KEITH-NICOLE RECEPTION FILLED WITH MUSIC

For Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman’s wedding reception, Sunday, June 25, music played a big part of the festivities, reports People magazine.

The post-wedding reception for 230 guests was held under a tent next to the Cardinal Cerretti Memorial Chapel on St. Patrick’s Estate in Sydney, Australia. Keith and Nicole shared their first dance to the Etta James R&B classic, “At Last,” while Neil Finn from the Australian rock band Crowded House and the All-Star Big Band from Sydney performed. Keith provided the most moving part of the reception when he sang his No. 1 hit, “Making Memories of Us,” to Nicole, drawing a standing ovation. Each guest departed with a silver Tiffany desk clock engraved with, “A Moment In Time, June 25, 2006, Nicole and Keith.”

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