The weekend's worst-kept secret is Matthew McConaughey and Camila Alves' wedding, and now all the dishy details on the three-day extravaganza have emerged. According to Us Weekly, the ridiculously good-looking actor wed the ridiculously good-looking Brazilian model in front of some of Hollywood's tony elite -- Reese Witherspoon, Jim Toth, John Cougar Mellencamp, Meg Ryan and Woody Harrelson -- and invited guests to camp out at their Austin, Texas home (in air-conditioned tents, natch).
For the official wedding ceremony on Saturday evening, People reports that McConaughey and Alves brought the glamour out full force -- "like an Old Hollywood movie star" -- and wore a three-piece black tuxedo by Dolce & Gabanna and a gown by a Brazilian designer, respectively. The couple also forwent traditional wedding pastimes in favor of lawn games (like beanbag and ring toss) and a feast of toothsome Southern classics like "crawfish, brisket and fried okra" cooked up celebrity chef Guy Fieri. They also whispered, instead of publicly announcing, their wedding vows: "No one knows what they said, but you could tell it was emotional because she was teary-eyed," a source told Us.
And keeping in mind that Alves is a native Brazilian (where partying is ingrained in the culture), partygoers kept at it until the very next day, with revelers reportedly still up by Sunday afternoon.
The "Magic Mike" actor, 42, and Alves, 30 have been dating since 2006; the couple have two children together, Levi, 4, and Vida, 2. They announced their engagement on Christmas Day last year, when McConaughey posted a picture to his WhoSay account of the couple kissing in front of a festively decorated Christmas tree, with the caption: "just asked camila to marry me, merry Christmas."
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