Inside Details from Adam Levine’s Wedding

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Is it possible that Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo’s wedding reception was the most fun reception in the history of weddings? It might not be the most fun – because everyone thinks their own reception is the most fun – but it wasn’t a bad time. People are clamoring over the details and we have them for you. The couple wed in Mexico, dined on amazing food and had the best wedding music around – and that’s not up for debate.

After the couple said their vows in front of their closest friends and family members at the Flora Farms in Los Cabos, they headed indoors for their elaborate reception. The food was divine, according to sources. They had their choice of organic pork chops, beet salads, fresh fish and an organic ice cream cart. Once dinner was over, however, the people at the Levine/Prinsloo reception were ready to party.

“Everyone was having so much fun. Adam and Behati didn’t stop smiling the entire night,” said a source who was in attendance at the elaborate affair. Instead of one band or a DJ, the rocker’s band, Maroon 5, performed at the reception. At one point, both the bride and groom even hopped up on stage to perform with them. When Maroon 5 was enjoying the reception instead of singing, other musical guests took the stage. This included performances by Stevie Nicks and Sublime. It was certainly a reception to remember. Most couples have a cover band or DJ, not three major musical stars.

When they weren’t dancing, friends and family gathered to give speeches and had the entire room in tears from laughing so hard, says one wedding guest. The reception was decorated beautifully, with circular tables and large mango trees in addition to twinkling lights hung from the trees to look like fireflies dancing in the night.

(Photo by Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for GQ,)

Tiffany Raiford is an experienced writer with more than 7,000 published articles. A wife and mother, she spends her time playing with her little girls, reading, writing and attempting to keep her house clean.
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