Motley Crue bassist and songwriter Nikki Sixx exchanged "I Do's" with his model-turned How 2 Girl expert Courtney Bingham in Los Angeles this weekend, and ET's own Brooke Anderson was one of the invited guests to the lavish wedding! Read on for details...
Nikki and Courtney exchanged their I Do's at the majestic Greystone Estate in Beverly Hills on Saturday afternoon in front of 130 family members and close friends. The theme was a mix of gothic rock meets French countryside, and guests were greeted by greeted by two friendly peacocks. The bride was dripping in diamonds from XIV Karats, dressed in a Jennifer Lawrence Oscar-inspired, custom-made wedding gown from her aunt's own Janene's Bridal Boutique. The groom wore a traditional black tuxedo suit with a rockin' bandana wrapped around his head, Chrome Hearts Jewelry, custom leather Chucks, and Keith Richards scarf.
More details from the couple's press release excerpts: "The wedding altar was a gate adorned by white english roses and a cross wreath strategically centered and filled with enormous white roses as well. The two styles meshed together perfectly of the bride and groom carefully and tastefully displayed. Themed into a Gothic rock vibe and a French inspired Parisian countryside, Lisa Gorgjestrani of Details Event Planning, didn't miss a beat. As the love flowed between Nikki and Courtney exchanging vows, all eyes were on the sweet couple to forever be.
Excited to say "I DO!" and Nikki previously asking the pastor, "How long do I get to kiss my bride for?", the ceremony swiftly ended as the intimate guests of 130 were escorted down the aisle of trees, passing the Marie Antoinette-inspired champaign tower. Landing into the reception cooridors where everybody was serenaded by the Ulysee's Band's bluesy melodys. As guests found their seats, Louis the XIV-inspired dinnerware, enormous gold candelabras, round busting floral arrangements of pinks, mauve, white roses, and peonies by Mark's Gardens. SRC Catering by Connie Armijo sprinkled the blissful day with magical beverages and delightful delicacies. From whimsical cotton candy martini's to braised beef short ribs in a cabernet reduction, parsnip puree and sautéed haricot vert, everybody was delectibly fulfilled. Moreno Sparkling Brut filled champagne flutes with a custom bride and groom selection for the bubbling couple. Father of the bride toasted as he boasted of not having to have asked for a better son-in-law and how delighted he is that his daughter is happy. Moreno was extra thoughtful as to make Nikki's non-alcoholic bottle and customized in over 600 Swarovzski crystals spelling their names. The adoring couple cut their Triple Berry cake from Sweet Lady Jane, Courtney's absolute favorite. Friends and family nibbled on the scrumptious cake and sweet delicacies from the golden desert bar w pink towers of Marie Antoinette inspired macaroon cone towers. The bride tossed her bouquet and off the Sixx's drove into the sunset."