Last weekend, Jennifer Lawrence and (now-husband) Cooke Maroney tied the knot in Rhode Island infront of 150 guests. The star-studded occasion consisted of celebrity-friends like Emma Stone, Sienna Miller and even Kris Jenner. Although no pictures have been released yet of the joyous occasion, or of the bride's dress, it was reported by People that Lawrence picked designer Dior for her wedding gown. We're already excited for those photos to be released. The celeb couple's pre-wedding celebrations included a "clambake under a white tent for 140 guests" in Rose Island, according to People.
Fans have been speculating around the mansion that Jennifer and Cooke hired for their nuptials: the 'Belcourt Mansion' in Newport, Rhode Island - and it was worth a whopping Dhs13 million. This location isn't just any wedding venue or mansion, of course, its long history and hidden treasures is what increases its value (especially financially).
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Our dining room here at Belcourt, beautifully decorated by Molly, the creative director at @barandboardbistro Guided tours this weekend. See link in bio. #newportri #newportmansions #newport #diningroom #belcourt #alvabelmont #oliverbelmont #gildedage #mansions #guidedtour
The newlyweds' venue was reportedly "built by Gilded Age architect Richard Morris Hunt" and was inspired by Louis XIII's hunting lodge at Versailles. It includes a stables, a spacious ballroom, and of course holds plenty of chandeliers (a.k.a. perfect wedding decor). Even though the Belcourt Mansion is hundreds of years old, it has never lost its grandeur, particularly with the help of restorsation by mogul: Carolyn Rafaelian. We can definitely say that Newport, Rhodes Island has never seen a more luxurious mansion, or celebrity-wedding, till now.