Brad Pitt and Angleina Jolie may have quietly said "I Do" on August 23, but since word got out its pretty much all anyone is talking about.
People magazine got an exclusive look inside the ceremony -- held at the family's estate, Château Miraval in Correns, France -- complete with the menu, the vows and an up-close look at that one-of-a-kind dress.
So here's everything you need to know about the most talked-about couple's wedding day.
For one of the most famous couples in the world, Angelina and Brad decided to keep the ceremony pretty low-key. The couple opted out of having live music and instead had friends and family hum "Here Comes the Bride" as Angelina walked down the aisle and Mendelssohn's "Wedding March" at the conclusion of the ceremony.
By now everyone has seen the dress, but there was one person -- Brad -- who didn't see it until Angie walked into the chapel. The "Salt" star worked with Atelier Versace master tailor Luigi Massi to hand-sew drawings from her children and the words "ma famille," which is French for "my family."
The couple were married by a California judge and relied on their six children to pen the vows that they would recite to each other, much of which involved asking their parents to make promises to each other. Jolie said "it was very sweet what they came up with."
Kids Hard At Work
Each of the Jolie-Pitts' six children chose their clothes and their roles for the ceremony. Maddox and Pax, who had to lend dad a tie since he forgot to pack his, opted to walk their mom down the aisle, while Zahara and Viv threw flower petals. Knox and Shiloh were ring bearers sporting some adorable hats.
The wedding had plenty of personal touches, including a dedication to Angelina's late mother, Marcheline Betrand, who died of ovarian cancer in 2007. Brad had her name engraved on a stone in the chapel, while Angelina wore her mother's flower ring and her brother, James Haven, wore an "angel pin from her jewelry box."
Keeping with the laid-back vibe of the wedding, the couple opted for barbecue dishes, as well as wine from their vineyard and a wedding cake baked and frosted by their son Pax.