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Jessica Simpson and Eric Johnson’s walk down the aisle! Ashlee Simpson and her mom, Tina, dancing at the reception! A full view of the stunning reception tent!
In PEOPLE’s exclusive video, get an inside and intimate peek at Simpson’s “magical” July 5 wedding at the San Ysidro Ranch in Montecito, California.
At around the one-minute mark, Simpson’s father, Joe, introduces “Mr. and Mrs. Eric Johnson” to the 275 guests gathered. Then watch the happy newlyweds make their way down the aisle to the score from the 1998 film adaptation of Great Expectations.
The sweetest moment of all? Simpson kisses her husband’s hand as they share a loving glance.
For the reception, celebrity event planner Mindy Weiss worked with the bride to create a party space inspired by the Great Expectations movie as well. “She really wanted to have that feeling in the movie when they’re dancing,” says Weiss of the film featuring Gwyneth Paltrow and Ethan Hawke.
“There were so many flowers,” Weiss, who enlisted Mark’s Garden for the event, tells PEOPLE. “There was green amaranthus just hanging from branches that were over the tables. It looked like a beautiful ballroom in the middle of a forest.”
And from the looks of it, the dance floor was full with guests such as Donald Faison and Cacee Cobb tearing it up to the live band.
“We had a huge band,” says Simpson. “Everyone was having the time of their lives.”
Jessica Simpson‘s incredibly romantic wedding was this weekend — and once we stopped talking about the dress, the veil, the shoes and her very fancy wedding party, we (of course) had to discuss that hair.
Celebrity hair colorist Rita Hazan, who has been working with Simpson for about 15 years, gave us the exclusive scoop on how she got the star’s signature blonde strands sleek, shiny and absolutely perfect for her July 5 wedding to Eric Johnson.
To complement Simpson’s elegant champagne-colored Carolina Herrera gown, Hazan had only one option for the star: blonde. “Jessica just had to be blonde. She looks her best as a blonde,” Hazan tells PEOPLE exclusively.
And not just any shade of blonde: inspiration for the hue came directly from Simpson’s two-year-old daughter, Maxwell. “I wanted her hair to be timeless, so the color was more of a baby blonde [to match] Maxwell’s color, with subtle highlights that blend into her hair,” Hazan said.
To coordinate with the timing of the ceremony, Hazan began prepping Simpson’s tresses six months in advance by traveling to Los Angeles to do single process color and highlights each month. She made sure to schedule her final touch-up the week of the wedding for that perfectly glossy shade.
Hazan’s top priority? Creating dimension to ensure the color “didn’t look fake.” Hazan explains that each step in the coloring process is crucial in order to keep the color natural-looking — and to make sure that Simpson didn’t appear washed-out against her pale dress. “Highlight placement is important, and the tone is the most important. It has to be perfect: not too pale and not too golden,” she says.
To keep the hue intact before the big day, Hazan had Simpson apply the colorist’s own Ultimate Shine Color Gloss in “Breaking Brass” each time she shampooed, along with a conditioning treatment the week of the wedding.
With such extensive hair prep, it’s no wonder the star looked picture-perfect on her big day!
For their romantic July 5 nuptials, Jessica Simpson and Eric Johnson focused on one thing.
“It’s all about family for us,” Simpson tells PEOPLE in this week’s cover story, in which the newlyweds talk about their favorite wedding memories for the first time – and share 27 exclusive photos.
So for the big day, the bride asked her mom, Tina, and her sister, Ashlee, to be her maids of honor. Johnson’s father, Stephen, stepped in as best man, while Ashlee’s fiancé, Evan Ross, was one of 11 groomsmen. (Simpson had 12 bridesmaids!)
Plus, the pair exchanged traditional vows during a nondenominational ceremony officiated by Simpson’s dad, Joe.
But it was their kids – 2-year-old flower girl Maxwell and 1-year-old ring bearer Ace – who stole the show.
“Before I walked out, I kept hearing all the applause, so my kids got standing ovations!” says the proud mom, 33.
By the time Simpson made her entrance, however, a hush fell over the 275 guests gathered at the San Ysidro Ranch in Montecito, California, and there were audible gasps as people caught a glimpse of the bride in her stunning Carolina Herrera wedding gown.
“I saw my gorgeous wife coming towards me and she was crying,” says Johnson, 34, who wore a custom charcoal gray John Varvatos tuxedo. “I think my heart was exploding a little bit.”
Simpson felt the same way throughout her wedding day: “It’s so surreal. This has been something we’ve wanted ever since we met.”
Click on the video below to see how Simpson styled her entire bridal party!