The kids from First Baptist Church sang 'Can't Take My Eyes Off of You' as a backsound when Blake made her way to the awaiting Ryan Reynolds at the altar.
More details of Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds' hush-hush wedding slowly unraveled. While waiting for the first picture from the nuptials to hit the web, fans were treated to a scoop that the bride walked down the aisle to a children's choir singing.
According to PEOPLE, a group of 10 children from First Baptist Church sang a rendition of Frankie Valli's 1967 classic "Can't Take My Eyes Off of You" when Blake walked to the altar. An eyewitness said, "It was very nice."
The kids were not allowed to bring cellphones, and their parents signed non-disclosure agreements to keep the wedding news under tight wraps. A rep for the children said, "We were so excited when we learned the children performed in Blake Lively's wedding. We learned about it on the radio."
Another musical guest was Blake's best friend, Florence Welch. The Florence and the Machine lead singer serenaded the happy couple with three songs including the band's single "Cosmic Love" and a timeless song "Somewhere Over the Rainbow".
Blake and Ryan tied the knot in his favorite town, North Carolina, on Sunday night, September 9 at Boone Hall Plantation. She walked down the aisle in a custom Marchesa gown, while he slipped into a specially-made Burberry suit with custom leather suspenders.