Howard Stern was one of the celebrity guests - one of the few who knew about the wedding in advance. He joked on his SirusXM radio show on Monday that his wedding speech mostly consisted of complaints, starting with the seating.
He said: "The chairs were called 'poofs,' like little pillows. I’m six-foot-five. I said, ‘How come your chairs are higher than mine?’”
Stern also said he complained about their ban on cell phones.
He told them: "I don't want to take a picture of you two. I really don’t. I want my phone so after I finish this speech is can call my car and get outta here,” he said about not them allowing him to bring his cell phone into the wedding.
The reception menu has also been revealed. It included fettucine carbonara, chicken and fish. Guests sipped wine and ate strawberry vanilla wedding cake.
There was a lot of dancing to hits including: “Real Love” by Mary J. Blige, Michael Jackson’s “Billie Jean” and “Baby Got Back” by Sir-Mix-A-Lot.
The new issue of People, which is out on Thursday, says the couple had considered having a destination wedding but ultimately decided to have the ceremony at home.
Charlotte Triggs of People told INSIDE EDITION: "They decided to it in their backyard so their dog could be a part of it. They even sent their dog to the doggy spa that day."
As for Howard Stern, he did have some nice things to say during his speech.
“I said in my speech, if one of my daughters brought home a guy like Justin, I’d be very pleased,” he said.
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