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Another one bites the dust! Aaron Neville and celebrity photographer Sarah A. Friedman are the new swirl on the scene.

In front of an intimate crowd of 15, the swirly couple said their vows and later on entertained their guest with serenades, salads, and wedding cake.

Here’s the deets:

When Aaron Neville married photographer Sarah A. Friedman, he didn’t need to hire a wedding singer.

Instead, he serenaded his new wife with his hit ballad “Pledging My Love” during the reception and sang “We Belong Together” with his sister Athelgra Neville Gabriel during the dinner.

The two exchanged rings by Stuart Jewelry Design in front of about 15 guests on Nov. 13 at the restaurant Eleven Madison Park in New York City. Neville’s longtime pastor, Reverend Tony Ricard, performed the intimate ceremony.

Following the ceremony, the newlyweds and their guests enjoyed a sit-down dinner of persimmon salad with mozzarella, salmon and Black Angus beef. The wedding cake was a Pear William Cake.

During the fall-inspired reception, which featured centerpieces of roses with pears by Flowers by Roberta, “people shared loving stories about us,” says Friedman.

The couple met during a PEOPLE magazine photo shoot in 2008, when Friedman was hired to take a portrait of the Neville Brothers. They were engaged shortly thereafter.

The couple are currently on their honeymoon in Turks & Caicos, but soon it’s back to work for Neville, who will begin a tour promote his new album, I Know I’ve Been Changed, on Nov. 30.

Not your average nauseatingly expensive wedding throw down, yet we still threw up a lil in our mouths reading that mush.



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