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Five things we loved about Fearne Cotton’s rock ‘n’ roll wedding

Red7 , July 8, 2014

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This weekend Radio One DJ, presenter and fashion designer, Fearne Cotton, married  musician Jesse Wood, son of Rolling Stone’s guitarist Ronnie Wood, and the world got a teeny bit of wedding jealousy.

Here’s why Fearne Cotton’s wedding was one of our favourite celebrity weddings, possibly ever. Congratulations to the Wood family!

1. The dress


Fearne looked like a rock ‘n’ roll princess in her elegant white Pucci gown with a silver sparkly neckline and silver accessories. It was beautiful and the perfect amout of quirky, just like Fearne.

2. The guest list

Fearne cotton and Jesse Wood invited stars like Holly Willoughny, Kieth Lemon, Gok Wan, Tom Odell, Greg James, Matt Willis, Dougie Piynter, Dermot O’Leary, Denise Vam Outen, Ant and Dec, and of course, Ronnie Wood. What we wouldn’t give to be a fly on the wall at that after party.

3. She shared the love on Instagram


Fearne Cotton took to Instagram to gush about her perfect day, and shared a beautiful photograph of her first dance.The bride didn’t go all Kimye on us by flooding the internet with smoochy photographs of her wedding, but wasn’t afraid to tell us all how happy she was to have married her ‘soul mate.’ Aww.

4. The wedding singer


Two words: Tom Odell. There’s no doubting Fearne’s got some pretty awesome musical connections.

5. The venue


Fearne Cotton chose to hold her wedidng reception in the beautiful Orangery in Kew Gardens in London. The Orangery is a Grade I listed eighteenth century glasshouse, perfect for an idyllic English Garden wedding.

Click here to see the UK’s most unusual wedding venues.

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