Their wedding is “a great
thing,” says a source close to Kutcher, adding that the
pair (in March) “seem to be soulmates and super happy.”
Moore’s dress pick for the big
day? A cream Lanvin gown.
In the end, it didn’t happen in Israel, at Bruce Willis’s house on Parrot Cay or at any of the other far-flung locales that had long been rumored as potential wedding sites for Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher. Instead, on Sept. 24, the couple of two years quietly exchanged vows in their own Beverly Hills home, joined by 100 close friends and relatives, in a ceremony that honored the duo’s Kabbalah beliefs.
Standing beneath a chuppah, or Jewish marriage canopy, the pair repeated blessings led by Rabbi Eitan Yardeni, Moore’s longtime Kabbalah teacher, and exchanged wedding bands designed by jeweler Neil Lane.