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Reese Witherspoon's Star-Studded Farm Wedding

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Reese Witherspoon’s love for her Ojai, California farm was clearly expressed last weekend as the chosen site of her nuptials to entertainment agent Tim Roth.

The 35-year-old’s second wedding (she divorced actor Ryan Phillippe in 2006) took place at the six-acre ranch in front of family members, friends — and a bunch of horses, chickens and pigs.

In a 2009 interview, she said she purchased the property just outside Los Angeles because it reminded her of her childhood in Tennessee. “We have chickens and we grow cucumbers and tomatoes. I love it.”

According to US Weekly, the affair was decidedly farm-inspired.

“The outdoor decor included lanterns and chandeliers hanging from trees, mismatched antique chairs and distressed benches set throughout the property, a wood plank dance floor, antique leather sofas, jute rugs, wago wheels and Turkish textile pillows. Different arrangements of white, blush and lavender flowers were set up on each table in mason jars, fish catcher lanterns and antique pots. And large moss-covered pots with lavender were set up all over the estate.”

Sounds beautiful, right? Celebrities in attendance included Renée Zellweger, Salma Hayek, Sean Penn, Scarlett Johansson, Tobey Maguire, Robert Downey Jr. and others. Congrats to Reese and Tim!

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