Jessica Biel and her new husband Justin Timberlake have reportedly made a whopping $300,000 after selling their wedding pictures to People magazine this week.
Moreover, the typically camera-shy couple sold the pictures in Europe to Ok! magazine for even more money.
Biel and Timberlake exchanged their vows in Southern Italy's Borgo Egnazia Resort in front of 100 guests on Friday, according to People. They had been dating for five years.
Several reports revealed details surrounding the ceremony, including the guest list, which included Jimmy Fallon, Andy Samberg, and Biel's "7th Heaven" co-star Beverly Mitchell, according to The New York Post.
Missing from the guests were Timberlake's N'Sync band mates Lance Bass, J.C. Chasez, Chris Kirkpatrick, and Joey Fatone.
"The band were not invited are pretty upset about it," said an insider speaking to The Post. "But the wedding guests were mainly close family and friends."
The bride wore a pink-hued dress designed by Giambattista Valli during the ceremony, according to many reports.
"It was magical," recounted Timberlake, 31, speaking to People.
"It was a fantasy," Biel, 30, added.
They both noted, "It's great to be married, the ceremony was beautiful and it was so special to be surrounded by our family and friends."
Their Oct. 19 nuptials arose almost one year after Timberlake had proposed to Biel while on vacation in Jackson, Wyoming in December, presenting the actress with a custom-made vintage engagement ring.
Additionally, Timberlake allegedly took the stage to perform a new song for his bride, one insider reported.
"Justin performed one song at the wedding," a source told Us Weekly. "It's a new one that he hasn't released yet. He dedicated it to Jessica."
The pictures purchased by People will debut in the magazine on newsstands Wednesday.
Meanwhile, the newlyweds have each been spotted wearing their new wedding rings.