Pitt, Aniston Wed in Malibu

ByABC News
July 29, 2000, 8:33 AM

July 30 -- Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston tied the knot Saturday in a lavish sunset cermony that reportedly cost $1 million.

About 200 guests attended the nuptials at an a Southern California bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean. The ceremony was at an estate owned by television executive Marcy Carsey.

Lots of Friends Attended

Guests seen going into the Malibu estate included actressCameron Diaz and Anistons Friends co-stars, including MatthewPerry, David Schwimmer, Lisa Kudrow and Courtney Cox-Arquette (with her husband,actor David Arquette).

Ed Norton, who co-starred with Pitt in Fight Clubattended with Selma Hayek as his date.

Aniston wore a floor-length white satin silk gown designed byLawrence Steele, according to a press statement. Her ivory-colored,suede high-heel sandals were designed by shoemaker Manolo Blahnikfor Steele. The bridesmaids wore pale green silk chiffon slipdresses with pale tafetta mules.

Pitt wore a black tuxedo designed by Hedi Slimane. Hisattendants wore black tuxedos designed by Prada.

The celebration continued into the night as heart-shapedfireworks were set off over the Pacific.

Helicopters buzzed overhead for days before the event as a largewhite tent mushroomed at the location to ensure privacy. Butairspace was restricted over the site during the actual ceremonyfor Pitt, 36, and Aniston, 31.

The event cost $1 million, according to widespread mediareports, including $100,000 for security, $75,000 for flowers and$20,000 for fireworks. A publicist did not immediately confirmthose reports.

Carseys home sits next to another that recently sold for $27 million, KABC-TV in Los Angeles reports.

Apparent voyeurs approached the site by ship, but those travelling by car had a tough time getting a look at the event. No parking signs are posted near the site, and the Los Angeles County sheriff has been asked to provide traffic and air space control at the location. ABCNEWS Radio adds that the guests were asked to sign confidentiality agreements.