Matt Damon's Vow Renewal: See Pictures From the Star-Studded Beach Ceremony!
Just another day in paradise! Matt Damon and Luciana Barroso apparently spent months planning their romantic vow renewal on the Caribbean island of St. Lucia, and from the looks of these pictures, it was worth every minute.
New photographs of the three-day celebration show a suit-wearing Damon, 42, strolling along the beach with his wife of more than seven years, who walked down the aisle in a blush-colored draped chiffon tulip gown by designer Naeem Khan. The couple are accompanied in the snapshot by one of their four daughters, who also wore custom Naeem Khan dresses for the ceremony. (The actor and his longtime love, 36, are parents to Isabella, 6, Gia, 4, Stella, 2, and Alexia, Barroso's daughter from a previous marriage.)
In another picture from the event, guests including Chris Hemsworth and wife Elsa Pataky, Stanley Tucci and wife Felicity Blunt, and Chelsea Clinton and husband Marc Mezvinsky wait outside the thatched-roof enclosure for the ceremony to begin. Per the dress code, all are dressed in shades of white, cream, and ivory.
As Us Weekly previously reported, the Promised Land actor and his wife said "I do" -- again -- in a romantic ceremony on Saturday, April 13. Damon rented out St. Lucia's entire Sugar Beach Resort -- at a hefty six-figure price -- for himself and 50 or so of his closest pals. Among the who's who of Hollywood's elite lucky enough to be invited? Damon's BFF Ben Affleck and wife Jennifer Garner, Chris Messina and wife Jennifer Todd, Emily Blunt and John Krasinski, director Gus Van Sant, dress designer Naeem Khan and wife Ranjana, and officiant Jimmy Kimmel and fiancee Molly McNearney.
Despite the star-studded guest list, however, the event was relatively intimate. "This isn't a 'Hollywood' wedding," one insider told Us. "Matt wanted it to be fun, happy, and private. He felt like Luciana deserves this, first and foremost."
"They've wanted to do it for a long time," another pal said of the couple, married since December 2005. "They had a tiny ceremony the first time, and wanted to celebrate with family and friends."