Pusha T and Virginia Williams's Wedding Video Is Here—And It's Totally Star-Studded: Exclusive

You need to give Pharrell Williams's best man speech a listen

Updated 08/14/18

Adam Barnes

If there was a Grammy Award for wedding videos, Pusha T and Virginia Williams's would undoubtedly take home the gold. The couple wed on July 21st in Virginia Beach with a slew of celebrities including Pharrell Williams, Kim Kardashian, and Kanye West in attendance. And if you thought their wedding photos were next-level stunning, you need to stop what you're doing and watch Pusha T and Virginia Williams's wedding video—now.

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Pusha T and Virginia Williams' Star-Studded Wedding

Filmed by 8MediaGroup, the wedding video featuring rapper and music executive Terrence "Pusha T" LeVarr Thornton and Virginia Williams (plus Pharrell Williams in a starring role as best man!) is gorgeous enough to play on repeat. Sneak a peek at the couple's ceremony, officiated by Pusha T’s brother, Gene “No Malice” Thornton, and taking place at the historic Cavalier Hotel, where the pair said their I dos surrounded by greenery, chandeliers, and tons of happy tears. The bride walked down the aisle in a Marchesa wedding dress covered in floral embroidery and finished with a plunging neckline, before pulling off a quick costume change and slipping into a strapless Reem Acra gown and baby's breath flower crown (by florist Darling & Daughters) for the reception. And naturally that reception was a serious party (how could it not be?), going on until 1am and featuring performances by the groom himself, rapper Fabulous, and DJ Clark Kent who spun hits well into the night.

But the couple's pretty ceremony decor and the bride's two enviable wedding dresses aren't the only things that'll make you hit PLAY a second (or third) time. Pharrell Williams's wedding reception speech is best man #goals. "Some of us that are self-aware, we pay attention to special things, special moments, and special people," said the artist, addressing the groom. "And I'm just so grateful that you were paying attention the day that you set eyes on Virginia."

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