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Report: Kevin Jonas, ex-hairdresser marry in NY

NEW YORK -- A report said the oldest sibling of pop group the Jonas Brothers and a former hairdresser have married at a French-style chateau in suburban New York.

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In this June 12, 2009 file photo, musician Kevin Jonas of the music group The Jonas Brothers performs on ABC's "Good Morning America" show in New York. (AP Photo/Peter Kramer, file)

NEW YORK -- A report said the oldest sibling of pop group the Jonas Brothers and a former hairdresser have married at a French-style chateau in suburban New York.

People magazine reported a heavy snowstorm bore down on Saturday's wedding between Kevin Jonas, 22, and Danielle Delesea, 23, at Oheka Castle, a 109,000-square-foot estate in Cold Spring Harbor.

The couple told People that the wedding went on as planned. About 400 relatives and friends attended.

Celebrity event planner Michael Russo created a fairy-tale forest theme that included heated white tents with 14-foot trees and crystals made to look like icicles.

Jonas' brothers Joe and Nick served as his best men.

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A message left Saturday night for a representative of Jonas was not immediately returned.

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