Jennifer Lawrence and Cooke Maroney.
Jennifer Lawrence and Cooke Maroney.

This is what was served at Jennifer Lawrence's wedding

By Buhle Mbonambi Time of article published Oct 21, 2019

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Oscar winning actress Jennifer Lawrence married her longtime fiance Cooke Maroney, an art dealer, over the weekend.

It was a high society wedding in Newport, Rhode Island. 

The bride wore custom Dior designed by Maria Grazia Chiuri, which is fitting as she's the brand's ambassador. 

No one knows which designer suit the groom wore. 

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Guests in attendance included Adele, Emma Stone, Sienna Miller, Amy Schumer and surprisingly, Kris Jenner. 

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It's clear that the dress code was black tie as everyone was in their red carpet best. Not that they could have avoided looking their best- the venue required it.

The couple got married at the Belcourt of Newport mansion, which is a 40 000 square-foot estate, complete with a massive ballroom

But what did the guests eat? 

Jennifer Lawrence is a known for being a foodie and has made several mentions of loving food in various magazines and red carpet interviews. So we were looking forward to seeing what her guests were served at her wedding. 

Here's what we found out: 

Hor d’oeuvres

 

Sweet potato flat cakes, Brussels sprouts with cured egg yolk, smoked pork belly with pickled apple, and salt cod beignets 

Mains

Wood-roasted fish with herbs and lemon-infused butter and five-week-aged leg of beef with forager's sauce.

Dessert

Fire-baked sourdough bread pudding with chocolate, salted caramel and fresh apple, cauldron fritters with bourbon cream and cinnamon sugar and S’mores.

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