After pulling off a surprise wedding at their Bel-Air home on Wednesday, Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux are spending their blissful, newly married time in Bora Bora but they're not alone. The newlyweds were seen arriving on a private plane Friday along with tight-knit friends Jason Bateman and Chelsea Handler as well as maid of honor and Friends co-star, Courteney Cox.

Us Weekly notes the couple may be staying at a five-star Four Seasons Resort along with Bateman and his wife Amanda Anka as well as Cox and her boyfriend Johnny McDaid. The Bora Bora trip will also overlap with Theroux's 44th birthday on August 10 -- the couple celebrated on the same island last year.

The Leftovers actor celebrated his last night as a bachelor at Jimmy Kimmel's home while Aniston planned the special ceremony herself. "It was done completely on the sly," an insider told Us. "It was their closest friends and very simple and intimate." Sia, close friends with Aniston, belted her smash hit "Chandelier" to guests including Howard Stern, John Krasinski, Emily Blunt and Lisa Kudrow. Judging by Handler's morning after Instagram post, it seems the wedding was a night to remember.

 Morning face.

A photo posted by Chelsea Handler (@chelseahandler) on Aug 6, 2015 at 6:46am PDT

Jennifer Aniston, 46, and Theroux, 46, cleared up the curiosities behind the puppet bride and groom cake topper. The Cake actress previously explained her love for puppets amidst false child rumors. "Not adopting. There's no nursery," she said, turning to point at Muppets sitting on a chair. "Those are the two smallest things that exist, my Muppets. Those are my Muppets."

Aniston and The Switch director Will Speck went as far as to create "Muppets of one another." "They are the most fun, they've come with me on vacations," she told People. "My girlfriends, we do photo shoots with them, it's very silly. They've been to Cabo so far."

The workers behind the puppet cake were not notified that the cake was for a wedding until they noticed it in paparazzi-taken photos. "There were lots of laughs as well as tears and the mood was light," the insider added. "[It was like a] warm house party."