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Natasha Bedingfield's Wedding Booklet

Mar. 23 2009, Published 5:38 a.m. ET

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We were first to tell you that British pop star Natasha Bedingfield was getting married, now is the first to show you a page out of their playful wedding booklet that was passed out to guests at their weekend nuptials.

Bedingfield wed film executive Matt Robinson Saturday in the Church Estates Vineyard in Malibu, California .

The couple passed out a wedding booklet to their 150 guests, and one page shows a  charming, child-like drawing that depicts how Natasha met  Matt  and how they fell in love .

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The page shows the happy couple with the famous Hollywood sign behind them.

The page reads: 

"Once upon a time there was a popstar girl who met a filmmaker boy and fell deeply in love. They were from two different countries across the Atlantic

sea. Time and again they traveled to far away lands just to get a glimpse of each other. This love was something special.  So special they decided to tie the

knot and get married: on the first day of spring two thousand and nine. This day is today.  When the orange trees are in full bloom, the grass is fresh and


green and the birds fill the air with singing, we're reminded that love is a gift; greater than any distance."

The drawing is signed "we love you" from their family and friends.

The bride wore a stapless Vera Wang wedding dress . Guests dined on lamb and salmon and the wedding cake was made of chocolate. 

Right now, the couple is honeymooning in Hawaii.

Click Here to view more photos of this fabulous affair!



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