"We were determined to keep it just private and to ourselves. And the thing is, we haven t even seen pictures," Aniston told Yahoo! Style recently.

By Karen Mizoguchi
October 27, 2015 09:00 PM
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There’s yet to be a wedding album for Jennifer Aniston and husband Justin Theroux.

In fact, the newlyweds haven’t even seen photos from their own nuptials!

Aniston, 46, revealed her Aug. 5 wedding was so top secret that not a single picture was snapped besides the ones taken by renowned photographer Terry Richardson.

“It was amazing. We were determined to keep it just private and to ourselves. And the thing is, we haven t even seen pictures,” she told makeup artist Bobbi Brown for Yahoo! Beauty.

“But, you know, it was just everything we wanted it to be, and [we are] very happy that we didn’t have to see our faces on the cover of a magazine.”

Guests including famous friends Courteney Cox, Sandra Bullock, Emily Blunt, and officiant Jimmy Kimmel watched as Jennifer and Justin swapped vows at their Bel Air, California home.

Theroux, 44, popped the question in August 2012 after more than a year of dating.

One particular wedding guest was not happy about getting his cell phone taken away.

“‘I don’t want to take a picture of you two! I really don’t. I want my cell phone so after I make this speech I can call my car and get the f— outta here!'” Howard Stern recalled on his SiriusXM Radio Show days following the ceremony. “People were laughing at my misery.”

Theroux has been open about the wedding details telling pal and attendee Ellen DeGeneres the intricate process of tricking guests into thinking they were invited to a birthday party.

“It was actually a massive miscalculation,” The Leftovers star explained. “Because we thought, ‘We’re going to tell some people this and some people that,’ and then people that really have to that have busy schedules and whatever. So then afterwards we kind of realized that was a terrible plan.”

Comedienne Whitney Cummings – who was also in attendance – spilled the beans to Watch What Happens Live host Andy Cohen telling him that guests were invited to the wedding through a simple email and that the couple’s first dance was during a live performance of Sia’s hit song, “Chandelier.”

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