The Photos of Paul Anka's Floral-Filled Wedding Are Our New Wedding FlowerGoals

The Photos of Paul Anka's Floral-Filled Wedding Are Our New Wedding FlowerGoals

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Paul Anka is a married man! Anyone else wondering if this groom pulled double duty as a wedding singer at his own reception? The 75-year-old singer just tied the knot with his longtime love Lisa Pemberton in a floral-filled wedding day that's giving us some serious WeddingFlowerGoals.

On October 22, the legendary crooner tied the knot for the third time, marrying his girlfriend of the past six years at the swanky Four Seasons Hotel in Los Angeles, California. "It was a small, cozy and meaningful event," Anka shared with People magazine. "She's a great lady," he said of his new bride. "And a big animal lover like me." And apparently also a wedding flower aficionado, considering the totally stunning florals that seemingly covered every inch of the venue.

In wedding photos Anka posted to Instagram page, the newlyweds can be seen saying their vows under an arch drenched with blush and white roses. A chandelier also sparkled overhead and a carpet of flower petals lined the aisle of the beautiful outdoor ceremony space. "Me and my beautiful bride Lisa," Anka captioned one of the snapshots. "What a magical day!"

To make the ceremony even more special, Anka's 11-year-old son, Ethan, walked the bride down the aisle. "He's a cool little guy and my only son," explained the "Diana" singer. "I wanted to make him be a part of it."

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After the "I dos," the wedding party headed inside for dinner, dancing, and cake. Guests - who included famous friends like producer Brian Grazer, Warren Buffet, Bob and Tamar Manoukian, and Steve Wynn - dined on a four-tied wedding cake (also covered in dozens of roses, of course!). And the couple shared their first dance to Van Morrison's "Someone Like You," played by a 21-piece orchestra.

"It was a really special night," said Anka. That's putting it lightly!


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