George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin gifted their wedding guests framed pictures of themselves.

The couple - who married in Venice, Italy, on Saturday (27.09.14) have enjoyed a weekend of celebrations with around 100 of their loved ones, who were given a goodie bag when they arrived at the Cipriani Hotel for the nuptials.

As a memento from the celebrations, each guest received a framed photograph of the happy couple and a note which read:

''We're both so glad you're here. You've come a long way so we'll make it worth the trip.

''Thanks for being here. It means the world to us.''

The bags also included a wedding weekend itinerary and suggestions for what to do, with guests - who included Emily Blunt, Matt Damon and Cindy Crawford - advised that on Friday (26.09.14), they could opt to dine at the hotel or in town, and that drinks and piano entertainment would be available around the pool until late evening.

According to Us Weekly magazine, the guests had iPods and speakers installed in their room and the music devices came equipped with a special playlist put together by George and Amal.

Guests were also issued with strict rules for the big day, mostly centering around phone and camera use.

According to TMZ, friends and family were asked to leave their phones in their hotel rooms, but if they felt they would need it, they had to leave it in a kiosk by the entrance to the ceremony at Aman Canal Grande Hotel.

All guests received a phone with a code, which served as a ticket to enter, and they were also handed a camera to take pictures freely.

However, the cameras all had codes which allowed the 'Monuments Men' star's team to access the pictures, meaning it would be easy to trace a source if any photographs were leaked.