Oscar-winning actress Nicole Kidman and country music star Keith Urban will marry on Sunday in a hilltop chapel overlooking the ocean, the officer in charge of policing the star-studded bash confirmed.
Superintendent Kim McKay of Manly Police told AFP she was liaising with Kidman's security team to ensure the wedding went off without a snag.
And she issued a stern warning to the swelling ranks of paparazzi who have camped for days outside Kidman's luxury Sydney home.
"Any breaking of the law will be dealt with," said the officer, adding she would be on hand to ensure the host of Hollywood A-listers on the guest list were not "unduly harassed."
An army of workers put the finishing touches today to a giant marquee in the grounds of St Patrick's College, a former Catholic seminary in the picturesque Sydney beach suburb of Manly.
The service will be held in the college's Cardinal Ceretti Memorial Chapel - an ornate sandstone church with parquet flooring, stained glass windows, pipe organ and vaulted ceiling.
Pupils at the local Catholic boys school were in no doubt as to the location and erected a sign reading - "Congratulations Nic and Keith, from the boys at St Paul's."
The focus shifted today to where the newly-married couple would hold the wedding reception.
The Daily Telegraph newspaper tipped the Royal Motor Yacht Club in the exclusive harbourside suburb of Point Piper as the likely venue.