Inside Jennifer Lawrence's wedding venue where she will tie-the-knot to Cooke Maroney

Mail Online | 10/19/2019 | Annita Katee;Sameer Suri For Dailymail.com
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She's set to be tying the knot later today in a historic and apparently haunted castle in Rhode Island.

Now DailyMail.com is taking a look inside the venue where Jennifer Lawrence and her fiance Cooke Maroney will be saying 'I do.'

Oscar - Winner - Art - Collector - Gallery

The 29-year-old Oscar winner will be marrying the art collector and gallery owner at the Belcourt Of Newport castle, which was previously famed for being haunted with 'unpleasant energies.'

The 19th Century estate was designed in 1984 by American architect, Richard Morris Hunt, and inspired by Louis XIII's hunting lodge at Versailles.

Pictures - Ceilings - Designs - Something - Cooke

Pictures show he castle with high ceilings complete with embossed designs and art - something which can be assumed got Cooke's stamp of approval.

The CEO of popular brand Alex and Ani, Carolyn Rafaelian, is the current owner of the 40,000 square-foot estate.

Purchase - Restoration

She made the purchase in 2012 for $3.6 million and oversaw a year-long restoration.

One room sees an arch pillar design with low natural light coming inside.

Space - Lights - Rug - Middle

The space consists of various chandelier lights and a large rectangular rug in the middle.

There was also a large outdoor space surrounded by the building's walls that could act as the perfect space for the nuptials or cocktail hour.

Photos - Saturday - Horse - Statue - Premises

Photos on Saturday even showcased a large horse statue that was being brought into the premises.

Large pieces of wood were also delivered for their meat and barbecue meal - paying homage to Jennifer's Kentucky roots.

Estate - Site - String - Parties - Underwear

During the 1990s, the estate became the site of a notorious string of parties including one where underwear was reportedly banned.

Female guests were made to stand over mirrors to prove they were abiding by the no underwear rules.

Belcourt - Makeovers - Years - Venue - Parties

Belcourt has has various makeovers over the years, being a venue for raucous parties in the 90s and later offering offering ghost and...
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