Jennifer Lawrence's Rhode Island Wedding Was a Hollywood Reunion
An incredible number of A-listers stepped out to watch the actress tie the knot to her fiancé, Cooke Maroney.
Jennifer Lawrence and Cooke Maroney got married in Newport, Rhode Island, this weekend, at one of the locale's most opulent properties: the Belcourt of Newport, a Versailles-inspired mansion designed in 1894 by American architect Richard Morris Hunt, reports People. The guest list matched—if not exceeded—the high-profile venue's acclaim.
Stars like Adele, Amy Schumer, Emma Stone, and Kris Jenner attended the main celebration, while a slew of additional A-listers (including Nicole Richie, Joel Madden, Cameron Diaz, Sienna Miller, and more) allegedly stepped out for Friday's rehearsal dinner (which involved a clambake under a white tent on Rose Island). Though we don't have many details about the event itself—and there's still no word on the bride's wedding dress (although, it's likely Dior, since she's the face of the brand!)—we do know that the pair's celebrity attendees had an incredible time (and were dressed to the nines during the black-tie affair).
Amy Schumer—Lawrence attended the comedian's nuptials last year—was one of the first stars to (albeit jokingly) share details about the event on social media. In a since-deleted Instagram post, Schumer wrote that she and her husband, Chris Fischer, "had the best time," while simultaneously poking fun at the outfits they wore to the reception.
Take one look at the event's menu and it's easy to see why Schumer, and her celebrity counterparts, had an incredible time at Lawrence and Maroney's wedding. The celebration's cuisine was prepared outside of the mansion, on a section of the property's gravel driveway; smoked fish and beef were cooked on open fire spits. The after-party fare was just as noteworthy. Around 11 p.m., reports another People source, a Boston's Baddest Burger and Sandwich Company food truck was stationed just outside the property.