Jennifer Aniston wasn't kidding when she said she wanted to keep her Aug. 5 nuptials to Justin Theroux as private as possible.
"We were determined to keep it just private and to ourselves," Aniston explains. "And the thing is, we haven't even seen pictures. But, you know, it was just everything we wanted it to be, and [we are] very happy that we didn't have to see our faces on the cover of a magazine."
"It was amazing," she adds about the star-studded affair.
But we know one reason the two haven't seen any photos -- Howard Stern, who was a guest at the wedding, previously said that nobody was allowed to have their cellphones as soon as they entered the couple's Bel-Air home. Photographer Terry Richardson reportedly took picures at the wedding.
"So I got up and bitched about that they took away my cell phone when I came in," Stern said on his Sirius XM show in August. "I was outraged. I said, 'I don't want to take a picture of you guys, why can't I have a cell phone?' The irony is I've been away on vacation with those two, and they take pictures every f**king minute. They're constantly shooting pictures, but if I take a picture, it's like I'm committing a sin."
Aniston also talks about Theroux's style preferences for her in the new chat, which she reveals are skinny jeans -- not surprising given the 44-year-old The Leftovers star's own penchant for them.
"My husband loves me in skinny jeans, that's like all he wants me to wear," Aniston says. "And he loves it. I personally love a nice flared option, kind of a '70s vibe or a ripped-up jean or something that's kind of loose."
"You know, like a skinny jean and me don’t really get along," she jokes.
ET caught up with the beloved former Friends star in August, when she was tight-lipped about her wedding. The summer nuptials were attended by her and Theroux's famous pals, including Ellen DeGeneres, Jimmy Kimmel (who officiated the ceremony), Orlando Bloom, Whitney Cummings, Chelsea Handler, Sia (who performed her hit "Chandelier"), and Courteney Cox, who served as the maid of honor.
"We had the beautiful luxury of having a beautiful private moment and I'm going to be selfish and keep it that way!" she smiled.
Theroux, however, was more chatty about his wedding during his recent appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, when he admitted how difficult it was to invite their famous friends without giving away the secret.
"We thought, 'We're gonna tell some people this and some people that.' ...We kind of realized that was a terrible plan," he said. "You're basically telling half your guests, 'You're unemployed and we can’t trust you.' Which is, of course, not the case."
"We just sort of put it out there. ...If they said, 'we can't,' we really put more pressure on them to be at the 'birthday,'" he added. "You could spot the ones there that didn’t know [because] they were in flip-flops and jeans."