Now exclusive photos reveal the intimate details from the picturesque ceremony that took place under a white flower-strewn marquee on the beach of Little Hall’s Pond Cay on February 7.
Amber, 28, wore a long white gown with long sleeves and a billowing white veil, while the 51-year-old actor donned a white tuxedo jacket, black tie, black trousers and white shoes.
The bride was surrounded by several bridesmaids in pastel dresses, while Johnny’s son Jack, 12, from his former relationship with Vanessa Paradis, stood by him.
‘Johnny’s private island is a tropical paradise. Wedding guests were treated to an amazing weekend that ended with a romantic beach ceremony,’ a source told People.
‘Guests relaxed on the beaches, had fun snorkeling and enjoyed food cooked by private chefs. Everyone seemed to have the best time. It was a very celebratory vibe.’
‘The weather was perfect and the beach setting was gorgeous,’ the source continued. ‘The ceremony was beach casual and intimate, yet very romantic.’
It was a setting fit for an island princess, and it’s clear that Johnny has stars in his eyes whenever he sees Amber.
The actor is ‘madly in love’ with the actress he met on the set of the film The Rum Diary.
‘She is a free-thinker and an independent woman who makes her own decisions. Her presence has changed his life,’ a friend told People.
Newly released aerial-view pictures show pure white sands and clear blue waters at the exclusive residence, which also shows arranged seating carefully in place in the shade of palm trees.
The couple made their union legal with a simple ceremony at Depp’s Los Angeles home on February 3.
According to reports, the Pirates Of The Caribbean star wanted to repeat his vows in front of family and friends on the 45-acre island, which he purchased 11 years ago.
As one guest told the Sunday Express: ‘Amber did her own hair and make-up and Johnny was as laid-back as usual. But there has been a genuine glow about them since Wednesday, when they officially became man and wife…
‘They wanted to do it all again on the beach and… (celebrate) with friends because they love the island and want it to be a continuing part of their lives together.’
The actor fell in love with the island while shooting Pirates Of The Caribbean there on Little Halls Pond Cay in 2004 and soon snapped it up for $3.6 million.
The island has six beaches which Depp named after his two children Jack and Lily-rose and their mother, his former partner Vanessa Paradis, a palm tree-lined lagoon and solar-powered houses.
‘I don’t think I’d ever seen any place so pure and beautiful,’ Johnny told Vanity Fair in 2009. ‘You can feel your pulse rate drop about 20 beats. It’s instant freedom.’
With accommodation on the tropical isle limited, it was said that many of the guests stayed on Depp’s luxury yacht, called Vajoliroja.
Among those who presumably attended were members of the bride’s family, and Johnny’s daughter Lily-Rose, 15.
The couple – who got engaged after a yearlong romance – are said to have chosen the date because of their hectic working schedules.