Supermodel Kate Moss and rockstar husband Jamie Hince are expected to continue their post-nuptial celebrations following their star-studded wedding ceremony.
The newlyweds, who married in a Cotswolds village on Friday, are said to be throwing a three-day festival-themed party for guests after tying the knot.
It is believed the extended "round-the-clock" festivities are taking place at Moss's sprawling rural estate, where a series of six interconnected marquees have been erected.
The couple married at St Peter's Church in Southrop, with police and security-guarded road blocks surrounding the quaint village to keep the media at bay.
Moss, 37, wore an elegant sleeveless ivory dress with gold detailing, reportedly created by disgraced designer John Galliano, teaming it with a long veil accessorised with a floral headband.
Hince, of rock band The Kills, wore a pale grey suit, which he matched with dark sunglasses following the formalities.
Outside the church, they posed for pictures for the waiting media alongside their bridesmaids, including Moss's daughter Lila, who were dressed in ivory.
They wore broad smiles, with Moss laughing as her new husband made a "rock" sign with his hand.
The couple shared a long kiss before getting into Moss's Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow to be driven back to her home in nearby Little Faringdon. The newlyweds waved as the car left, the Rolling Stones playing on its stereo.
Guests at the wedding included actors Sadie Frost and Jude Law, whose children are thought to have been in the wedding party, Topshop boss Philip Green, Moss's former partner Jefferson Hack - the father of her daughter - and Mick Jones from punk band The Clash, who is believed to have performed at the reception.