All the reported details of Jennifer Lawrence's Rhode Island wedding

PHOTO: Actress Jennifer Lawrence smiles before Diors Ready To Wear Spring-Summer 2020 collection, unveiled during the fashion week, in Paris, Sept. 24, 2019.PlayFrancois Mori/AP,FILE
WATCH Celebs turn out for Jennifer Lawrence’s wedding

Jennifer Lawrence and Cooke Maroney reportedly tied the knot in a Saturday ceremony in Rhode Island.

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People reports that the ceremony was well-attended by Hollywood elite, including Emma Stone, Amy Schumer, Ashley Olsen, Kris Jenner and Adele. In all, 150 guests celebrated with the happy couple.

However, the guest list isn't what's making the news -- it's the food the happy couple served up during their fantastic reception.

Beyond trays of smoked fish and beef roasting on open fire spits, there were also two food trucks there: Boston's Baddest Burger and Sandwich Company.

The owner of Boston's Baddest Burger Food Truck revealed he had no idea he was catering the event for such a famous client. Kevin Tortorella told People he was told days before the reception to go to a "specific address in Rhode Island." He soon learned he wasn't working a regular gig.

"When I got there, the roads were sidelined with paparazzi, and that’s when I started to be clued in," he said.

The trucks rolled up around 11 p.m. and parked outside the reception, which was held at the famous mansion Belcourt of Newport.

Considering Lawrence earned her adoring fans in part due to her quirky food obsession -- chili pizza sandwich, anyone? -- the wedding menu is definitely on-brand for the Oscar winner.