Everything We Know About Jennifer Lawrence’s Wedding To Cooke Maroney

Including the bride's wedding dress designer

It’s official! Oscar-winner Jennifer Lawrence married art dealer Cooke Maroney over the weekend, on Saturday 19th October, in Rhode Island, New York in front of celebrity guests such as Adele and Kris Jenner. 

As expected, the private couple kept their wedding under wraps, with no photos of the bride and groom surfacing yet and guests reportedly banned from sharing anything from the day on social media. 

Thankfully though, a few tidbits have been leaked, including that Lawrence reportedly wore a Dior wedding dress for her ceremony. Now all we can hope is for the fashion house to share photos of the gown in coming days.

Below, everything we know so far about the wedding. 

Where it was held

PEOPLE reports that Lawrence and Maroney got married at the Belcourt of Newport mansion in Rhode Island which was designed in 1894 by renowned American architect Richard Morris Hunt.

Who attended

150 guests were invited to the wedding, including Adele, Amy Schumer, Kris Jenner, Emma Stone, Ashley Olsen, Nicole Richie, Joel Madden, Cameron Diaz and Sienna Miller.

The wedding dress

Lawrence reportedly wore a wedding dress by Dior, per PEOPLEGiven she’s a face of the house and has worked with the brand for years, designer Maria Grazia Chiuri likely worked alongside Lawrence to create a custom-made gown.


The menu

Lawrence and Maroney reportedly used wedding planner Mark Seed to help with their big day. The dinner menu included homemade s’mores.

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