Gwyneth Paltrow has shared the first photographs from her wedding to Brad Falchuk, labeling their nuptials as "the best day of our lives".
The couple were married in September at Paltrow's Hamptons residence, with 70 guests in attendance.
Sharing the first photograph from their wedding day to her Instagram account, Paltrow caption the image of them walking down the aisle, "Took me a minute to get it together, but at long last, for those who have requested, a little look inside the best day of our lives. #thefaltrows."
On her lifestyle website Goop, Paltrow shared 48 images from her big day, including her Iron Man co-star Robert Downey Jr giving a speech, director Steven Spielberg arriving with a video camera in hand, and the bride busting some moves with actor Rob Lowe.
Cameron Diaz, Benji Madden and Derek Blasberg were among the other famous faces at the celebration.
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Accompanying the gallery of images on her website was a short insight into their celebrations.
"The revelry started the night before with a rehearsal dinner, where wedding guests dined alfresco under a canopy of bistro lights," the post reads.
"And for the big day: perfect weather, a superlative dinner, a dance party for the ages, and a dress that defies adjectives.
"Hours later, when the last guest went home and the last champagne flute was cleared away, the day ended as it began—with beauty, love, and two very happy people."
Paltrow and Falchuk began dating in 2014 and used the cover of Goop's magazine to announce their engagement in January this year.
Despite documenting much of her life on her website, the Oscar winning actress previously revealed that she was unsure if she would share her wedding day with her fans when the time came.
"I don't know if I'll share it or not. I think it's always a fine line of having something that is just yours but also being celebratory so we'll see," Paltrow said.