Ricky Wilson only feels like he missed out on "bell ringing" and dancing on his wedding day.
The Kaiser Chiefs frontman - who married Grace Zito earlier this month after they had to postpone the ceremony four times due to the pandemic - has opened up on the stripped back nuptials with restrictions in place across the UK.
Appearing on ITV's 'Good Morning Britain', he was asked if he felt like there was anything they missed out on, and replied: "Yes, bell ringing.
"We didn't have any of that and there was no dancing so we couldn't do the 'Hokey Cokey' or anything like that.
However, the 'I Predict A Riot' hitmaker has no regrets over the smaller wedding and he admitted they "had a great time".
He added: "There was only 20 of us there, we had a great time. I mean, it was really good.
"You would expect the bigger the better but I could talk to everyone, it wasn't rushed. It was a great day, I remember all of it. Yes, perfect, it was great."
With the restrictions in place, even the 43-year-old star's bandmates - Andrew 'Whitey' White, Simon Rix, Nick 'Peanut' Baines and Vijay Mistry - weren't able to attend, although he recently revealed they all understood.
He said: "There’s so much to look forward to in the future now. I feel like it’s a weight off our shoulders. I feel like we can now move on and anything seems possible now. There were loads of friends that couldn’t be there – my band weren’t even there. But we’ve got plenty of opportunity to have a big party and we are going to do it.
"It was weird [the band weren't there], because obviously I’m very close to them and we’ve been travelling the world together for 20 years. But we’re the best of friends and as close as brothers can be.
"I live on a bus with them, so they know that I love them. None of them were p***ed off they couldn’t be there. And I got a nice card from them with a £200 B&Q voucher."