Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt tied the knot on August 23 at their French estate, and now, the couple is offering a glimpse into their sweet ceremony.
Speaking to People, Angelina revealed that the couple's six children were heavily involved in the intimate wedding (their drawings were hand-stitched onto Angelina's Versace dress) and they penned their parents' vows.
"The children wrote vows and asked us to make promises to each other," Angelina told the mag. "It was very sweet what they came up with."
For the 39-year-old bride's "something borrowed," the actress wore a flower ring that belonged to her late mother, Marcheline Bertrand, on her right hand. Brad, 50, wore a tie from one his sons, according to the mag.
As for the music, Angelina walked down the aisle to the sound of the couple's 20 guests humming "Here Comes The Bride."
The pair maintained tradition when it came to the groom not seeing the bridal gown until the ceremony.
"Brad didn't see the dress until the moment of the wedding," Angelina told the mag.
As previously reported on AccessHollywood.com, Angelina was walked down the aisle by sons Maddox and Pax, while daughters Zahara and Vivienne tossed flower petals during the ceremony. Shiloh and Knox served as the couple's ring bearers.
-- Erin O'Sullivan
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