Sunday, October 24, 2010

Katy Perry Wedding Pictures: Perry, Russell Brand Wedding Photos Online

Check out the first Katy Perry wedding pictures online, with a look at some of Perry and Russell Brand’s Indian wedding photos.'

Katy Perry and Russell Brand were married in India over the weekend, with 85 guests in attendance. While Katy Perry wedding pictures have not yet surfaced online of her wedding gown, Perry/Brand wedding photos showing some of the guests are starting to trickle online.

Katy Perry and Russell Brand got engaged at the same location that they held their wedding ceremony. Pretty romantic!
Pictures of guests arriving
Katy Perry/Russell Brand wedding guests on safari
We’ll keep the Katy Perry wedding pictures coming as they’re available online – from her wedding dress, to what the groom wore and more!
Katy and Russell released the following statement following their wedding, saying they were “pronounced Mr. and Mrs. Brand on Saturday, October 23. The very private and spiritual ceremony, attended by the couples’ closest family and friends was performed by a Christian minister and longtime friend of the Hudson Family. The backdrop was the inspirational and majestic countryside of Northern India.”
100 paparazzi were on hand to try and capture the first Katy Perry wedding pictures, but their moonlight ceremony and need for privacy at the event kept photogs at bay. No media folks were allowed inside the sacred ceremony, but reports say the wedding involved camels, elephants, horses and dancers were on hand for the event.Yesterday, singer-actress Katy Perry wed boyfriend Russell Brand in a secret wedding ceremony in India. Early reports of the event are stating that it was a Hindu ceremony with both bride and groom dressed in traditional Indian attire.
So, where are the photos?
So far, no photos of the event have been released, at least just yet. As with other big stars, Perry was able to see to the fact that her wedding was indeed private. The location itself, India, undoubtedly helped keep the news media away. However, that's not top say that some celebrity reporters didn't try to crash the ceremony, though. In fact, one of Brand's bodyguards actually attacked a photographer while the couple was on safari. However, an apology was made and no charges were filed.

However, when it comes to the real news, namely the wedding, the eager public will have to wait for when official photos are released to the media.

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