Barrymore shares wedding pics

Last updated 12:05 07/06/2012
Will Kopelman and Drew Barrymore
PROUD PAPA: Will Kopelman is seen touching Drew Barrymore's stomach in their wedding pictures.

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Drew Barrymore says her wedding was "perfect".

The actress tied the knot with her fiancé Will Kopelman on June 2 at her home in Montecito, California.

Barrymore is thrilled with how her big day unfolded and can't wait to spend the rest of her life with her new husband.

"The day was perfect," Barrymore told People the day after the nuptials.

The 37-year-old star was married in a traditional Jewish ceremony, in front of 200 guests including Cameron Diaz, Reese Witherspoon and her husband Jim Toth, Jimmy Fallon and Busy Phillips.

Barrymore was delighted so many of her closest family and friends could be there to share their happy day.

"Everyone we love and care about was there. It was as fun and meaningful as we ever could have hoped," she added.

Barrymore wore a stunning flower-embroidered Chanel gown designed by Karl Lagerfeld.

In one of the wedding photographs to accompany her interview with People, Barrymore is seen beaming up at Kopelman while he proudly touches her stomach. The couple are currently expecting their first child together.

During the intimate ceremony, Diaz is believed to have recited the romantic poem I Carry Your Heart, while Kopelman's sister read from popular children's book The Velveteen Rabbit.

Event planner Yifat Oren has revealed Barrymore and art consultant Kopelman "just wanted a backyard wedding".

Pink flowers, green garlands and vintage lace were used to create a "vintage romantic" and "ethereal" - themed fete.

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