Noel Gallagher continued partying until 7am after getting married.
The 44-year-old rocker tied the knot with long-term girlfriend Sara MacDonald at the Lime Wood Hotel in the New Forest, south England, on Saturday and the couple's guests – including musician Paul Weller, British comedian David Walliams and wife Lara Stone and actor John Simm – were happy to celebrate with the newlyweds until the following morning.
Despite the raucous partying, Noel and Sara – who have sons Donovan, three, and eight-month-old Sonny, together – ensured they didn't bother anyone else by splashing out £60,000 to ensure they had exclusive use of the hotel.
Noel wore a light grey suit with a white shirt and black tie to get married, while Sara wore a full-length vintage ivory gown before changing into a Tom Ford sequinned dress for the reception.
Pipers performed at the marriage service and then played as the newlyweds made their entrance to dinner, and the loved-up pair had their first dance to 'Be My Baby' by The Ronettes.
'Get him to the Greek' star Russell Brand acted as the best man and had guests in fits of laughter during his speech, which saw him poke fun at a night out he had with the former Oasis guitarist when George Michael's lover Kenny Goss tried to flirt with Noel.
Russell also mocked the rocker's job offer to work on 'The X Factor', revealing his oldest son Donovan demanded to speak to show chief Simon Cowell when he heard the music mogul was on the phone to his dad.
Later, the comic actor revealed the ‘Wonderwall’ hitmaker’s son wasn’t keen to party into the small hours like his rock star dad – who also has an 11-year-old daughter Anais, his chid from his first marriage to Meg Matthews.
The 36-year-old comedian – who is married to pop star Katy Perry, who was not at the nuptials - told The Sun newspaper: "Kids have the right attitude. After the service, Donovan said, 'Can we go home now? I want to watch 'Wacky Races'.’ "
Notably absent from the nuptials was Noel's estranged brother and former Oasis bandmate Liam Gallagher.
The singer was in Chicago on tour with his new band Beady Eye and had previously insisted he had not been invited to the ceremony.