Inside Calvin Harris and Vick Hope’s star-studded Glastonbury-themed wedding from lavish tents and food stalls to a firework show and special Nile Rodgers and Chic setlist
The chart-topping DJ, 39, married the radio and TV star, 33, in an outdoor ceremony at Hulne Priory in Alnwick, Northumberland.
Photos from the morning after the wedding show a glimpse inside the luxury and picturesque venue.
White teepees can be seen dotted around the grounds alongside 80 lavish tents where guests stayed the night.
Food stands were set up for the after-party, with one for pizza, one for burgers and a Nigerian stall, as Vick is half Nigerian on her mother’s side.
One large tent shows a number of rugs, cushions and beanbags laid out for guests to relax on.
Another marquee is set up with jungle-themed decorations, laden with plants, woven hanging baskets and a large giraffe statue.
Laminated signs placed around the grounds guided guests on where to go, while one declared mobile phones were strictly prohibited to ensure the couple’s privacy.
Nile Rodgers and Chic, who had been flown in from the US, performed at the raucous reception, with their equipment still left out.
A taped-up sign showed their setlist for the event, beginning with Luther Vandross’s 1981 song Never Too Much.
Hulne Priory is located in a walled park covering several thousand acres which belongs to the Duke of Northumberland and is close to Alnwick Castle.
The priory was a friary founded in 1240 and is a licensed wedding venue as well as playing host to live performances.
An insider revealed details of the couple’s romantic vows to The Sun, which a source said were ‘really emotional’.
They added that the marriage ceremony included poems like Ernest Hemingway’s If There’s Empty Spaces In Your Heart and Lori Eberhai’s Devoted.
The publication also revealed that the reception included a ten-minute firework display.
Just weeks ago, Vick enjoyed her boozy hen do as she partied with pals and even enjoyed a cheeky lap dance from some hunky men.
The radio star looked stunning in a white feathered mini dress in clips and glam snaps shared to social media.
For the hen do with her pals that they renamed her ‘hun do’ Vick enjoyed a swanky dinner at The Retreat Elcot Park in Newbury before a group of hunky men performed a strip tease as she giggled away and even gave one a playful spank on the bottom.
Calvin proposed to Vick with a huge diamond ring underneath a tree at his 138 acre Ibiza farm, Terra Masia after a five month romance.
But Vick recently revealed their love story actually goes all the way back to the early noughties when she was 19 – with the radio host rejecting Calvin’s advances when he was an up and coming DJ.
She said Calvin first made a move on her when he was enjoying his first flush of success with his hit Acceptable in the 80s back in 2007 – but she turned him down at the time.
‘It’s something that we laughed about on our first proper date. We still laugh about it now’, she told You Magazine.
Calvin went on to become one of the highest paid disk jockeys/producers, racking up an estimated £200-plus million fortune, with Vick previously admitting she was ‘shallow’ and had no idea he would turn into ‘an Adonis’.
Last year the We Found Love hitmaker and Vick went public with their relationship at the Chelsea Flower Show, after keeping their relationship secret.
While Vick said she is keeping the details of her engagement private, she said it was a ‘very special moment’ and that ‘it was… perfect.’
The television star also spoke about why she has decided to keep her relationship with Calvin mostly private.
She said: ‘We don’t really put anything on social media because the time we have together is ‘real life’ and it’s our own. For the first time in a long time, I’m finishing work and going home to a life that is just mine. I’m learning to find balance and peace.’
When asked if entering a multi-million pound world has altered her perspective – especially as she didn’t have a wealthy background growing up, Vick remains focused on her own career – rather than riding off the curtails of Calvin’s success.
She said: ‘We both have very busy work schedules: I’ll join him when I can and then I come back for my work.’
Vick was jetting back and forth between Ibiza and the UK all summer to support her beau at his summer DJ season on the Island, while juggling her busy radio and TV schedule.
The happy couple split their time between Calvin’s 138 acre Ibiza farm and their London pad, and while Vick often follows her fiancé around the world for his DJ work, she admits she loves their ‘peaceful’ London life.
Vick reveals the couple love to cook ‘nutritious’ food together in the evenings, with both sticking to an organic, vegetable-rich diet.
While their busy schedules mean they don’t sit down to eat until 9:30pm, Vick says she loves that they take the time to cook and eat together and talk.
Life with Calvin over the past year has shifted Vick’s priorities in life she admitted, explaining: ‘I’ve still got lots of career goals but now I also have strong aspirations in my personal life.’
‘I want to have a life that is peaceful and happy, surrounded by loved ones, and make time for them,’ she admits of her changing priorities.
‘These things were never high on my list of priorities before, but they have taken over now. That’s more important than being on the telly all the time.’
Vernon Kay, Chris Stark, Scott Mills and Roman Kemp led the celebrity revellers catching a train back from the wedding of the summer.
Ever the joker, Vernon, 49, wrapped an arm around Scott’s shoulders, before the latter, 50, was seen looking tender with his head in his hands.
Meanwhile, Roman, 30, was holding a bottle of water as they stood at the station following the big bash on Saturday night.