George Clooney and his wife Amal Alamuddin had a big weekend wedding in Venice, Italy, and the party never stopped.
According to People, the couple treated 100 guests to dinner at the Granaries of the Republic.
The Hotel Cipriani's website describes the Granaries as sitting "on the ruins of Palazzo Dandolo. High ceilings and views of the lagoon and St Mark's Square create a sense of grandeur." The Granaries are also restored to their "19th century glory," but the bathrooms are marbleized and there's air-conditioning.
People describes the opulent decor for the groom and his bride, "The Granaries were decorated red: The facade was illuminated in red, local blown-glass Murano vases were filled with feathers and apples, and velvet pillows were placed on wrought-iron chairs."
Before arriving to their dinner, the duo was spotted looking so happy and in love on the canal.
The 53-year-old actor married the 36-year old human rights lawyer by exchanging their vows in front of family and friends on Saturday at the Aman Canal Grande but were legally wed by Italian law on Monday.
To see Clooney's wedding location, check out the video below as ET was in Venice for the whirlwind wedding weekend.