Ryan Phillippe is not going to Reese Witherspoon’s wedding this weekend

Can I admit that I’m getting kind of excited for Reese Witherspoon’s wedding? I really hope we see photos and I would love to see a video clip of her special day. A full photo spread is not Reese’s style, but she might release a nice wedding portrait to the press. Radar Online has some more details of Reese’s upcoming wedding, which will have about 100 guests (“intimate” by Hollywood standards) and take place at her estate in Ojai, California on Saturday. Preparations are going on now, with a tent and workmen spotted on the property. Here’s more, from Radar, who also say that Reese’s ex, Ryan Phillippe, is not going to be there. It’s not stated whether he was invited or not.


Reese Witherspoon’s big day and RadarOnline.com has photos of all the latest happenings.

As RadarOnline.com was first to report, the Legally Blonde star is set to tie the knot with her fiance, CAA agent, Jim Toth, this weekend, at her luxury Ojai, Ca home.

And now new photos showing a white marquee being erected on the grounds confirm she is walking down the aisle in just a matter of days.

Workmen have gathered at the impressive Libby Ranch, which boasts stables and outbuildings, readying the hideaway for the ceremony.

Surrounded by cactus and greenery, the happy couple will wed in an intimate ceremony in front of 100 of their closest friends and family.

“Candles and flowers will be everywhere, in white and pastels, for an intimate feeling,” a source confirmed.

[From Radar Online]

I pictured Ryan being wasted and miserable at the wedding. Reese probably invited him, he said he was busy in order to save face, and she was relieved that he wouldn’t be there. There’s too much drama swirling around him like a douchey cloud. He got that chick pregnant, his last movie bombed, he’s been stringing Amanda Seyfried along and using her for photo ops. Having Ryan there would only detract from the news about Reese’s romantic nuptials and give the tabloids more to gossip about.

Reese was seen out to dinner in Brentwood, CA on Tuesday night. Her son Deacon, 7, was dressed up in an adorable suit and tie. It was Reese’s 35th birthday dinner (thanks Andrea!) although we didn’t see Reese’s soon-to-be husband, Jim Toth, leaving that night. We’ll see how much they’re able to catch of the wedding, but I’m sure Reese will keep it all on lock down and make sure she controls exactly what goes out to the press.

Reese is shown with her kids on 3/22/11 and out with Jim after church (they wore that to church?!) on 3/20/11. Ryan is shown on 2/12/11. Credit: WENN.com



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  1. Andrea says:

    The reason for the dinner was Reese’s 35th birthday.

  2. mln76 says:

    To be fair to Ryan I saw an interview where he actually brought up Jim Toth in reference to his kids. (Mentioning he had introduced them to Matthew Mcconaughey first) I doubt he is that broken up about it. Ryan is an epic douche but I do believe he has learned to co-parent amicably with Reese. I think it would be tacky for him to show up/her to invite him.

  3. brin says:

    I’m excited too, CB, and glad Ryan won’t be there to put his douche cloud on Reese’s sunny day.

  4. Celebitchy says:

    I saw that mln – he said that his kids had met Matthew McConaughey through Jim Toth. He seemed ok with it, that was on PopSugar. I still get the impression that he wouldn’t be that thrilled to be at the wedding!

  5. S says:

    okay, WHY would Reese invite him and why would he go?? They are exes and it didn’t end well. It’s obvious that they are mature and responsible co-parents, which is excellent and others should really learn from it, but I don’t think that justifies invites to each others weddings. I think that would be weird and awkward. If they didn’t have kids together, they wouldn’t still be in each others lives.

    Coming from divorced parents who always co-parented very well, I still think it would have been weird for one parent to be at the other’s wedding.

  6. Ella says:

    It wasn’t HIS movie it was Matt’s movie and he was well reviewed and it did OK. I think Ryan would not want to go to the wedding and I bet he’ll get the kids back the minute it’s over. Isn’t that the most important thing that he is there for his kids? Who cares who he dates.

  7. hatekyle says:

    ofcourse ryan isn’t invited. i read the invitation, it says no pets allowed.

  8. MeMyself says:

    I bit off subject but I love my ex husband dearly. If it wasn’t for him we wouldn’t have brought the coolest two boys ever into the world.
    He was invited to my wedding and my in-laws and second husband adore him as well.

    It doesn’t always have to be awkward.

  9. Isabel says:

    It depends on the dynamic between the parents. Some divorcees do the coparenting thing so well that they remain close friends. Some people think it’s a family event, and the father of the children is still family.

    My friend’s ex walked her down the aisle at her second wedding. Obviously not the standard, but a true story. I don’t think an invite would be tacky at all…if that sort of thing works for them.

  10. Dana M says:

    I don’t see their triangle as the “Bruce/Demi/Ashton” type of relationship.
    Highly doubt RP was invited in the first place.

  11. lucy2 says:

    I kind of doubt she invited him – I don’t see the two of them as friends, just co-parents.
    I like Reese, hope things work out for her.

  12. Lara says:

    When my Mum remarried my Dad was invited to the wedding. Also my half sister (My Dad’s daughter, not my Mum’s)was bridesmaid. I love my mixed up strange family but try explaining it to other people!

  13. ordinarygirl86 says:

    I think that as big of a douchebag as he is that Ryan is a great father and he respects Reese’s new relationship and future husband

    She prob invited him but he politely declined and will send a wonderful gift with well wishes. They mutually respect each other but I can totally understand why he has chosen not to attend and not to overshadow her wedding day

  14. Mimi says:

    She doesn’t have to invite him and he doesn’t have to go. Simple as that. They are doing a great job as co-parents and I think that’s great.

  15. Brittney says:

    Is that a twenty or a hundred in her hand? Either way, that’s a generous valet tip. Good for her.

  16. Mary Jane says:

    Why on earth is Reese driving (AND with her kids!)? She looks pretty buzzed to me.
    Nice tip for the valet, though…

  17. Enny says:

    @hatekyle – LOL!

  18. motheroftheyear says:

    Yeah, not excited about this wedding.

    She (and her chin) bore(s) me.

  19. JQ says:

    @MeMyself: that’s awesome!

    I tend to think Reese would have invited Ryan simply because they are always so polite for the children’s sake. I think she is just so classy and beyond awesome. I wish I could go to her wedding. I bet she’ll have the best dress EVER.