Congratulations are in order for Jennifer Lawrence, who married Cooke Maroney over the weekend. The ceremony was held at the lavish Belcourt Mansion, a 40,000 square-foot estate in Rhode Island with a sprawling ballroom space. Though a lot of the details are still under wraps, here’s what know so far about her big day.
People magazine confirmed Lawrence and Maroney’s marriage this past Saturday, revealing key details about the celebration. Though photos of Lawrence’s wedding gown have not yet been released, the 29-year-old bride reportedly wore Dior, as did the groom. A source People that the gown was a “long-sleeved, jeweled dress” and that her hair was pulled back with some face-framing strands in front.
The couple celebrated their big day with a somewhat modest guest count of 150, but rest assured that there were plenty of A-listers in attendance. Lawrence’s longtime friend Amy Schumer was on the list, as was Emma Stone, Ashley Olsen, and Adele. Kris Jenner was also seen with her boyfriend Corey Gamble.
Given that their wedding took place in New England in October, it’s not shocking to learn that Lawrence and Maroney leaned into the fall theme for their nuptials. A source told E! News that “the wedding had all the touches of fall with dark colored 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 apparently also provided food trucks for their guests. People reports that Boston’s Baddest Burger Food Truck and Maine-ly Lobstah was served, which included options like chicken sandwiches, french fries, and hamburgers. Food truck owner Kevin Tortorella told the publication that he “had no idea” he was serving at Jennifer Lawrence’s wedding until he showed up. “I just knew I was going to a specific address in Rhode Island,” he said. “And when I got there, the roads were sidelined with paparazzi and that’s when I started to be clued in.”
Guests partied as late as 3 a.m. with a DJ providing music at the reception. “They played all the classics from Jackson 5 to Aretha Franklin,” a guest told E! News. “Nobody wanted to leave…it was an all night party.” Lawrence and Maroney reportedly stayed until 5:30 a.m. before leaving for their rental property a few miles from the Belcourt.
The evening before the ceremony, the couple shared a clambake-style rehearsal dinner with guests on a private island.
Lawrence and Maroney were first linked in June of 2018, and were confirmed engaged in February of 2019. On an episode of Catt Sadler’s podcast Naked with Catt Sadler in June of 2019, Lawrence gushed about how Maroney, an art dealer, is “the greatest human being” she’s ever met. When asked why she chose to marry him, she replied, “I don’t know, I started with the basics. ‘How do I feel? Is he nice? Is he kind?’ It’s just — this is the one, I know that sounds really stupid but he’s just, he’s — you know. He’s the greatest person I’ve ever met, so I feel very honored to become a Maroney.”