- Jennifer Lawrence married art dealer Cooke Maroney at the historical Belcourt Mansion on Saturday.
- Belcourt Mansion is a Gilded-Age mansion in Newport, Rhode Island that was modeled after 17th-century French King Louis XIII's hunting lodge at Versailles.
- It is now owned by bangle mogul Carolyn Rafaelian, who purchased the property in 2012 and has been renovating it ever since.
- Before the Lawrence-Maroney wedding, the mansion already had a star-studded history full of Vanderbilts, ghosts, and women's suffrage.
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Jennifer Lawrence married art dealer Cooke Maroney at the Belcourt Mansion in Newport, Rhode Island on Saturday.
Built by Gilded Age architect Richard Morris Hunt for socialite Oliver Belmont, the Belcourt Mansion was modeled after Louis XIII's hunting lodge at Versailles and is now owned by Alex and Ani founder Carolyn Rafaelian. She purchased the property in 2012 for $3.6 million and has been renovating it ever since.
The choice of hunting lodge as a wedding venue may strike some as a remarkably on-brand choice for Lawrence, whose role as bow-wielding Katniss Everdeen in "The Hunger Games" catapulted the actress to stardom.
Before Lawrence tied the knot there, the Belcourt Mansion already had a star-studded and storied history that includes Vanderbilts, romance, ghosts, and women's suffrage.
Here's the inside look: