Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore Wedding

Ashton Kitcher and Demi Moore at Their Wedding

Beverly Hills, California

September 24, 2005

Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore were married in an intimate ceremony on September 24, 2005. The traditional Kabbalah wedding took place at the couple’s Beverly Hills home at 10 p.m. Forty-five guests were in attendance, including Moore’s three daughters and her ex-husband, Bruce Willis. Also on hand were Wilmer Valderama, Lucy Liu and Soleil Moon Frye. Guests valet parked at Ashton’s former bachelor pad a few miles away and were shuttled to the couple’s new home for the wedding.

Once inside, guests were led into the living room covered in votive candles and orchids floating in cylindrical vases. Demi walked down the aisle in a white, off-the-rack Lanvin gown. Ashton wore a cream colored Brooks Brothers suit with a fedora.

The couple recited self-written promises to one another under a chuppah. The vows were officiated by Rabbi Eitan Yardeni. Ashton reportedly shed tears.

Following the ceremony, the couple enjoyed a powder blue vanilla bean cake.

The newlyweds honeymooned in Barcelona, Spain at the Hotel Rey Juan Carlos, combining work with pleasure — Demi was shooting a commercial for a Spanish sparkling wine.

Categories Celebrity Weddings
Tags 2005, Ashton Kutcher, At Home Wedding, Beverly Hills, Brooks Brothers, Chuppah, Demi Moore, Jewish Wedding, Kabbalah Wedding, Lanvin, Los Angeles Wedding, Off-The-Rack Dress, Rabbi Eitan Yardeni, Secret Wedding, September

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