Jennifer Lawrence and Cooke Maroney wedding: From the venue to the A-list guests, everything you need to know

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Jennifer Lawrence and Cooke Maroney reportedly tied the knot at the weekend in a luxurious Rhode Island ceremony, with attendees including Emma Stone, Kris Jenner, Amy Schumer and Sienna Miller.

Guests were reportedly served smoked pork belly with pickled apples and salted cod beignets to start, before moving onto either wood-roasted fish with herbs and lemon-infused butter and 5-week aged leg of beef as a main course. Also on the reported menu was an array of wedding cocktails, including a bourbon old-fashioned.

Jennifer Lawrence and Cooke Maroney in 2018 (JD Images/Shutterstock)

The couple confirmed their engagement in February, after they were first seen together in June 2018. Earlier this year, Lawrence also revealed her bridal registry on Amazon which included a robot mop and copper fondue set.

Prior to the ceremony, the pair were seen walking into a New York City marriage bureau in September accompanied by celebrity photographer Mark Seliger and another friend.

Who is Jennifer Lawrence’s fiance Cooke Maroney?

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Cooke Maroney is an art dealer based in New York, who Lawrence has previously called her “favourite person on the planet”. It is believed that the pair were introduced by mutual friend Laura Simpson.

He works with Gladstone Gallery, a company that represents celebrity artists including Anish Kapoor, Richard Prince as well as Lena Dunham's father Caroll Dunham.

Speaking to The Cut, a source said of him, "He’s definitely respected. He’s not a big player [in the art world], but he’s a player. I’d say he understands what good art is, as opposed to a lot of art dealers who just like to go to parties and do deals...I think he really has solid taste in art and he’s a very good art dealer, and I expect a fruitful career out of him.”​

Where is Jennifer Lawrence and Cooke Maroney’s wedding venue?

The couple's venue was a French-inspired chateau called Belcourt of Newport, a Newport mansion dating back to 1894 which was inspired by a Versailles hunting lodge owned by Louis XIII.

The couple reportedly Mark Seed, a hyper exclusive party planner, to bring their vision to life. Talking to Catt Sandler on her podcast, Lawrence said that she was “too lazy to be neurotic” about wedding planning and said, “I saw a venue, and I was like, ‘Cool, we got the venue.’”

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What happened at Jennifer Lawrence’s engagement party?

Jennifer Lawrence and Maroney previously celebrated their engagement with friends and family in May. She was photographed by her stylists Jill Lincoln and Jordan Johnson, who revealed in their caption, “This weekend we toasted Jen and her groom to be.”

“Too good of a time was had by all,” they continued.

She was snapped wearing a beautiful L. Wells Bridal dress, a brand designed by her cousin Lauren Wells.