Jennifer Lawrence's wedding dress was kept in its own room at Rhode Island's Hotel Viking
Jennifer Lawrence's wedding dress was kept in its own hotel room at the Hotel Viking in Rhode Island.
The 'Hunger Games' star wed Cooke Maroney at the Belcourt of Newport mansion in Rhode Island, New England, on Saturday and to ensure her Dior frock was kept in pristine condition in the hours leading up to their vow exchange, the French fashion house stored it in a lavish guest suite at the Hotel Viking.
'The Dior design team flew in directly from Paris the day before J.Law tied the knot, and the gown had a private guest room booked for safekeeping at Newport's historic Hotel Viking for the evening,' a source told Page Six on Monday.
The latest: Jennifer Lawrence's wedding dress was kept in its own hotel room at the Rhode Island mansion where she tied the knot over the weekend. The actress was snapped last year in France
While her dress was kept at the Hotel Viking, her wedding guests had rented rooms at Gurney's Newport Resort & Marina prior to the ceremony.
'Among the A-listers in attendance were Adele, Cameron Diaz, Nicole Richie and husband Joel Madden, who all enjoyed a late-night bite Friday evening in a private dining room at Scarpetta at Gurney's Newport,' a source told Entertainment Tonight.
Other stars who attended the ceremony included the likes of Emma Stone, Kris Jenner, Sienna Miller, and director David O. Russell, who has helmed some of Jennifer's best-known movies, such as Silver Linings Playbook and American Hustle.
The 29-year-old actress - who previously dated actor Nicholas Hoult and director Darren Aronofsky - and Cooke got engaged in February, after less than 12 months of dating. However, a source claimed that the loved-up duo had an instant connection.
Stalwart: The Hotel Viking, built in 1926, has hosted many celebs over the years
Site of the wedding: Lawrence and Maroney tied the knot at the Belcourt Of Newport castle
Lifestyles of the rich and famous: Nicole Richie and husband Joel Madden, Adele and Cameron Diaz were among the stars who attended the nuptials
Classic: Architect Richard Morris Hunt designed the castle in 1884
The insider explained to ET: 'When they were introduced last spring, the timing was perfect because they were both single and just enjoying an evening out with friends.
'Things couldn't have worked out any better because they have so much in common and truly hit it off. They both come from close-knit families, Cooke in Vermont and Jennifer in Kentucky, and then left and built successful careers.'
The insider noted, 'They both love to travel but also just enjoy just being alone together.'
Current: Alex and Ani CEO Carolyn Rafaelian owns the 40,000 sq. ft. estate
Change: Rafaelian told the New York Times there was 'a major cleansing, energy-wise' of the estate amid a renovation she made after buying it
Classic: Louis XIII's hunting lodge at Versailles was the basis of the facility's design