Most brides-to-be are a little stressed the morning of their nuptials. Okay, "a little stressed" might be an understatement. But while many will quell their nerves with a glass (or two) of champagne or morning mimosas, Miranda Kerr opted for a different (and way healthier) way to relax before walking down the aisle, which she just revealed—along with some other big-day details from her wedding to Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel. And, honestly, you might want to take a cue from Kerr.
So how did this bride (ahem, newlywed) begin her day? The 34-year-old model actually did yoga before walking down on the aisle on her May 27 wedding day. "Our wedding was just so joyful," Kerr told Gwyneth Paltrow during a Goop-sponsored health panel on Saturday, according to People magazine. "We started the day, did yoga, then our families came over and we literally had this celebration in our backyard. It was incredible. It was so magical."
We're sure being chill AF after a morning yoga session helped make the day as "magical" as it was. After all, the less stress, the more a bride can focus on the fun! And fun this low-key wedding certainly was. According to E! News, guests (there were reportedly only about 40 of 'em!) arrived at Kerr and Spiegel's at-home nuptials at 4 p.m., as cocktails were being served in an open-air tent on the property. Amid the rustic-chic decor (think farmhouse tables, benches, and blush garden roses), a pianist played "When You Wish Upon a Star" for the revelers. The bride and groom were then married in a short 20-minute ceremony. "The vows were beautiful," a source shared with E!, noting that both Kerr and Spiegel had tears in their eyes and that Kerr looked like a "natural princess." And later, Kerr took over as wedding singer at the reception to croon a rendition of Shania Twain's "You're Still the One" to her new hubby, which just sounds ahh-maze-ing.
Also during the panel, Kerr revealed just how well she and her new hubs complement each other. "Even though it's coming up to four years this November that we’ve been together, we still have so much to learn from each other, and we do every day," she said. "We see things from a different perspective, and we bring that to the table. Together, we're so much stronger. It’s really good to have that partnership."
Sounds like someone is loving married life!