted the “first photo” and they could earn a ton of money for their charity, but a wedding is different. They’ll probably release one or two photos for the fans, but that’s it.

      • Nicolette says:

        I’m selfish and I want to see a photo.

      • LahdidahBaby says:

        I agree with you completely, Doofus, and I hope like hell you’re wrong. The higher part of my nature thinks they should adhere to the elegance and dignity of total privacy, but the lower part of my nature WANTS TO SEE SOME PICS. The higher part of my nature is microscopic and cannot speak without permission from the bigass lower part. I’m so ashamed. That is all.

      • Sparkly says:

        I’m so glad they were able to keep it under wraps…*but* I really want to see at least one good pic.

    • darkdove says:

      I am happy for the two of them i am glad there was no one famous there just their family to keep it private.

    • pwal says:

      IMO, I don’t think they will release a picture. Unlike with the kids, they don’t face a threat of an overeager pap trespassing for the sake of a pic, terrorizing the kids/family-it’s too late. The Kodak moments happened nearly a week ago and it can’t be recaptured. But… if they have pics on their phones or on a computer, they need to worry about theft. Remember what happened with Best Buy and James’ camera?

    • Godwina says:

      Yep. I am missing the bride gene completely and did the city hall thing, no reception, etc. no dress even. But this sounds ok, you know? A family meal, pretty much.

  3. PunkyMomma says:

    Cake for everyone! Love the way they pulled this off without a peep.

    • Andrea1 says:

      Yes! Did they it effortlessly and with So much grace and class.
      On another note where is the infamous Psychic who said brad was only with Angie for the kids and doesn’t love her because she manipulated him… I believe he will have loads of customers said no one ever

    • Rice says:

      x1000%! I also love how the kids played an integral role in almost every aspect. Please don’t release any pics.

    • FLORC says:

      I only want to know 2 things. And I really, Really want to know!

      1.A picture of the whole wedding party of Jolie-Pitts to see that gown and Z’s styling dress. Because you know she has amazing street style. I can only speculate how awesome a dress of her own would be!

      And 2. The desserts. Show me close ups of those delicious treats!
      Because now i’m hungry and have a chocolate, raspberry cake i’ve been practicing will power on. I’m losing the battle at this point.

      So, for only these 2 reasons I want pics released.
      And I think it’s likely. Select and few photos will be sold for a high cost and all profits donated to a charity (because they’re awesome like that).

      • PunkyMomma says:

        Yes! Show me the cakes! (Agree, FLORC, select pics will be sold for charitable purposes.)

    • MW says:

      I will be happy with even one picture, with all the dresses and suits visible. And I am also sure they would donate the money to charity. Win/win.

  4. Frida_K says:

    Aw, this really warms my heart.

    Blessings to them both, and to their beautiful children.

    May they enjoy a lifetime of happiness and love.

    • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

      I love that they kept it private and shared what sounds like a beautiful day with just family and closest friends. Very best wishes to them.

      • Suzanne says:

        And yet her father wasn’t there….whether it be by choice or by exclusion…she still couldn’t find it in her heart to have him there? She needs to reconcile with him…once and for all…forgive whatever he’s done and move the hell on. One life. One chance to pass thru this way. One father. One mother. Honor them while you can…alive or dead.

      • Virgilia Coriolanus says:

        She wasn’t obligated to invite her father, not after all the crap he pulled over the years. Especially since she knows that he’ll blab about it all over LA. And forgiveness and moving on, doesn’t mean that you have to invite that person to your wedding, to your home. It’s not dwelling on the past.

        I may have to deal with this in the future–I have a ‘father’ who basically had nothing to do with me, except for the fact that he was forced to pay child support (with the threat of doing jail time if he didn’t do the DNA test necessary to get the support) for six years. And in the future, if he comes crawling back to me, wanting to be involved with me or my kids lives–then I don’t know if I can or should forgive the man who told my mom that if she had him pay child support (after asking for only a hundred dollars a month, in a private cs agreement) via the court, then we’d never have a relationship.

      • eva says:

        It’s really none of your business.

      • doofus says:

        Suzanne, I love my family and couldn’t imagine NOT having them at a celebration like this…

        …but Jolie isn’t me, and her relationship with her father is not like mine. there are a lot of people in the world who, unfortunately, have family members that are toxic to their well-being. I will NEVER shade any person who chooses to not have their family in their life because no one knows the dynamic between those people. People have to do what’s right to make and keep themselves sane and happy, and if Jolie doesn’t want to have her father in her or her children’s life, that’s her choice and it might just be what’s best for her and her family.

      • Belle Epoch says:

        OMG enough with the father shaming nonsense. The man is a jerk and he would have ruined their day. I have evil parents and after a lifetime of abuse, neglect, and disdain I refuse to take their sh*t any more. Best decision I EVER made. Some people are vampires who suck the happiness out of everything and constantly create emotional turmoil. You need to protect yourself from them and get as far away as possible! Good for Angelina for protecting her children!

      • Artemis says:

        It was during the Emmys and he was attending. Plus he has a way of not being able to keep a secret. If he was there, he might have ruined it and it would be a shame if that would’ve happened don’t you think? They clearly did this in the utmost secret way the could because it was about family.

        Also have you seen his pro-Israeli rant? I think it’s very hard for somebody like Jolie to truly embrace her father when his views are the opposite of hers. We all have that one family member and with Jolie, it’s her father. We sure as hell know it wasn’t him who made her such a kind-hearted person. That’s her mother, 100%. Which is why it makes sense her mother was there and her father wasn’t. Sorry but Jolie proves blood is not thicker than water. Her real family was there, that’s all that matters.

      • Lady Macbeth (Hiddles F.) says:


        I’m usually very polite here but you’ve no idea what happens in families. I’ll never reconcile with my abusive father and never even felt he was my father!!
        And he was NOT at my wedding because that had to be my most beautiful day ever, not a recycling of old issues and a nightmare.

        So should I feel that it is my ‘duty’ to reconcile with him? Pls, STFU.

      • Andrea1 says:

        All of these! Good one people.
        Stop being a judge when you know absolutely nothing about their relationship!

      • Ag says:

        from what is “out there,” which i am sure is just a small portion, he seems like an awful human being and a shitty father. jolie (or anyone else) is under no obligation, moral or otherwise, to reconcile with terrible family member. they should never be shaded for that.

      • solanaceae (Nighty) says:

        I would never invite my grandfather.. A few years ago he turned to my dad and told him he was no longer his son and that he (grandftaher) didn’t care about my “witch” mother and me, all of this after spending 30 years being my grandparents sole companionship on Xmas holidays and throughout my grandma’s fight against cancer. His 2 other sons are the beloved ones, though one of them never visited his own mother while she was sick (a whole year and a half). Actually going on holidays to the beach was more important than visiting their dying mother. But we were the b*stards. My “witch” mother and I always visited them every single weekend and my mom always baked a cake because my grandma was sick and couldn’t do it. My father was sick for some time, had to do some surgeries. My grandfather, this happened before the arguing, never visited his son while he was on recovery at home, though he would park his car in front of our house to go to the supermarket nearby. So, if I ever get married, my grandfather won’t be invited, that’s for sure… So, I totally understand AJ not inviting her father.
        Blood is not thicker than water, family is those you want to be your family, not what the blood decides. Family is those who truly love you, even when you’re not blood related.
        I’ve had landlords (4 years ago) who were more my grandparents than my own grandfather, and at first I was just a stranger who rented their house… It’s sad to say this, but it’s reality…

      • The Original G says:

        “…she still couldn’t find it in her heart to have him there? She needs to reconcile with him…once and for all…forgive whatever he’s done and move the hell on.”

        Wow says you? And who says he wasn’t invited?

      • Lucky Charm says:

        @ Suzanne – my daughter’s father wasn’t at her wedding. And it was a much happier day because of it. Angelina has said that her father is in her life for the children’s sake, because she wants them to know their grandfather, so he sees the kids. But this was HER special day, too, so she was under no obligation to invite him to her wedding.

      • siri says:

        @Suzanne: I believe Jolie made that choice out of love- for the people she cares most about. Though being her biological father, Jon Voight clearly does not belong to the ‘inner circle’, and only SHE chooses with whom she wants to surround herself with on that special day. Voight already is giving interviews about how much he loves Brad, and how beautiful this all is, and that he’s on his way to Europe to see the new bride, and the kids- he doesn’t even want to acknowledge he wasn’t invited. And no, it wasn’t because he was ‘busy’ at the Emmy’s, or because he cannot keep his mouth shut about secret plans. I actually think it’s Angelina who made her peace with the past- not angry Voight- but that doesn’t mean she has to invite him to an intimate celebration of love, commitment, and trust.

      • Godwina says:

        Suzanne, forgive me, but you sound very naive, or very privileged, or both.

      • Mitch Buchanan Rocks! says:

        @Suzanne thank you for your post which is generating such an interesting discussion – and many points of view which makes this site worth visiting for this reason.

      • Delilah says:

        Belle Epoch, beautifully said. I firmly believe that the how of your introduction to people in your life isn’t the ultimate determining factor of relationships. It is how you relate to one another. Certain people can never vibe well b/c of differences – philosophies, values, preferences, etc. which sometimes cannot be reconciled. Better to agree to disagree and enjoy one another superficially. Bonds are not something to which you are entitled but cultivate. Violating boundaries carries penalties so if you are guilty do not expect it won’t be at the cost of a relationship.

  5. starrywonder says:

    Honestly I feel like E and everyone else is making shit up at this point. They just want to pretend they have some news about it and get people to click on their articles.

    • Luca26 says:

      Yeah to me it sounds like a mash up of off hand remarks they’ve made in old interviews. I think they have little to no actual information about what took place.

    • truthSF says:

      Exactly! They knew sh!t about the wedding for up to 5 days since it happened, and yet 2 hours after finding out with everyone else, they got the whole scoop from sources who weren’t even there.

    • Eve says:

      Totally agree.

    • pwal says:

      I agree. At one point, I heard that the reception was a pizza party.

      Still, I like the idea of a small, family-friendly do.

    • Esmom says:

      Agreed. I hardly think the few people there are suddenly spilling details after everyone did such a great job keeping it under wraps. I’m sure they’ll release something when they’re ready. In the meantime it would be refreshing if the new outlets would just say they don’t know jack!

      • mia girl says:

        Yes. That would mean one of 22 people there, at least 6 of whom were children, are talking. Not buying it.

        Besides, Brad’s “gasp” and other details do not sound to me like a release sanctioned by them. I think Angelina is way too cool for the gooey-cheese E! is peddling.

      • Esmom says:

        Yeah, the gasp was really cheesy. Wishful thinking/fan fiction-esque.

    • Andrea1 says:

      Exactly! I totally agree! If they didn’t know jack for 5 days how comes they know So much in few hours.

    • Virgilia Coriolanus says:

      That’s what I’m wondering too. It DOES sound like an awesome wedding, but…….

    • Kim1 says:

      I dont believe one word of ENews coverage.Where was Holly,Jamie? Who was best man.Shiloh wore a dress? We wont know anything unless Angie mentions it in an interview

    • Ennie says:

      Yes, and they forgot to describe the napkins Brad was in charge of… I demand a description!

    • Lucky Charm says:

      I don’t believe they really know anything, either. Especially the part about what the girls wore. I just can’t see Shiloh wearing a dress, especially if she & Knox were ring bearers. :-)

      Although, it did say it was of their choosing and specially made for them…ok, so now I *AM* curious to see pictures of the wedding party!

      And Angelina’s dress & veil sound lovely. Low key, understated but very “wedding” and I love that they were able to have the nice wedding they wanted with the people they really wanted to share it with. I’m sure her brother was there, too. After all, no one saw Brad’s family fly in, and they were there.

  6. javaj77 says:

    There’s no way Shiloh wore a dress….

    • Andrea1 says:

      Never say never ;)

    • doofus says:

      maybe, maybe not.

      one of my sister’s bridsmaids is gay and she NEVER wears a dress or skirt and had pretty much stated that she never would, but when my sister asked her to be in the wedding, she said “for YOU, I’ll wear a dress”.

      so, maybe, for her mother, she did. even if she wore a suit like the boys, I bet she looked adorable.

    • Size Does Matter says:

      That’s what I was thinking. It was that little detail that made me question everything else.

      • Amy Tennant says:

        Not that it matters, but I read that detail and wondered whether Shiloh was in one of the suits or the dresses. Either way would be cute

    • Lucky Charm says:

      I hadn’t read down to your comment yet before I replied to the one above. I thought the same thing! But then again, she could have decided to wear one for the wedding, because she knows that it’s a really special occasion.

  7. Virgilia Coriolanus says:

    I would’ve wanted to go to that wedding just for the food, wine, and desert alone! It’s making me hungry and it’s not even eight o’clock in the morning yet!

    And oooh…..I do think that publishing actual wedding portraits (that Brad took) would be cool–and would be a lot less intimate than candid pictures that were taken by family members. Mostly I just wanna see what she wore. What Brad wore. The kids. Whether or not Zahara had like a purple stripe in her hair, just for the wedding.

    It’s rather ironic, because if I ever got married (*snort*), I would not want a wedding. I’d want to go down to the courthouse. But I LOVE weddings. I guess because I love the people (only if I’m related though), and the food. It’s a giant, fun party (or should be).

    • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

      Why wouldn’t you want a wedding, if you don’t mind my asking?

      • Virgilia Coriolanus says:

        It’s just because I’m a weirdo. If I had a wedding, I know that I would eventually begin crying in the middle of it, and then I’d be really embarrassed, because I hate crying in front of people. Then, on top of that, EVERYONE is staring at you–and I’m someone who feels weird when people sing me happy birthday while looking at me.

        Plus, I just want the party afterwards. FOOD.

      • Abbott says:

        @Virgilia I’m totally with you on that. Courthouse followed by a party with a food truck caravan.

      • Phenix says:

        I don’t know why Virgilia doesn’t want a wedding, but my boyfriend is adamant that he doesn’t want a traditional wedding. He’s kind of shy, and hyperventilates just by the thought of a big ol’ ceremony were everyone is focused on him. So when we talk about it, we agree that if we ever get married, we’ll do the official thing quiet at the court house, then have a big party. No speeches, no feeding each other with cakes, no first dance – just a big party with all our Friends and family in a casual way. I think it sounds perfect – but to each their own.

        Edit: woops, I wrote my comment before I saw Virgilias response.

      • Hissyfit says:

        Haha. I am so like you! I want a big, fancy wedding with all the fireworks and sh_t but at the same time I don’t want people to stare at me and be the center of attention. Civil wedding would be perfect but I want to wear a wedding gown and have flower girls and the whole entourage! I’m such a weirdo too! Haha.

      • eva says:


        Yep, this is exactly why I couldn’t get married in front of a crowd, I would have had to be drunk as a skunk just to walk down the aisle, we had a simple wedding in the registrar, I think it lasted about 10-15 minutes all in. The quickest option and I still had to have a little tipple just to stand up in front of the minimum witnesses.

      • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

        No, I get it. You’re not weird at all. And that part, exchanging the vows, is very intimate. I can understand why you wouldn’t want two hundred people staring at you. As long as you have the fun party after! I misunderstood you.

        I have 250 people at my first wedding, and 50 at my second – just best friends and family. The second one was so much more fun and relaxed, and I had a great time at the reception because I didn’t spend the whole time trying to get around to talk to all these friends of parents that I barely knew. Small weddings are great.

      • cat says:

        sometimes weddings seem so ridiculous to me. like, why women are getting dressed in white gowns and don’t feel slightly ridiculous doing so? everyone’s there to applaud them? I don’t know. I guess it becomes a fairy tale image from a young age and people don’t let go of it.

    • Erinn says:

      If it makes you feel better Virgilia, I had everyone staring at me two weeks ago while slowly tripping on the front of my dress while walking up the stairs to the minister/fiance… dad did not notice and kept trying to drag me up the stairs haha. It was awful. But at the same time, classic to my general clumsiness. I hate people staring/having all of the attention on me. But I really didn’t notice them for the most part. I hate getting sung happy birthday as well!

      I want to see at least one photo. But it’s selfishness because I’m waiting for some proofs of ours, haha. I’m still in full on wedding mode.

      • Abbott says:

        Congrats on the nuptials, Erinn!

      • Ag says:

        @erinn – congrats!

        @Virgilia, my husband and i also hate attention on us, hate gatherings etc. we were supposed to get married outside, but a hurricane was passing that day, so we ended up getting married at the restaurant where our reception was. the place for totally empty, except for us, our 22 guests (about 1/2 the guests didn’t make it because their flights got canceled), and the staff (regular patrons didn’t show up due to the weather). good food, lots of wine, and only a small number of people – it was great. and we somehow didn’t really pay attention to anyone anyway, i was sort of in a haze, you know? and it was very casual – none of the usual wedding “traditions.” we totally would have done the courthouse thing, but for the fact that our families never met before, and this was sort of a convenient way to get that out of the way. :)

      • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

        Hey, congratulations! I bet no one noticed but you, but that totally sounds like my Dad, to just keep dragging me. Lol

      • PunkyMomma says:

        Congrats, Erinn! Wishing you and your spouse many, many years of happiness!

      • Lady Macbeth (Hiddles F.) says:


        You got married then!! and….. everything went well, see??


      • Erinn says:

        Thanks guys!
        It went relatively smoothly! I did have a few friends who noticed, but only said that they did once I was joking about it afterwards. At least they were nice enough not to tease me until I acknowledged it.

        Cousin that we were having issues with showed up in camo crocs, and a ballcap. Which you know, is super wedding attire. He also refused to congratulate us (or give us a card or any kind of well wishes) because he believes that Der had made a huge mistake despite being the one who wanted to get married after dating nearly 10 years. Which – I ultimately take as a compliment. If crazy people think you’re doing something wrong, chances are you’re doing fine.

        Gratuitous candid photo (the only kind of photo we have atm)

      • Ag says:

        @erinn – LOVELY picture! you look amazing, and you both look so happy. that’s what it’s all about. :)

      • Nicolette says:

        @Erinn, congratulations! The picture is beautiful thanks for posting it.

      • littlestar says:

        Congrats Erinn!

      • Tiffany :) says:

        Congratulations, Erinn! Your photos is beautiful, you both are glowing with happiness and love! :)


      • Esmom says:

        Congrats, Erinn. Best wishes for a lifetime of joy. Lovely photo, it brought a tear to my eye and a smile to my face! :)

      • Lucky Charm says:

        Congratulations, Erinn!!! Best wishes for a long & happy marriage.

        There must be something in the water, I’ve been to five weddings this past year, and three more coming up within the next year. I keep hoping that at ONE of these weddings, I’ll meet my future groom, lol!

      • MoxyLady007 says:

        Hey all. I had super wedding anxiety too. Got some meds to help. But also, we had a super super tiny ceremony. Then a huge reception with no head table no first dance no cutting the cake no garter toss nonsense. Just fun and food and dancing. It was great.

      • Lady D says:

        Pretty picture Erinn. Congratulations to both of you!

      • shaniam says:

        Erinn, I rarely comment but just wanted to say congratulations! You look beautiful and happy! I think the memorable weddings are those that include the crazy relatives and have moments like “bride dragging”!

    • Kerry says:

      I am de-lurking to say I am getting married on Tuesday in Las Vegas because I didn’t want a big wedding (I live in Ohio)! I’m wearing polka dots, getting married at an Elvis chapel, and am pretty damn excited by not being in front of millions of friends and family members.

      I also told my fiancee that Brad Pitt and George Clooney were getting married cause I was finally off the market. And that is what I will continue to tell myself.

      • Lady Macbeth (Hiddles F.) says:

        Congratulations Kerry!!!

      • Snazzy says:

        OMG I always told myself if I got married I’d want to be married in an Elvis Chapel!! Congrats to you!!

      • Ag says:

        @kerry – congrats! and lol

      • Kerry says:

        Ahhhh!!! Thanks!!!!!!!!!!

      • PunkyMomma says:

        Best Wishes, Kerry🎉

      • The Original G says:

        I’m glad you finally realized you were too good for Clooney. Best wishes. Marriage can be a hellava lot of fun. All the best!

      • littlestar says:

        Congrats! I got married in Vegas last November and it was AWESOME! I’m sure you’ll have tons of fun.

      • Kerry says:

        You guys are not only the best, you are also now my best friends, and are thusly invited to my wedding.

        See you ladies there.

        Bring me gifts.


      • Lucky Charm says:

        LOL! Congratulations, that sounds like an awesome wedding. You are right, they had no other choice but to marry someone else.

        If I ever get married again, it will definitely be a very small occasion – family and very close friends only. I already had the big church wedding. It was a blur, I don’t remember (or even knew) half the people that were there, I didn’t get to eat, trying to mingle and thank everyone. I just remember that it was exhausting!

      • Redheadwriter says:

        Hubby and I got married by Elvis in Vegas. Very low key, only a few folks. Absolutely the best way to get married! Congratulations!! And keep sharin’ that Burnin’ Love!

    • Ennie says:

      I’d like to see pics too, but OTOH, I wish those who hate them do not have the chance to criticize them. I am tired of the children bashing.

  8. NewWester says:

    Someone at the Pentagon should hire Brad and Angelina. Those two are amazing at keeping things under wraps! Like other commentators have noted if a celebrity wants to keep their private life quiet it can be done.
    Unlike some celebrities who have the paps on speed dial and then complain about the attention

    • Andrea1 says:

      They pulled this off without having PR. I bet PR agencies must be seething and wondering why this couple always make them look completely useless.

      • Virgilia Coriolanus says:

        I am starting to wonder if they told anyone BUT who was going to be there. I mean, there were ZERO rumors about it. None. I’m mostly wondering if Brad told anyone at CAA… don’t celebs usually tell their agents?

      • Abbott says:

        Angie outplayer Steven Huvane during one of his clients press tour. That’s how good these too are.

      • Tiffany :) says:

        VC, he probably didn’t need to tell his agent, but certainly his lawyers and business managers would know about it, as they would be a part of making the arrangements/contracts/payments.

      • Lucky Charm says:

        @ Tiffany – I don’t know how many people would have been involved with this wedding that would need to be paid. They brought a judge, but their own cook prepared the food and they used flowers from their garden. They probably just used an ipod or radio for the wedding music, or maybe someone in the family plays piano/organ if the chapel has one. Unless they hired a professional photographer (which is extremely doubtful), there really wasn’t much else that needed to be done. If they only had family and close friends there, they were probably personally invited, so no need to print and mail invitations.

      • Tiffany :) says:

        The lawyers and business managers knew. Its not just about getting paid, it is also about getting confidentiality agreements and insurance in place. For example, if a designer was asked to make a white dress for Angie, they could run to the press with speculation, even if they didn’t know the full details. Additionally, we don’t know how elaborate the ceremony actually was, because the information above is being shared without being fully vetted. I work in the industry, and trust me, lawyers and business managers would absolutely be involved in this. Those folks wouldn’t share with anyone, though, because they routinely handle very private matters of life and death.

  9. escondista says:

    I love her and I’m sure she looked divine in her lace and silk sack dress..
    I hope I see one little wedding photo of this lovely couple.

  10. Hissyfit says:

    I think that they are the kind of couple who woke up one morning and just said, let’s get married this weekend. Then do it.

    As for the dress, this may be her 3rd wedding but this is actually the first time she’s wearing a wedding dress so I’m not surprised she picked white and wore a veil. Lol.

    I’ve read somewhere Jon Voight is on his way to Europe today to see Brangie and the kids. He sounds very excited.

    • Artemis says:

      No I don’t think so. To pull this off, you have to plan and control every detail which is what these two are good at. If they were C-listers than yeah but these two are always on wedding watch, they would not slip and get married out of the blue. Plus their guests had to travel to Europe so they couldn’t have decided to get married out of the blue.

  11. Zapp Brannigan says:

    That detail about the locket with the picture of her mother made me tear up. I lost my mother when I was ten and even though its been 23 years I still miss her presence at the big events in life. So shout out to all the lovely people on this board who parent and/or support and nurture others in their lives.

    • snusnu says:

      Aww this made me tear .*internet hug*

    • TheRealMaya says:

      A big hug to you.

      I cried as well thinking of my mum who passed away few months ago.

      I don’t think it will ever get easy losing someone you love.

    • G0tch4 says:

      I sort of know what you mean. My boyfriends mother passed away twelve years ago and when I told my boyfriend I was pregnant, he cried and said he wished his mother was alive for this. Broke my heart. It makes me tear up just writing it out. I couldn’t imagine my mom not being around for something like this.

      • jessica6 says:

        Awww, GOtch4, that’s so sad and sweet about your boyfriend and his mum. Congrats on your baby!

  12. pwal says:


    On a personal note, the best wedding/reception I went to was very low-key. The wedding was on a beach overlooking Lake Michigan and the reception was a pot-luck. Very warm and loving occasion.

    It sounds like the vibe the JPs were going for and accomplished.

    • jessica6 says:

      That wedding and reception sounds heavenly. Nice, quiet, low-key and no fuss. THAT’S the way to do it…in my opinion.

  13. Lucy2 says:

    They kept it very small and didn’t use any outside vendors- that makes keeping it quiet pretty easy.
    Either these details are all made up, or someone who was there is leaking info, which is kind of a shame. It sounds so nice and private.

    • Janet says:

      Or, since the cat is now out of the bag, Angie and Brad may have given their reps the go-ahead to release some details. I hope People or Hello mag gets some photos. I’m dying to see what everyone was wearing.

  14. escondista says:

    I saw a photo from a wedding where a woman had photos of her deceased father on her shoes in little open-locket charms so he could still walk her down the aisle.

    • Lucky Charm says:

      Oh, that’s a lovely idea! It obviously doesn’t make up for him not physically being there to do it, but that is so creative and such a nice way to acknowledge him.

  15. Savanna says:

    This is exactly how my parents got married earlier this summer!

    It was us plus 14 family/friends, we rented a villa in Tuscany. There was a small, ornate chapel in the villa which we had to actually put more chairs in to fit everyone. The ceremony was short, but everybody was bawling the entire time.

    Congrats to them! I hope it was just as special as my parents’.

  16. Toot says:

    The way they handled this was perfect. I’m so happy for them.

  17. Ag says:

    “local hams, cheeses, freshly caught sea bass, Italian pastas and champagne, as well as Chateau Miraval rosé wine. There were three different types of cakes, all picked by the kids—one was a strawberry ice cream one, another was a three chocolate gateau and a third had fresh cream and raspberries.”

    oh, god, that sounds amazing… as someone who had a very small, intimate wedding with a kick-a$$ ice cream cake (i can’t eat cake-cake), i raise my glass to them. mazel tov, and well done.

    • Esmom says:

      I know, it does sound amazing (if you buy that this info is true, which I’m not sure I do). The whole thing sounds romantic and sweet, what a wedding should be, imo. It seems like most weddings turn out to be huge productions, even when people have the best intentions of being low key. The wedding industry is kind of crazy. Kudos to them and to all who do it their way.

      • Ag says:

        it might not be true, of course. i’m just fantasizing about the food. ;)

      • Esmom says:

        Ag, me too actually! As the mom of two teen boys I spend tons of time cooking only to have it demolished within minutes. I would love for someone else to make a meal like this for me, heaven.

      • Ag says:

        oh, that would be lovely indeed. :)

        hang in there with your boys. from what i’ve heard, they do eat a ton. (mine just turned 2, so still a while to go before he’s eating everything in sigh, haha.)

      • TheOriginalKitten says:

        I think it’s so cute that the kids got to pick the desserts.

  18. original kay says:

    “Tiny” tuxedos.

    I am sure Maddox and Pax, being older, will LOVE that description.

    It sounds lovely, good for them.

  19. lisa2 says:

    Not sure how true this info is..

    but it sounds lovely.. and I’m truly glad for them both. I’ve been hoping for this and it is so great it has happened.
    They are my favorite couple.. now I just need a picture of them together post marriage..

  20. serena says:

    I want to see Angelina’s dress so badly!!!
    On another note I wonder if Shiloh wore a dress or a tux like her brothers.

  21. TheRealMaya says:

    Love this family and the way they love each other and always makes it about their family.

    Mybrangeloony badge is shining bright and what a wonderful week for us fans laughing at the haters for seething with anger and for the media who were once again shown they know nothing.

  22. floretta50 says:

    Sorry to say but the way they conducted their wedding, so secret, they can sell the pictures and give the money to charity.

  23. aquarius64 says:

    I love how this wedding was done. Low key, down to the menu. The Kar-trashians must be pea-green with envy with all the attention Brangelina is getting for their discreet nuptials. It’s probably more than what the K clan got with all their tweets, news leaks, People cover, E! exclusives, etc. The Kimye wedding is suppose to air on the season finale of Keeping Up with the Kardashians this weekend; but the Jolie-Pitt wedding is big-footing all celebrity news now. No one is going to be interested in the replay of that sham of a ceremony.

    • Andrea1 says:

      Hahaha they would be seething on their fake butts!

    • Jackson says:

      Sadly, I bet Kimye saw this news and thought how much better and more spectacular their own wedding was and how the world was soooo much more interested in them. They probably think how awesome they are to have eclipsed the Jolie-Pitts.

  24. itsnotthatserious says:

    I think E and every other outlet is making shit up now. Brad’s family were not there either and the The Jolie Pitts have given as much information as they will. I wanted to see a picture but I am of the opinion now that if they were going to release a picture they would have released it with the statement and I am okay with them not sharing.

    Again they just demonstrated that there are no insider sources and that nobody knows anything about them unless they want to share. Clooney might want to take lessons as to how to be BOSS.

  25. Candy Love says:

    I’m calling BS to all of these stories they are all making sh*t up to cover up the fact that they knew NOTHING about the wedding until Brad and Angelina decided to announce it 5 days after the fact.

    E! New is the worst said that Shiloh was a flower girl when in Brad and Angelina announcements they said Shiloh and Knox where ring bearers. So if they can’t even get the facts straight how are we to believe the rest of their “insider scoop” . Lol

  26. Dancinnancy says:

    I vote keeping their private affair private, but if they do release pics – it will be for charity (as they do).

    How did I miss Angelina created a jewelry line? I’m sure I cannot afford anything, but off to search!

  27. enastein says:

    i don’t believe this insider, where was E the last 5 days . I call BS

  28. TC says:

    I do think Brad and Angie will release a few photos for their fans. While I do admire the way in which they pulled off their low-key nuptials, they know there’s tremendous interest in their wedding photos, and Brad and Angie have always been very generous with their fans. I’m not saying they need to release an entire scrapbook, but publishing a few wedding photos would be tasteful, I think.

  29. TOPgirl says:

    Praise the Lord! This beautiful couple is finally married! I am so happy for them! They are beautiful together and they have beautiful children! Hope they last forever.

  30. Mitch Buchanan Rocks! says:

    The desserts I want those desserts….kids make weddings fun – and there is nothing like mischievous kids at weddings.

  31. cat says:

    I wonder why not the brother tho’ that she was so close to (I thought?). I know people get very riled up about Angelina but I wonder about her not having any family or seemingly close friends. It all is focused on Brad, his family, and now the kids. I guess it fills that vacuum without her mom, etc.

    • Candy Love says:

      We don’t know if her brother was there or not, the guest list is a big guess everybody speculating without any facts to back it up.

      As for her brother he been photograph with her at all of her movie events and more. He was also sitting with her when she got her humanitarian oscar.

    • Janet says:

      He may have been. They said 22 people, so perhaps:
      Bill and Jane Pitt
      Doug Pitt + wife and 3 kids
      Julie Pitt Neal + hubby and 5 kids
      Brad and Angie’s 6 kids
      That adds up to 20 so far so maybe Angie’s brother was #21. Who was the leftover?

  32. Twinkle says:

    They’re just a classy couple and the very personification of true celebrity While I’m desperate for a picture too, I understand their need for total privacy. They live so much of their lives in public. They have to keep something just for themselves. Hopefully, this relationship will go down as one of the great romances.

  33. Tiffany :) says:

    I can’t help it…some schadenfreude is kicking in.
    I bet that after spending so much money and putting in so much effort for publicity, the Kardashian-West family is FURIOUS that they had their “wedding of the year” crown snatched in such a classy, elegant way. This wedding made them look even more desperate and needy in comparison.

  34. CatJ says:

    Oh Erinn, what a gorgeous picture!
    Your photo brings many happy memories to me of my special day nine years ago. Congrats and I am glad it all worked out.

  35. EditaV says:

    Some info on By the Sea for those who are interested:

    The film, By the Sea, which has been described as “an intimate, character-driven” drama and was written by Jolie herself, is far from family-friendly. Pitt and Jolie play a married couple in the south of France who become sexually obsessed with their neighbors. (One of the neighbors is played by French actress Mélanie Laurent, who costarred with Pitt in 2009′s Inglourious Basterds.)

    • Candy Love says:

      I’m calling BS on “People magazine” take on what they movie going to be about. It doesn’t match with what Angelina said about it.

      “ it’s very heavy, about a relationship, people going through and surviving a lot together,”

      She makes it seem like a drama which doesn’t match People take which is more like a thriller.

  36. Angie the Great says:

    COngratulations to Brad and Angie.For me it does not make a difference if they are married or not. Anyway , I wish them a lasting marriage.

  37. Lucky Charm says:

    That actually sounds like a beautiful, low budget wedding. My sister is planning her wedding, and when my mom heard the news about the Jolie-Pitt wedding, she called my sister to tell her and ask if she was going to do something like that. My sister said she totally would, if going to France was in their budget.

    Maybe the Jolie-Pitts would rent out their chapel and their chef? Heck, maybe the whole chateau and we could have all the guests stay there, too. ;-)

  38. Nikki says:

    May perpetual golden showers of peace rain down upon them.

  39. Alissa says:

    I will feel terrible if we don’t see the wedding photos.

  40. Alissa says:

    And, what about a Honeymoon?

    Well, I suppose they have had a nine year Honeymoon ever since they hooked up in Angie’s trailer on the MAMS set.

  41. Jayna says:

    Now, the stories all about the wedding come blow by blow approved to be to People Mag. I thought it was a private moment.

    The food sounds great, right up my alley.

    • Paige says:

      All these rumors about how the wedding happened come from Eonline, not People. People and Eonline don’t know anything because if they did, they would’ve known before it was announced that they tie the knot. These sites are making up things with “sources” to get as many clicks as possible.

    • Candy Love says:

      The only part that was from People magazine was this “French locals had no idea: An official in the French village of Cgorrens told People Mag, “No one in Correns knew a thing. It was a marriage which seems to have been carried out in total intimacy and absolute discretion.” Every thing else came from E! Check the website and you will see.

      The fact that E! said Shiloh was in a dress lets you know the stories we’re made up. Lol

  42. Jayna says:

    That’s interesting. The boys all wore linen suits. The girls wore dresses. You know Shilo did not wear a dress.

  43. hmmm says:

    It’s obvious that they are masters at PR.

  44. Marianne says:

    I would love to see the wedding photos , if only just to see Shiloh in a dress.

  45. Vee says:

    I just wanted to add that I am so happy for Brad and Angelina, and their children, and I hope they have a long and happy life together. And as for her father, who knows, maybe they were worried he’d speak to the press, or maybe he knew they had issues with the press and didn’t expect to be invited, whatever I’m happy for them. They are good people. Awesome people really, so I hope they have much happiness in the future.

    • Candy Love says:

      And he has been talking from E! New, to People mag, to Daily Mail, to LA times and so on the man can’t shut up . Lol

    • stellax2 says:

      I’m happy for Jolie-Pitt clan. I couldn’t be happier that they kept it intimate and no press.
      I’m thrilled for the kid’s !

      And truthfully, if I never see a picture of their private ceremony, it’s all good.
      They did in their way in their time frame.
      I’m sure whatever food made and served was delicieux!

      As for the commentary above regarding family/her father above, I co sign.

      Sometimes we make our own family, it can be a patchwork of family, friend’s, etc. There are circumstances and lives that call for a toxic free environment. It probably makes AJ happier and more at peace.
      I’m not one to judge.
      After the patriarch of our family, my grandfather passed, a section of my family that is dysfunctional as one could possibly comprehend (couldn’t make it up if i tried) that separate rooms were required at the luncheon after services and burial.
      Very very bad vibes and my awesome pop pop would’ve been so angry…..his last wish his 4 daughter’s (including my mom) forgive and move on as they were all close for almost their entire life. We are speaking of women in their 50s and 60s.

  46. Suze says:


    That’s all I care about.

  47. Lydia Says says:

    It sounds like a beautiful love filled wedding. I would love to be a fly on the wall. If they do publish the pictures, it will probably be for charity. I heard Jon Voight was invited but he chose to go to the Emmys, I don’t blame Angie to not include him in her life.

    • Mel says:

      Yes. It sounds exactly like the kind of wedding to my taste (not ME getting married – ever – but as an idea): a very private and low-key affair, as a wedding should be.

  48. Goodnight says:

    I think the wedding info is fake. Shiloh in a dress? Okay then, sure. Because she clearly loves them so much.

  49. lisa2 says:

    DEAL WITH IT.. to all those none fans that have been calling their engagement fake.

    that her engagement was a “promise for the future” ring.. and making cracks.



  50. Barristerette says:

    I’m sorry but she looks sick, like seriously sick, and it seems to be getting worse with every set of photos that come out. I hope she’s okay but she certainly doesn’t look it.

  51. Nibbi says:

    i dig the privacy thing and all and respect them for it…


    AAARGHH i admit i’m dying to see what she wore !

  52. floretta50 says:

    Brad and Angie does not live under a rock, they know that they have a lot of fans. It would be a shame if we don’t at the least, get to see the dress that Angelina wore at her wedding. In this day and age how could they have pulled off such a private wedding. no one even got a sneaky photo? Shame! Personally I think that Jennifer Aniston knew about it, Brad Pitt probably told her so she wouldn’t be surprised, by all the press. Not only that, could it be the reason her co-stars from Friends came around on that late night show. If that might have been the case, after ten years, JA supposedly in a good relationship, why the need.

  53. lisa2 says:

    Maybe they will release a picture when one of them does the promotion for the film. Angie has already done a photo shoot for Unbroken.. and Brad has done some too for Fury.

    but yes I love how they did their wedding so low key. Just the people that they wanted. No harassment from the media. Just them and their children.

    but I’m with many and would love to see one picture of them.. I want to see her dress as well.

    I’m still enjoying the news.. Still enjoying the fact that they are married.

  54. pwal says:

    Looks like the sources were WRONG WRONG WRONG!!!

    The pics are up!!! Gorgeous gown and not a drop of lace in sight.