When we think of celebrities, we often think of all the glitz and glamor that Hollywood money has to offer. From star-studded red carpets to million-dollar mansions and private jets, it’s safe to say that celebrities are, in many ways, the epitome of glamour.
And while this may be true for some people, many celebrities give up all the glitz and glamor for their wedding days. After all, wedding days should be all about love, right?
From Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos’ Las Vegas elopement in 1996 to Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green’s sunset wedding with only one witness (Green’s son!) in 2010, it seems even the biggest stars are here for the smallest of occasions. And then. To check out more Hollywood power couples who kept it low-key for their big day, scroll down!
billy crudup and naomi watts
earlier this year, The Morning Show Stars Billy Crudup and Naomi Watts got married in a simple ceremony at the Manhattan Courthouse. “Stopped! 🕊️🪢♥️,” Watts wrote on Instagram.
Rachel Weisz and Daniel Craig
Hollywood powers Rachel Weisz and Daniel Craig said “I do” in 2011 with a shockingly small guest list: only four people! The two got married in Manhattan with Craig’s 31-year-old daughter Ella and Weiss’s 17-year-old son Henry and two friends in attendance. daily Mail informed of.
“We survived it. We did it privately, and I have a lot of people to thank for it. But that was the point. We did this for personal reasons.
Emily Ratajkowski and Sebastian Bear-McClard
In 2018, Emily Ratajkowski and her ex-husband Sebastian Bear-McClard married in an intimate civil ceremony with just a few friends in attendance. “So, to my surprise, I got married today,” the model wrote on Instagram. Bride’s, For the occasion, he wore a non-traditional mustard yellow suit.
Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth
In yet another couple’s split, Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth also held a very private ceremony. “10 years later…,” Cyrus wrote Twitter Along with a picture of them hugging during the wedding held at their home.
Lily Allen and David Harbor
stranger things Star David Harbor announced his wedding to singer Lily Allen in Vegas on Instagram. “In a wedding hosted by the king, the people’s princess married her devoted, low-born, but kind-hearted credit card holder in a beautiful ceremony under the light of an ashen sky, courtesy of a burning kingdom miles away in the middle of a global pandemic. ” Harbor wrote in the caption.
“Refreshments were served at a small reception afterward,” he added. In the second photo, Allen and his children are seen enjoying In-N-Out.
Dax Shepard and Kristen Bell
Dax Shepard and Kristen Bell also kept it low-key in a private civil ceremony in Los Angeles. “#tbt when I cried at our wedding and @daxshepard thought it was really funny,” Bell once wrote on Instagram alongside a photo of them.
cardi b and offset
Cardi B and Offset managed to keep their wedding so private that the world didn’t find out about it until months later. According to PeopleThe two got married in their bedroom in Atlanta, Georgia. Apart from an officer, the couple only had one witness, Cardi’s cousin. “TBT…September 20th,” the rapper wrote on Instagram.
Colin Jost and Scarlett Johansson
Talking about private weddings, Colin Jost and Scarlett Johansson also keep their marriage a secret. In fact, the news first surfaced with an announcement from the charitable organization Meals on Wheels. The organization wrote with a message, “We are thrilled to share the news that Scarlett Johansson and Colin Jost wed over the weekend in an intimate ceremony with their family and loved ones following COVID-19 safety precautions as directed by the CDC.” Got married.” Picture of the Staten Island Ferry and the words “Jost Married” at the top.
Amanda Seyfried and Thomas Sadoski
Actors Amanda Seyfried and Thomas Sadoski also kept it low-key for their big day. “We got married in Topanga last March,” drop out the star told net a porter, “Just the two of us. And later, I said, “Can we go to Chibo?” “It was great.”
Beyoncé and Jay-Z
Although they may be one of the richest couples in the world, Beyoncé and Jay-Z kept it simple at their 2008 wedding. The pair got married on Jay-Z’s 13,500-square-foot estate. Only 40 guests in attendance at the Manhattan Penthouse, People Report. “It was a very emotional wedding — a lot of crying — and really very spiritual,” a source told the outlet at the time.
Marilyn Monroe and Joe DiMaggio
In 1954, Marilyn Monroe and baseball player Joe DiMaggio said “I do” in the judge’s chambers at San Francisco City Hall. WWD Report. After their marriage, the couple left for Tokyo, Japan, where they celebrated their honeymoon.
Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos
In 1996, Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos joined the list of celebrities performing in Las Vegas. Looking back, Ripa said, “We had a very normal, very regular wedding.” People, “It’s actually a very effective way to get married. And it was fun. We were like, ‘Now, this is gambling! ‘Woo hoo!'”
According to Ripa, this all happened because the two surprisingly had two days of free time. “$179 for a wedding, including airfare, because we had thousands of people over and our trip got canceled or something,” he told his former co-host Ryan Seacrest. “But $179 total – with everything included.”
Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin
In another top-secret wedding, Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin got married in Santa Barbara shortly after announcing they were expecting, but People, There were very few guests in attendance, not even Paltrow’s mother Blythe Manor was in attendance!
cash warren and jessica alba
Speaking of pregnant brides, Jessica Alba was almost nine months pregnant when she said, “I know” to her husband, Cash Warren. “We eloped and I thought I was nine months pregnant!” Alba told glamor uk, “This was not planned.”
“It was literally, ‘Honey, do you have something to do this morning?’ And he was like, ‘No.’ So I said, ‘Should we go to the courthouse and get married?’ And he was like, ‘Yeah,'” Alba recalled. “And then I said, ‘Can we have waffles later because I have a doctor’s appointment?’ ‘Will you come to my doctor’s appointment?’ And the same happened!”
Matt Damon and Luciana Barroso
In 2005, Matt Damon and Luciana Barroso officially declared their love in a private, low-key ceremony at Manhattan’s City Hall. Attendees included close friends, family and, surprisingly, former Mayor Bloomberg, per page six,
“We were supposed to get married on Christmas (2005), and then someone got wind of it and my publicist told me all these people were going to Miami, where we lived at the time,” Damon said. People, “We thought our whole vacation was going to be ruined with people walking around, helicopters and all that stuff. So we literally ran down town (on December 9, 2005) and quickly got married, just to nip that whole thing in the bud.
Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green
Former couple Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green also kept it simple for their big day in 2010. in an interview with People, Fox and Green revealed that they had a sunset ceremony on the beach in Hawaii, with only Green’s then-8-year-old son Cassius as witness to the nuptials. “He didn’t need anything superfluous. Meghan didn’t want a ton of flowers or diamonds,” a source told the outlet. “They just wanted it simple.”
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