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ROBERT EVANS

“I believed they would be together for the rest of their lives — I was so sad when they broke up.”

Brad and Jen had the perfect wedding

Shooting Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston’s July 29, 2000, wedding was “a once-in-a-lifetime experience

for me,” California photographer Robert Evans tells In ouch about the day the stars pledged their love at a private estate in Malibu overlooking the Pacific Ocean. “One moment I will never forget is watching Brad get ready. He was a little nervous, but mostly calm. Just before the ceremony, he had his

  • A PRIVATE AFFAIR FOR 200 GUESTS

Lanterns and brown-sugar candles fromThailand illuminated the reception tent, which held 50,000 flowers, four bands and a dance floor.

knees on the back of a couch, bent over on a windowsill, writing his vows out — wearing just pants. Amazing memories. I was also with Jen right before she walked down the aisle — it was so important to her that Brad

didn’t see her dress ahead of time. She didn’t want there to be any bad luck.” Adds Evans, “After I gave them the photos, Brad and Jen were very gracious and sent wine and a lovely thank-you note.”

56 IN TOUCH AUGUST 17, 2009

LEFT PAGE: MICHAEL SANVILLE/WIREIMAGE; RIGHT PAGE, TOP: EMMEVI/FLYNE ; BOTTOM LEF : EUGENIO BLASIO /OLYCOM/SIPA; BOTTOM RIGH : ANTHONY VASQUEZ PHOTOGRAPHY

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