(LONDON) -- Some interesting additional details have emerged about Paul McCartney's wedding to Nancy Shevell, which took place in London on Sunday.
After the ceremony, which was held at the city's Marylebone Town Hall, the festivities moved to the Beatles legend's mansion in the St. John's Wood section of London. According to Sky News, about 130 guests attended the reception, including Ringo Starr and wife Barbara Bach, as well as other celebrities such as Jeff Beck, Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood, Pink Floyd's David Gilmour and ex-Squeeze pianist Jools Holland.
McCartney serenaded his bride at the reception with a new song he wrote especially for the nuptials, the New York Post reports. He also sang the Wings tune "Let Me Roll It" -- said to be her favorite -- and his Fab Four classic "Let It Be."
The party raged on into the wee hours and, according to the Daily Mail, was loud enough to draw noise complaints from neighbors. The volume was turned down after officers arrived at the scene at about 1:30 a.m. local time, and no further legal action was taken.
Wood reportedly was among the last guests to leave, at about three in the morning.
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