Justin Theroux, Jennifer Aniston, Jennifer Meyer

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Married, at last!

By now you've heard the news: Jennifer Aniston wed Justin Theroux on August 5 in a surprise ceremony held at their Bel Air mansion with close friends (meaning more than a few megastars) and family in attendance. While we don't yet know what dress the bride wore for her nuptials (we do, however, have some good guesses), we've found out that the bride and groom exchanged stunning rings designed by someone very close to home and heart.

That's right: E! News has confirmed that both Jen and Justin's rings were designed by their close friend, Mrs. Tobey Maguire and jewelry designer to the stars, Jennifer Meyer. If Meyer sounds familiar, she should: Jennifer famously designed Courteney Cox's engagement ring (keeping it in the Friends group, we see), and has also crafted jewelry for Beyoncé, Jessica Biel and Blake Lively, among others.

Jennifer Meyer


Jennifer took to Instagram this morning, meanwhile, with a photo showing what may have been her wedding night attire—a one-shoulder cherry print dress with an asymmetric hemline.

"Last night in my favorite dress," she wrote alongside the sweet snap.

Paparazzi shots of Jennifer and Toby en route to Aniston and Theroux's home prove the couple were attendance.

Jennifer Aniston, Ring

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While we don't have pics of Jen and Justin's wedding bands yet, we can use our imaginations—for Jennifer, at least. The star's engagement ring featured a massive (and we mean massive) 8-carat radiant-cut diamond (worth an estimated $500,000) surrounded by a simple gold band.

We're sure the rings Meyer made are just as stunning—if not more.

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