A week after the big fat celebrity Venice Wedding, time for some cooling down. Whilst the newlyweds sneaked of to some exclusive – only accessible by helicopter – island at the Seychelles, we’ll do the cleaning up after. 

By far the most refreshing headline we found was the businesswoman’s ‘Internationally acclaimed barrister Amal Alamuddin marries an actor’. Touch down!

Amal Alamuddin

Amal Alamuddin marries an actor

We can imagine the whirlwind that took over Venice last weekend, with celebrity guests boating over the canals from one spot to the other, but the big news was that the actor Amal Alamuddin married to, banned cell phones from their wedding in Venice, Italy. Now that sounds almost maffia like, is the actor so at home in the Italian life that he felt like take over some control? Or did he learn from the previous big fat celebrity wedding where Perez Hilton used his cellphone to cast some Kim Kardashian out in the open? Isn’t it like setting the fox to keep the geese, when you rent a whole city to do your wedding and try to not be photographed? It can’t be about privacy, so the guess is that the exclusivity of the photo’s is at stake. So if a magazine got the scoop of the Amal Alamuddin wedding dress, and probably paid big for it, and the actor’s wedding was paid for by his now in-laws…. the guy is a pro! Rumour has it that exclusive photos of the couple’s wedding are have been sold to People and the British tabloid Hello! for around seven figures, and the money will be donated to charity.

Anyway, let’s not spoil the fun, because fun it must have been last weekend, and we can only gaze at the outside it still is fun to see such a beautiful couple getting married in one of the most romantic cities in the world.

And what was Amal Alamuddin wearing?

The latest issue of People contains 25 exclusive photos from Amal Alamuddin’s and the actor’s wedding, including shots of her stunning Oscar de la Renta gown made with French lace and hand-embroidered pearls and featured an off-the-shoulder neckline and a full circular train. Chique and fresh like the bride.