Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner have made it official… again! The singer and the Game of Thrones actress exchanged vows in a second, formal wedding ceremony in France on Saturday, June 29.
The couple hosted several events leading up the wedding day starting last Friday, June 21, when they ventured out to enjoy a meal together in Paris. They had previously announced that they would be marrying in France, even sending lavish save-the-dates to their guests to preview the nuptials ahead.
Family slowly arrived throughout the week. The couple enjoying a boat cruise in Paris with a group of loved ones and friends, including actor Wilmer Valderrama.
On Friday, June 28, the couple welcomed all of their loved ones with a lavish white party as their official welcome dinner. Guests included Ashley Graham and other notable family members all convening inside the venue in Avignon, France. While everyone else showed up in head-to-toe white, the bride and groom both stood out in red.
The wedding ceremony took place the following day in Sarrians in the South of France, according to E! News. A source told the outlet that the color scheme included glass candles, white floral arrangements and more. The reception, meanwhile, took place at the lavish Château de Tourreau, where the couple has been staying for a few days.
Turner’s best friend Maisie Williams served as the maid of honor against Jonas’s choice of his famous brothers and bandmates Nick Jonas and Kevin Jonas as his groomsmen.
This was Jonas and Turner’s second wedding after the couple opted to marry in an impromptu ceremony at the Little White Wedding Chapel in Las Vegas last month. The moment was foiled, unfortunately, by their famous pal Diplo, who live-streamed the ceremony on Instagram Stories.
“Joe had this idea that he wanted to do this [after the Billboard Awards],” sister-in-law Priyanka Chopra told Access a week later. “He had these little black cards that we all got and we were randomly inviting our friends, like, people that we met. We were like, ‘OK, we’re going to the chapel right from here, please arrive.’”
The couple had to first get legally married in the States in order for their marriage in France to be recognized by local country laws.