From Us Weekly:
Everything’s bigger in Texas — especially celebrity weddings!
Texas native Matthew McConaughey and his love of six years Camila Alves tied the knot in Austin Saturday, the actor’s rep confirms to Us Weekly.
“There were about 100 of his close friends and family there,” one wedding guest tells Us of the “high-end,” campout-themed soiree. “[The ceremony] was very emotional. There was a moment when . . . [Matthew] leaned down and whispered something in [Camila's] ear and you could see a tear coming down her face. Everyone let out a collective sigh.”
Famous attendees at the nuptials included Woody Harrelson and filmmaker Richard Linklater. Following the ceremony, guests were given the option of celebrating all night long, camping out in state-of-the-art tents set up on McConaughey and Alves’ property.
“It’s definitely a campground, but they weren’t exactly roughing it,” one source explained. “They have showers, restrooms, and air conditioning. It’s very unique, high-end camping.”
I’ll admit, at first, I was like “whatever.” I mean, Matthew McConaughey is super attractive, and I do like a lot of his movies, and I’ll watch Camila host Shear Genius all day long, but their relationship just does not excite me. Like, if we were judging anticipation of celebrity weddings on a scale of one to ten, one being the least excited and ten being the most excited, Matthew and Camila’s wedding would have fallen right at one or two (for reference, Brad and Angelina’s wedding is around a five, and Miley’s wedding is undoubtedly a ten). But after hearing about it, it sounds like a pretty damn awesome wedding.
Just in case you don’t have the same picture in your head that I have, Matthew McConaughey’s wedding was like camping for the Quidditch World Cup, and you have the fanciest wizard tent, and Matthew McConaughey walks around shirtless and tipsy, but also Haymitch from Hunger Games is there. Let that sink in for a minute. That would be incredible, wouldn’t it?
I hope Miley’s started her wedding planning already. That’s all I’m going to say.