Kate Hudson Wedding at Home? Star Hosts Nuptials for Fiance Matthew Bellamy's Muse Pal
Still happily unmarried! Wedding bells rang at Kate Hudson's Pacific Palisades home on Saturday, Nov. 9 -- but, alas, the long-engaged Something Borrowed star wasn't the one in a white dress. Instead, Hudson, 34, and fiance Matthew Bellamy, 35, played host to the nuptials of Bellamy's pal and Muse media manager Thomas Kirk and his bride, Jaclyn Ferber.
A source tells Us Weekly that the wedding -- planned by Bash, Please -- took place in the front yard of the Oscar-nominated actress' home, which had been decorated with bistro chairs and an ivy-covered altar. Ferber, resplendent in a strapless gown, walked down a white wood plank aisle adorned with carefully arranged fall leaves.
Following the candlelit ceremony, guests retreated to the backyard for cocktails and then ate dinner on wooden farm tables. There was also a so-called a "Teepee Lounge" -- a tent set up with pillows and blankets -- and a photo booth for party pictures.
Hudson may want to take note for her own wedding, which is now more than two years in the making. The Bride Wars star and her fiance have been engaged to marry since April 2011 and welcomed son Bingham that summer, and some people are getting tired of waiting for the big day -- including her son Ryder, 9, from her marriage to first husband Chris Robinson.
"Ryder [is pressuring me] a little bit," she confessed to Ellen DeGeneres last month. "I think he looks forward more to the party than actually the idea of us getting married. Because he has it really planned out what he's wearing...Apparently he wants to wear a neon-green tux. I'm all for it. He's a bit of a fashion boy."
Hudson -- whose famous mom, Goldie Hawn, is also unmarried but in a 30-year relationship with Kurt Russell -- doesn't mind the (very) long engagement. She knows she'll eventually tie the knot with Bellamy. "I look forward to [the wedding]," she told Extra earlier this year. "We'll both figure it out. We've been both very busy, but it will happen."