Though Rose McGowan is known for her flashy style on the red carpet, the actress wowed in a very traditional white wedding gown when she tied the knot on Saturday in a romantic and ethereal ceremony.
The actress, 40, and artist Davey Detail were married on the lawn of the Paramour Mansion Saturday, her rep confirmed to PEOPLE exclusively. The ceremony was performed by a rabbi outdoors under a chuppah of McGowan’s design in front of 60 guests.
McGowan’s strapless A-line silk Monique Lhuillier creation featured a corset and Chantilly lace draped with a fine tulle overlay, and the waistline of the dress was accented with a knot detail cascading into the skirt.
She finished her bridal look with a raw edge chapel-length tulle veil and Jimmy Choo shoes and walked down the aisle solo to “The Song to the Siren” by This Mortal Coil.
After the ceremony, guests flowed into the intimate garden of the Paramour Mansion for the dinner reception, where DJ Madison Stewart spun tunes.
Inside the bash – planned by Amber Gustafson – miniature custom terrariums with name tags served as both seating assignments and party favors, and a dinner buffet included Southern comfort food staples such as fried chicken and waffles, ribeye steak and cajun creamed corn.
The table florals dripped with maiden hair fern and amaranthus in vintage brass vases and guests were seated on mismatched dark wood tables and chairs.
A custom cake by Fantasy Frosting that was a replicate of McGowan’s parents’ wedding cake added a sweet touch. One final surprise at the very end of the night? A bouncy house!
Hell to the yeah! I’m a Mrs.! What?!AWESOME! Love to you all!!!!! – Rose McGowan via Twitter
That’s right! Our Rose married her love, artist Davey Detail last night in Los Angeles. We wish the insanely gorgeous and equally talented couple all the best as they embark on their life together.
E! News has some details regarding Rose and Davey’s wedding:
Rose McGowan is officially off the market!
The 40-year-old former Charmed star tied the knot with artist Davey Detail outdoors at the Paramour Mansion in Los Angeles Saturday, E! News has confirmed.
A source tells E! News, the ceremony was “enchanting and magical,” adding that the couple wed in front of about 60 people–all close friends and immediate family of the bride and groom.
The wedding took place on a lawn underneath a chuppah, with McGowan walking down the aisle with her hair up, looking stunning in a Monique Lhullier gown. Detail, meanwhile, wore a black suit.
McGowan gave a big hint that she might wear a dress from the famed designer on her big day, when she was spotted stopping by Monique Lhuillier’s boutique the day before her nuptials.
Following the ceremony, guests enjoyed cocktails by the pool while the husband and wife duo posed for wedding pictures.
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In support of Pulmonary Fibrosis Awareness Month, Boehringer Ingelheim and the Coalition for Pulmonary Fibrosis (CPF) are teaming up to raise awareness of idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, or IPF, a progressive and fatal disease that causes permanent scarring of the lungs, difficulty breathing, and prevents oxygen from getting to the body. This collaboration also features actress Rose McGowan, who is best known for her leading role in the hit television series Charmed. Rose knows first-hand the devastating effects of IPF, as a result of her father’s diagnosis with the disease a few years ago.
“My dad was always a very active, healthy man who enjoyed long hikes, so I knew that something was wrong when he couldn’t take three steps across the room without becoming breathless,” Rose McGowan, actress and advocate for IPF awareness, said. “Despite how hard I pushed, it took almost a year for my father to receive a diagnosis of IPF. I felt so helpless as I watched his health rapidly decline. I believe that if there had been more awareness about IPF, my dad may have been diagnosed sooner and would not have suffered so much so quickly.”
IPF affects as many as 132,000 Americans. Although recognizing the disease is the first step to a timely diagnosis, misdiagnoses often occur because IPF symptoms are similar to other respiratory diseases like COPD and asthma, and to congestive heart failure.
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Rose McGowan’s representative confirmed to E! News on Monday that she is “happily engaged” to artist Davey Detail of the art collective Cyrcle. Rose and Davey have been dating since early 2012.
On behalf of all the fans, we’d like to say congratulations to the lovely couple on the happy news!
This September marks a momentous milestone for our favorite leading lady Rose McGowan – her 40th birthday!
We feel that for this special birthday, Rose deserves an extra-special gift to mark the occasion. Here at Rose-McGwan.com, we will be honoring Rose by raising funds for a cause very close to her heart and by compiling a unique booklet consisting of your fan art and birthday messages. Please read on for details on how to contribute!
Fundraising for the Coalition for Pulmonary Fibrosis
After having tragically lost her father, artist Daniel McGowan, to Pulmonary Fibrosis in 2008, Rose has been working tirelessly to raise global awareness about the debilitating disease. As an Ambassador for The Coalition for Pulmonary Fibrosis (CPF)
and the Chair of the Daughters of PF, Rose’s personal mission has been to inform as many people as possible about the symptoms of the disease, raising awareness in an effort to eventually find a cure.
We at Rose-McGowan.com are working together with the CPF to raise funds in Rose’s honor, as a birthday gift for her this year. With Rose having positively affected so many peoples’ lives throughout the world, let’s take this opportunity to give something back this year!
You may donate through our FirstGiving fundraising page. Please donate any funds you can, large or small, and we can all work together to truly make this a birthday to remember!
Fan Art & Appreciation Booklet
We’ve also decided to compile a unique Fan Art & Appreciation booklet as a souvenir for Rose from the staff and visitors of Rose-McGowan.com, to accompany your donations to the Coalition for Pulmonary Fibrosis. To get an idea of this, you can read up and view photos of our 2009 birthday scrapbook, which was a great success.
What we’re needing from you, is to email us some of your drawings and artworks with an accompanying brief description of each one, why you did the artwork and how, as well as a brief birthday message to Rose herself to go along with the donations to CPF.
Artworks can obviously feature Rose; perhaps drawings of her Bostons (and Sasquatch!); maybe even something sentimental that Rose herself is a fan of – we all know she has a penchant for Old Hollywood stars – just an idea! So send along a birthday message/poem, maybe even a photograph of yourself with some of your Rose memorabilia – whatever you think she will appreciate, so she knows just how much respect, love and support we have for her and her work!
All entries must include your name, and where you are from as these will be included in the booklet as well.
The book will be delivered to Rose in September, so rest-assured that the lady herself will get to see all of your beautiful artworks and messages.
A list of those who have donated will be given pride of place at the very beginning of the booklet, so Rose will see exactly who has participated in the donation drive. If you donated and are on Twitter, you may include your Twitter handle as well.
Please send along all artwork and accompanying messages to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject: ROSE-McGOWAN.COM BIRTHDAY BOOK. The deadline for submissions is September 1, 2013!
Remember to be creative and have fun!
Now, let’s show Rose that we really mean HAPPY 40th BIRTHDAY!