Christina's Big Night

Christina's Big Night
"It was stunning, very magical, and everyone had an amazing evening," says a wedding guest. Left, Aguilera and Bratman celebrate at their April engagement party.
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11/23/2005 AT 04:00 PM EST

If Christina Aguilera experienced any wedding-day jitters on Nov. 19, she certainly didn't show it. Primping in her 1,800-sq.-ft. suite at the Auberge du Soleil resort overlooking California's Napa Valley, the singer was flatout giddy. "They were playing girlie pop music and having tons of fun," a source says of Aguilera and her bridesmaids, who wore matching pink sweatsuits (the bride's was white). "There was a lot of giggling as if they were getting ready for the night of their lives."

The night didn't disappoint. Estimated to have cost $2 million, the wedding of Aguilera, 24, and music executive Jordan Bratman, 28, was "simply spectacular," says an observer at the event, which had everything from a chandelier crafted from 2,500 crystals to a five-tier chocolate cake topped by hundreds of sugar flowers.

The nuptials, at the Staglin Family Vineyard in Rutherford, Calif., capped three days of festivities, including wine tastings and a Japanese rehearsal dinner. "It was an incredible weekend," says another source. "Everyone was blown away."

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