Who attended? What did Angie's dress look like? And, of course, how much did it all cost?
Well, unfortunately Mr. and Mrs. Brangelina are continuing to keep a tight lid on most of the details, but here's what we know so far:
The dress: Guests say Angie's dress was "very traditional, but very Angie, it was comfortable but plain white floor-length antique lace and silk." Angie apparently went so old-school that she even rocked a veil. Surprising stuff from a woman who used to wear a vial of her brother's blood around her neck!
The kids' clothes: Angie once said that her kids were her wedding planners, so naturally all six participated in the ceremony. A source says: "The boys all wore tiny matching cream linen suits which just like Brad's, while the girls has each chosen a dress to match their own style."
The cost: Amazingly, insiders say the wedding was "practically free." The ceremony took place on Brad and Angie's own property, their personal chef made the food, and there were only about 22 guests. We guess it's easy to marry on the cheap when you've got your own chef and chateau!
Other details: The newlyweds' rings were designed by famed jeweler Robert Procop (Brad reportedly assisted in the process). Brad and Angie exchanged handwritten vows, and the menu consisted of "local hams, cheeses, freshly caught sea bass, Italian pastas and champagne, as well as Chateau Miraval rose wine."
There were also three different types of cakes that were, of course, picked out by the kids.