Actress Rose McGowan marries artist Davey Detail
Rose McGowan is a now a Mrs.!
The “Charmed” alum married artist Davey Detail in Los Angeles on Saturday, her rep told People, in a “romantic and ethereal” ceremony on the lawn of the Paramour Mansion.
McGowan, 40, and Detail were wed by a rabbi in an outdoor ceremony under a chuppah. Sixty guests were in attendance, the mag said.
The bride wore a corseted strapless gown from Monique Lhullier. The A-line silk confection was draped with Chantilly lace and tulle. She also wore a chapel-length tulle veil and Jimmy Choo shoes.
The actress swept her hair back in a bun and carried a bouquet of pink flowers, Us Weekly reported.
She walked herself down the aisle to the tune of “The Song to the Siren” by This Mortal Coil, People said, sharing a photo of the actress’ big day. Their vow exchange lasted about 15 minutes.
White lights surrounded the courtyard that served as the venue for cocktails, and a New Orleans swing band and DJ Madison Stewart provided the music.
Maiden hair fern and amaranthus in vantage brass vases adorned the table settings and the guests enjoyed a buffet of Southern food, including fried chicken and waffles, ribeye steak and Cajun creamed corn. McGowan had Fantasy Frosting replicate her parents’ wedding cake and later opened a bounce house up to guests.
The couple are reportedly spending their honeymoon in Tahiti, Us said.
By Sunday, the new wife couldn’t contain her excitement.
“Hell to the yeah! I’m a Mrs.! What?! AWESOME!” she tweeted. “Love to you all!!!!!”
McGowan and Detail got engaged in July, and it’s the first marriage for the actress, who will next appear in the thriller “The Tell-Tale Heart.” However, she’s been engaged twice before. First to rock star Marilyn Manson in 1998, then later to “Machete Kills” director Robert Rodriguez in 2007.
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