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Kevin Jonas' fairytale bride
Kevin Jonas bought his new wife glass slippers to wear at their wedding so she could feel like Cinderella.
The Jonas Brothers singer wed Danielle Deleasa in a romantic ceremony on December 19 and he was determined to give the nuptials a fairytale feel.
He told People magazine: "I knew that my princess needed her glass slippers and her castle. I've never seen a more beautiful bride."
The couple - who had been dating for two years - held their wedding breakfast in a heated marquee decorated with an enchanted forest and icicle-shaped crystal decorations.
Danielle added: "I always wanted my wedding to have that princess feel. I couldn't have imagined this."
The wedding went ahead despite a blizzard threatening to ruin the nuptials, and was attended by 400 family members and friends, including Demi Lovato, who starred with The Jonas Brothers in 'Camp Rock'.
Danielle - who was led down the aisle by her father, Thomas Deleasa - also wore a silk-and-crystal flower in her hair because she was wearing one when she met Kevin in the Bahamas in 2007.
Kevin's brothers, Joe, 20, and Nick, 17, served as his best men, while the bride and groom recited traditional vows and exchanged Jacob and Co. wedding rings they'd designed for one another.Posted on 31 Dec 2009 10:30 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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