Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo's wedding guests were reportedly "a dancing crowd".
The Maroon 5 rocker and Victoria's Secret model tied the knot at Flora Farms in Los Cabos, Mexico, on July 19. Comedian-and-actor Jonah Hill officiated proceedings and after the ceremony the party ramped up a gear.
Adam and his bandmates performed, as did Stevie Nicks, ska punk band Sublime and Behati herself.
"This was a dancing crowd," an insider told People magazine.
"Everyone was dancing late into the night."
Adam and Stevie sang a duet, with Behati giving a powerful rendition of Bright Eyes' First Day of My Life. The model's vocal skills went down a storm with guests, who were all cheering for her according to the report.
As well as the musical offering there were speeches which were sandwiched between sets. They were apparently pretty relaxed, with guests giggling throughout.
Seating was on big round tables, which had mango trees at the centre that were festooned with tiny flowers and glittering lights. Food was also big news, with those invited treated to a feast of organic pork chops, fish and beet salad, an organic ice cream cart and Mexican popsicles infused with alcohol.
"Everyone was having so much fun," a guest said. "Adam and Behati didn't stop smiling the entire night."
The South African model wore a custom-designed Marchesa gown which she spent four months perfecting. It was based on a piece created by the label's designer Georgina Chapman in 2011 and boasted appliqué all over it.
The original looked as was made with lace, was form-fitting and included large applique shoulder panels. Behati's was blush and ditched the shoulder sections in favor of silk spaghetti straps, with a low back added and a long tulle veil.