Cameron Diaz recites EE Cummings poem at Drew Barrymore's wedding
Published Jun 6 2012, 23:48 BST | By Kristina Bustos Cameron Diaz
reportedly recited a poem during the wedding reception of Drew Barrymore and Will Kopelman.
Barrymore's close friend recited 'I Carry Your Heart', a poem by EE Cummings, while Kopelman's sister, author Jill Kargman, did a reading from the children's book
The Velveteen Rabbit
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Diaz's recital of 'I Carry Your Heart' is reminiscent of her movie
In Her Shoes
, during which her character recited the same poem at her sister's wedding.
Barrymore and Kopelman, who are
expecting their first child together
, tied the knot in
a garden-inspired wedding
at Barrymore's California home on Saturday, June 2.
Kopelman's parents Chanel CEO Arie Kopelman - who walked Barrymore down the aisle - and wife Coco gave their toasts to the couple.
A wedding guest told
: "They gave the sweetest toast and brought everyone to tears. They clearly adore Drew."
Another source said: "His parents have been incredibly welcoming. She found the family she's always wanted."
The couple were said to seem very in love throughout their special day as "they couldn't stop kissing" each other.
Watch the trailer for
In Her Shoes