Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Pete Wentz Talks To Ryan Seacrest And More Wedding Details Are Revealed

Pete Wentz is speaking out for the first time since his weekend wedding to Ashlee Simpson. "We have signed a pre-nup," the newlywed rocker admitted on Ryan Seacrest's KIIS-FM radio show Tuesday. (Ashlee was asleep, he said.) He said "she legally is a Wentz ... I don't know what she'll do with her stage name, that's up to her. She hasn't decided that."

He said they're skipping out on a honeymoon (for now) and have been hanging out in their basement in L.A. "We got some blow-up palm trees," Pete said. "A little fake-n-bake tanning booth. We're eating DiGiorno's pizza, getting in that tanning oven every once in a while, it's great.” So how is married life? "I feel great!" he said. "It is sunny and 65 in my head."

Pete still refused to confirm Ashlee's pregnancy. When Ryan asked why they decided to wed now, Pete replied, "I get the backdoor question you're asking me, but it's been something we've been planning for a long time. I gave her a promise ring four months ago." Ryan later asked if he's thought about baby names. Pete laughed. "Ryan, this baby has not been confirmed," he said. "The only thing I'm confirming now is that we're in the basement on our honeymoon with these blow-up palm trees."

Also check out the Ashlee Simpson & Pete Wentz’s wedding invitation, courtesy of Life & Style magazine. The red and black invitation for the May 17 nuptials reads: “It’s getting late so save the date: Ashlee & Pete, join us May 17, 2008, Los Angeles. Transportation will be provided to the wedding. You will be contacted with additional information.”

In lieu of gifts, the couple asked that donations be made to Invisible Children, a nonprofit group the couple has been involved in for more than a year. This invitation was part of a text message and email campaign the couple hurriedly put together before their wedding to let guests know of their special day.

As for a parting gift on their way out of the wedding guests received Alice in Wonderland­-inspired cookies (wrapped in a box within a box) that read “Eat me.”

Source: http://justjared.buzznet.com/ and www.usmagazine.com

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