Eva & Tony Wedding Photos Revealed!

Eva & Tony's wedding photos in OK Magazine hit newstands Eva & Tony's wedding photos in OK Magazine hit newstands

The first photos. The star-studded guest list…and the continuing wedding cake controversy!

For months, Eva and Tony did a bang-up job of keeping their wedding specifics quiet. Today, all the details are uncovered on Eva Longoria and Tony Parker’s fairy tale wedding day!

“Every girl dreams of having a beautiful, romantic wedding,” Eva told OK! magazine. “It was amazing to see it unfold after months of planning. We really wanted to create an experience for our guests. It was about them having fun.”

Eva Longoria’s dream wedding photos revealed!

The beaming bride — in her reported $75,000 Angel Sanchez gown — gazing up into her groom Tony Parker’s eyes.



And Eva posing with Tony for the cover of OK! Magazine.

Guest Sheryl Crow told OK! that the wedding was “magical.” Eva’s “Desperate Housewives” co-star Felicity Huffman described it as “blessed.”

Longoria, who will keep her last name for now, said : “As lavish as it was, it was quite simple, traditional, and personal.”

And there were no “bridezilla” moments for Eva! She remained calm.

“It’s so funny when people kept saying those bridezilla comments,” said Eva. “My stylist Robert Verdi and everybody around me was like, ‘You’re so calm.’ I actually don’t stress about anything.”

Her only sad moment was in wishing that new mom to 4-month twins, Marcia Cross, could’ve been there (Cross was unable to travel with the babies).

No kids just yet for the newlyweds, although Eva told OK! that they both come from big families, so they’ll eventually want a lot of them!

As for the wedding’s color theme? RED!

From the nine bridesmaid gowns, to the red bus Eva’s guests boarded for the 34-mile ride to the Chateau de le Vaux Vicomte for the reception, to the red, 5-tier wedding cake!

The vanilla-bean pound cake was flown over 5,000 miles from “Perfect Endings” in Napa Valley — despite Tony’s claim that it would be made in Paris.

Lined with red roses, the cake was filled with crushed raspberry preserves, and topped with white chocolate buttercream frosting.

And by the way — if you’re a talented cake maker, Perfect Endings is looking for you. They’re hiring!

log on to www.perfectendings.com for details.

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