If you've been breathlessly awaiting details about Kevin Jonas and Danielle Deleasa's wedding earlier this month at Huntington's Oheka Castle, rest easy.
In its current issue, People magazine reveals a number of tidbits about the nuptials that took place Dec. 19 amid Long Island's record-setting blizzard.
For starters, Kevin gave Danielle a gift that seemed truly appropriate for someone marrying a Disney prince - a pair of glass slippers in her shoe size.
"I knew that my princess needed her glass slippers and her castle," Jonas told People.
The new Mrs. Jonas was not uncomfortable with that princess allusion, apparently.
"I always wanted my wedding to have that princess feel," she says. "I couldn't have imagined this."
"I've never seen a more beautiful bride," said Kevin of Danielle, whom he calls his "Jersey Girl."
As for details, here are some that the mag released yesterday promising more when the issue hits newsstands on Friday.
The bride was escorted by her father, Thomas "Bucky" Deleasa.
She walked down the aisle to the strains of "Bella Notte," from "Lady and the Tramp" - more Disney cross-promotion! It was played on the guitar by a Jonas family friend.
She wore a strapless tulle and Chantilly lace Vera Wang gown.
The groom's father Kevin Jonas Sr., an ordained minister, officiated along with Danielle's childhood pastor, Rev. Ron DePasquale Jr.
After reciting their vows, the couple exchanged Jacob & Co. wedding bands that they designed for each other.