Ashlee Simpson and fiance Evan Ross got married on Sunday in Greenwich, Connecticut at his mom Diana Ross' sprawling estate, and from the guest list to the fact that Ross herself performed at the ceremony, it sounds like this was the place to be!

Simpson wore a longsleeve wedding gown decorated with pearls, and she was walked down the aisle by her five-year-old son Bronx. Simpson's father Joe posted a few snapshots on Instagram from the nuptials, but they have since been deleted. "Today my little girl gets married," he wrote. "Congrats Ashlee and Evan."

Ashlee's older sister Jessica was the matron of honor, and Jess' kids Maxwell and Ace served as the flower girl and ring bearer, respectively.

Next up were Jenny McCarthy and fiance Donnie Wahlberg, who tied the knot on Sunday in the ballroom of the Hotel Baker in St. Charles, Illinois.

The two, who got engaged just last April, had a quiet ceremony with close family and friends that lasted just 20 minutes.

"It's my second wedding and with me being older, I don't want to look like a virgin bride," McCarthy remarked earlier this summer when asked about planning and picking out her dress. "I want to look classy and elegant and age appropriate." This is the second marriage for both McCarthy and Wahlberg.

Wahlberg's brother Mark posted a note on Facebook congratulating the newlyweds and wrote, "Congratulations guys ... Wish we could be there. We love you Donnie, very happy for you."

And finally, Gabrielle Union and NBA star Dwyane Wade tied the knot over the weekend in Miami at the Chateau Artisan Castle.

Union wore a Dennis Basso gown, and John Legend performed his hit single "All of Me" at the star-studded ceremony.

Just hours before walking down the aisle, Union posted a few Instagram pictures and wrote, "Happy... Got my Luther playin... There's a #BeingMaryJane marathon on #BET, my #nebraska #huskers play today... All my loved ones are in town... Today is a good day... I must say I'm feeling blessed and humbled and just freakin happy... Let's go!!! #thewadeunion."

Congrats to all!