Oscar-winner George Clooney and British human-rights and international-law attorney Amal Alamuddin, who married on Sept. 27, enjoyed a second wedding reception courtesy of the bride's parents.
People magazine, posting a copy of the invitation, said Baria and Ramzi Alamuddin hosted Saturday's event for Clooney, 53, and their daughter, 36, at the Danesfield House Hotel and Spa in Marlow-on-Thames, Buckinghamshire, UK, outside Greater London.
The magazine said the guest list contained more than 200 friends and family members, some from as distant as Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Lebanon, where Beirut-native Amal Clooney, as she is now known, was born.
Attendees included CNN's Hala Gorani, former Lebanese prime minister Saad Hariri, diplomats from several Middle Eastern nations and the bride's colleagues from her law firm, Doughty Street Chambers.
The newlyweds were photographed being driven to the event, with the bride wearing a gold metallic dress, bright red lipstick and dangling earrings, while Clooney wore a suit with a gray-and-black striped tie.
The hotel's restaurant, which was awarded a Michelin star in 2011 under chef Adam Simmonds, created a dinner menu with a choice of foie gras or smoked salmon for appetizer; a selection of roasted filet of beef, sea bass or risotto for the entree; and mousse au chocolat or a strawberry tart for dessert, People said.
Signature his-and-hers drinks were prepared for the occasion, the magazine added: a cocktail of tequila, citron vodka, lime juice and ginger ale for him; and one of vanilla vodka, passion fruit liqueur and lime juice for her.
The meal was served beneath a large tent, with centerpieces of leafy branches and ceramic cockatoos on tables laid out with black tablecloths.