Sounds like an affair to remember!
UsMagazine.com has new details on Carrie Underwood and Mike Fisher's lavish Saturday nuptials at the Ritz Carlton Reynolds Plantation in Greensboro, Ga.
"The wedding was gorgeous" a waiter who worked at the bash told UsMagazine.com. Singer Underwood, 27, tied the knot with Ottawa Senators hockey player Fisher, 30, as 200 friends and family members looked on. The American Idol winner wore a Chantilly lace Monique Lhuillier gown.
At the reception, revelers munched on food (mostly catered in-house) with "a Southern flavor," the server explained, with "delicious" cupcakes. "There was a lot of eating [and] a lot of drinking," he added. "It was a big party!"
The decor, a hotel source told Us, "was beautiful" with "a lot of flowers." Still, despite the reported $500,000 price tag, the insider said the party was "down-to-earth…[it] wasn't really flashy."
As for Underwood, Fisher and their friends and family, "no one had a trace of attitude…Everyone was super friendly."
How did the bride, her bridal party and other guests get pampered for the big day? Another hotel source explained that Underwood et al opted for "romantic" and "classic" hairstyles. As for mani-pedis, guests opted for "light and feminine" nails. The spa features a tranquil reading room and lap pool perfect for de-stressing before the wedding, the source added.
"[Carrie] really wanted to make sure that her guests had a great time and were pampered while they were here," added a party source.
"It wasn't one of those crazy weddings you hear about in Hollywood," praised another witness. "It was a nice party for a nice couple."
Underwood and Fisher are now headed for the honeymoon in Bora Bora, a source told UsMagazine.com.
"We could not feel more blessed to have found each other and to have shared this day with our friends and family that mean so much to us," they said in a statement after getting hitched.
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