See all the stars who exchanged vows in 2018, starting with the wedding of the year! Prince Harry and Meghan Markle — now known as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex — got married at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle on May 19. Thanks to many Hollywood stars like the Beckhams, George Clooney, Oprah Winfrey and the cast of "Suits," along with royal family members, the wedding was a star-studded affair. Following the nuptial service, the royal couple took a horse-drawn carriage ride through the town of Windsor. See more stars who celebrated weddings this year…
Liam Hemsworth and Miley Cyrus tied the knot on Dec. 23 after nine years of off and on dating. Many assumed the two privately married after pictures surfaced showing them appearing to cut a wedding cake in front of letter balloons spelling out "Mr" and "Mrs." On Dec. 26, the singer appeared to confirm they made it official by posting several pictures from the big day, including a shot of herself and Liam embracing. "10 years later …..," she captioned the black and white image. The following day, TMZ reported that the couple obtained a marriage license in Williamson County, Tennessee, on Dec. 18, five days before they wed at Miley's home outside of Nashville.
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Psych! "Flip or Flop" star Christina El Moussa and "Wheeler Dealers" host Ant Anstead invited 70 people over to watch a Christmas boat parade, then surprised them with a secret wedding instead. The couple said their vows at their home in Newport Beach, California, on Dec. 22. They made sure to include their four children from previous relationships as an integral part of the winter wonderland-themed ceremony. The HGTV star, who stunned in a white lace Ines Di Santo gown, told People magazine that she's changing her last name: "It has a nice ring to it, doesn't it? 'Christina Anstead.' We couldn't be any happier!"
Meghan Trainor had two reasons to celebrate on Dec. 22 — not only was it her 25th birthday, but she also married "Spy Kids" alum Daryl Sabara. The couple got hitched in front of 100 guests in their backyard at home in Los Angeles. Meghan wore a Berta gown and Badgley Mischka heels for the ceremony and changed into a lace suit by Rita Vineries and Aldo sneakers for the reception. "It's the beginning of an awesome, whole new life," the "Dear Future Husband" singer told People magazine, which shared the first wedding photo. "I got way more than I ever wished for." Meghan and Daryl got engaged just one day before her birthday in 2017.
Actress Thora Birch tied the knot on Dec. 21. She did not share her groom's name but did post a photo on Twitter with him confirming the nuptials. "It's done! I'm a married woman now… This is not the official photo but it's my thank you to all my fans for their positive energy! I felt it every second!! party time. Hehe," she captioned the snapshot.
Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra are husband and wife! Four months after their whirlwind engagement, Nick's father, Paul Kevin Jonas Sr., officiated the couple's Christian wedding ceremony at the Umaid Bhawan Palace in Jodhpur, Rajasthan, in the "Quantico" star's native India on Dec. 1. Both stars, as well as their families and bridal party, wore Ralph Lauren for the Western nuptials. The following day at the same incredible venue, the couple celebrated their marriage again with a traditional Hindu ceremony honoring Priyanka's heritage. They went on to have two more wedding receptions — for family friends, members of the media and the Bollywood community — later in December.
Congrats are in order for "Revenge" co-stars Josh Bowman and Emily VanCamp, who tied the knot in the Bahamas on Dec. 15. The super-private pair started dating in 2012, a year into the show's run (it wrapped in 2015), and got engaged in 2017. After the nuptials, Emily — who wore a wedding dress by Lela Rose — took to Instagram to share a few photos from their big day.
"Arrow" star Katie Cassidy married Matthew Rodgers in Sunset Key, Florida, on Dec. 8. In the days that followed, she took to Instagram to share photos from their beautiful nuptials as well as their honeymoon in St. Lucia.
"Billions" star Malin Akerman married British actor Jack Donnelly in Mexico on Dec. 1, Us Weekly confirmed. They couple announced their engagement October 2017.
Filmmaker Quentin Tarantino married Israeli singer-model Daniella Pick on Nov. 28 at their home in Los Angeles. Celebrity guests at the incredibly intimate nuptials — E! News reports that only about 20 guests were present — included Harvey Keitel, Tim Roth and Eli Roth. Afterward, the couple — who got engaged in 2017 after about a year of dating (though they first met back in 2009) — headed to Mr. Chow in Beverly Hills for an evening reception with friends (seen here).
After 13 years as a couple and a nearly two-year engagement, music star Miguel and model Nazanin Mandi married on Nov. 25, a friend confirmed on social media. The nuptials came a few days after reports revealed that the couple, who met as teens, had secured a marriage license at a Los Angeles courthouse.
On the evening of Nov. 24, "Morning Joe" hosts Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough tied the knot in the rotunda of the National Archives in Washington, D.C., in front of the Constitution, the Declaration of Independence and the Bill of Rights, Vanity Fair — which has a photo — reported. The bride wore a white dress featuring sheer polka-dotted lace sleeves and a sweetheart neckline by designer Michelle Smith while the groom donned a black Zegna suit. The couple — who got engaged in the spring of 2017 — eschewed formal invitations and instead invited a small group of friends via telephone.
"This Is Us" star Mandy Moore married Dawes musician Taylor Goldsmith in an intimate backyard wedding at their Los Angeles home just after sundown on Nov. 18, E! News reported. Only about 50 people — including famous faces like Minka Kelly, Mandy's ex-turned-friend Wilmer Valderrama and co-stars Milo Ventimiglia, Chrissy Metz and Sterling K. Brown — attended the nuptials, which a source described to E! as "very boho" as there were "rugs on the floor surrounding the altar" and flower arrangements "with lots of large feathers." The couple got engaged in 2017 after two years of dating.
Yet another Duggar got married in 2018: Less than four months after their engagement, "Counting On" star John-David Duggar married Abbie Grace Burnett in her hometown of Ada, Oklahoma, on Nov. 3. Us Weekly shared photos of the couple's big day.
"Boy Meets World" alum Danielle Fishel married "Drop the Mic" executive producer Jensen Karp at the Carondelet House in Los Angeles on Nov. 4 following a seven-month engagement. "Mr. & Mrs. Karp. Established 11/04/2018," she captioned a photo of herself her new husband on Instagram.
Country music singer Brett Young married longtime love Taylor Mills at the Bighorn Golf Club in Palm Desert, California, on Nov. 3. The groom's pastor father and his manager, Van Hazelitt, shared officiating duties. Music stars Gavin DeGraw, Lee Brice and Luke Combs performed during the reception, People magazine (which has wedding pics) reported.
During the weekend of Nov. 3, The Veronicas singer Lisa Origliasso married actor Logan Huffman in Queensland, Australia "This past weekend I got to marry the man of my dreams. In the dress of my dreams. @voguebridesaustralia got the first look into the most magical time of my life x @jatoncouture @fleureganstyle I love & adore you more than words can say," the bride captioned an Instagram photo from her wedding day. The music star's twin sister and bandmate, Jess Origliasso, was a bridesmaid.
Just a few weeks after he was sentenced to eight months behind bars for tax evasion — he has to report to prison by Jan. 15 — "Jersey Shore" star Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino married his longtime love, Lauren Pesce. Their Nov. 1 wedding took place at the Legacy Castle in Pompton Plains, New Jersey, reported Us Weekly, which has exclusive photos from the ceremony. As expected, Mike's MTV castmates were all in attendance. Before the nuptials, Mike shared a photo of himself and Lauren. "Today I marry my best friend , My College Sweetheart, My everything. Together as a team we can accomplish anything. I am so grateful that you are by my side," he said. "I promise to be my best self everyday & make you proud to call yourself Mrs. Sorrentino. Love you with all my heart. Here's to our big day."
"Full House" alum Bob Saget, 62, and TV host Kelly Rizzo, 39, got married at Shutters on the Beach in Santa Monica, California, on Oct. 28. "Okay, so we went and did it. And damn are we happy," Bob captioned an Instagram photo of himself and his bride, to whom he proposed in 2017.
Mena Suvari quietly married Michael Hope earlier this year, she confirmed to Us Weekly in October: "It's great. I'm really happy. We're happy… Third time's a charm." The "American Beauty" and "American Pie" alum met her third husband on the set of the 2016 Hallmark movie "I'll Be Home for Christmas." She starred; he worked in the art department. "He's a really great guy… I got me a Canadian. Old school, really considerate, old fashioned. I'm like, 'Who are you?'" she added. Mena sparked rumors that they'd tied the knot in August when she posted a photo on Instagram showing her and Michael wearing white while walking down a tree-lined dirt path, which she captioned, "Forever finally found us…"
On Oct. 28, Whiskey Myers frontman Cody Cannon married Haley Sheldon at the Gruene Estate in New Braunfels, Texas. (See photos here.) The reception featured an especially fun highlight — a fajita bar with a glorious centerpiece. "It was complete with a nacho cheese fountain per Cody's request as a nod to 'Talladega Nights,'" the bride told People magazine. Ricky Bobby would be proud!
"Game of Thrones" actor Hafthór Björnsson — best known for playing The Mountain on the HBO drama — married girlfriend Kelsey Henson in his native Iceland, both confirmed with beautiful Instagram posts on Oct. 20. "It is with great pleasure that I now get to call Kelsey Morgan Henson my wife!❤️ I get to hold this beautiful woman through thick and thin for the rest of our lives! I'm so excited for all of the future adventures we will tackle side by side," the actor — whose romance first sparked headlines because he stands a towering 6-foot-9 while his love is a petite 5-foot-2 — captioned a wedding photo. Kelsey wrote alongside a second shot, "Looking forward to pulling this big guy around for the rest of my life. ♥️@thorbjornsson I love you now and forever and promise to stand by your side through all that life throws at us. I love you baby!" The couple reportedly met in 2017 at a bar in Kelsey's native Canada where she was waitressing when she asked the "GoT" star for a photo.
"The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" Camille Grammer married lawyer David C. Meyer in Hawaii on Oct. 20, People magazine reported, sharing photos from the gorgeous nuptials. Many of her Bravo co-stars were there to witness the ceremony at a private beach club including Teddi Mellencamp, Dorit Kemsley and Lisa Rinna. Kyle Richards and Camille's daughter, Mason Grammer, were bridesmaids while son Jude Grammer walked her down the aisle. "This is my next chapter," Camille — who filed to divorce actor Kelsey Grammer in 2010 after 13 years of marriage — told People. "I'm so excited to start our life together."
Three months after announcing their engagement, model Karlie Kloss married venture capitalist Joshua Kushner on Oct. 18 in Jewish ceremony in upstate New York with fewer than 80 guests in attendance, People magazine reported. The magazine added that the couple of six years plan to have a larger celebration in the spring.
Country music singer Kane Brown and Katelyn Jae, a singer and music management student, married at the Mint Springs Farm in Franklin, Tennessee, on Oct. 12.
Maria Menounos and Keven Undergaro surprised fans when they unexpectedly married during FOX's New Year's Eve 2017 broadcast from Times Square. They celebrated with a second wedding ceremony in Maria's father's hometown of Akovos, Greece, on Oct. 6. The TV host shared a ton of photos from their incredible second wedding on Instagram including a shot of Maria heading to the ceremony in a horse-drawn carriage, a slideshow of them cutting their tall berry-topped cake and showing off the lemon-themed reception décor, and an emotional snapshot of Maria dancing with her father. It was, she wrote on Instagram, "Truly a magical fairytale."
On Oct. 7, "Law & Order: SVU" alum B.D. Wong, 57, married Richert Schnorr, 35, the New York Public Library's director of digital media, in a Jewish ceremony at Giando on the Water in Brooklyn, The New York Times reported. "It really kinda is the happiest day of your life," Richert, who started dating B.D. in 2010, captioned an Instagram photo of himself kissing his new husband during their wedding ceremony.
"The Real Housewives of Atlanta" star Eva Marcille married Michael Sterling in Atlanta on Oct. 7. The wedding happened five months after the couple, who announced their engagement in December 2017, welcomed son Michael Jr. Bravo stars including NeNe Leakes, Cynthia Bailey, Kandi Burruss, Porsha Williams, Shamari DeVoe and Marlo Hampton (who caught the bouquet!) were on hand for the nuptials.
2018 saw not one but two British royal weddings! Five months after Prince Harry married Meghan Markle, Princess Eugenie of York married Jack Brooksbank at the same venue — St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle — on Oct. 12 wearing a Peter Pilotto dress and the Greville Emerald Kokoshnik Tiara. All her famous royal cousins including Prince William and Duchess Kate and Harry and Meghan, plus most of the senior royals — and, of course, dad Prince Andrew and mom Sarah, Duchess of York — were there to witness the beautiful nuptials, which were also attended by celebrity guests including Demi Moore, Liv Tyler, Cara Delevingne, Ellie Goulding, Naomi Campbell, James Blunt, Stephen Fry, Robbie Williams (his daughter was a bridesmaid along with Princess Charlotte and other royal cousins) and more.
First baby news, now a wedding! Jessica Graf and Cody Nickson — who met and fell for one another during Season 19 of "Big Brother" in 2017, won the 30th season of "The Amazing Race" in early 2018 and announced Jessica's pregnancy in September 2018 (it's a girl!) — married in Malibu on Oct. 14. Us Weekly reported that the groom's daughter from a previous relationship served as their flower girl and that "The Bachelor" alum Vanessa Grimaldi was a bridesmaid.
"Brooklyn Nine-Nine" actress Stephanie Beatriz married Brad Hoss in Los Angeles on Oct. 6. She wore a Grace Loves Lace gown in a style called the Rosa — which, in a beautiful coincidence, happens to also be the name of her character on the show. Co-stars and celebrity friends including Andy Samberg, Chelsea Peretti, Jordan Peele, Melissa Fumero and Emmy Rossum were among their 300 guests.
Former President George W. Bush and former first lady Laura Bush's daughter Barbara Bush wore a Vera Wang gown when she married screenwriter Craig Coyne in a secret ceremony at the Bush family's compound in Kennebunkport, Maine, on Oct. 7. Only 20 family members including Barbara's grandfather, former President George H.W. Bush, were in attendance. The bride's twin sister, "Today" show star Jenna Bush Hager (pictured with Barbara at New York Fashion Week in September), was the matron of honor while Jenna's daughters and Craig's niece served as the flower girls and ring bearer. The newlyweds met on a blind date in November 2017 and got engaged just five weeks before they said "I do."
Willow Palin — the 24-year-old daughter of politician Sarah Palin who the world first got to know as she held baby brother Trig during the 2008 Republican National Convention — is now a married woman. Willow wed Ricky Bailey in Talkeetna, Alaska, on Sept. 29 and later shared photos of their beautiful day on Instagram.
Cheetah Girls alum Sabrina Bryan married Jordan Lundberg on Oct. 6 at the Las Vegas home of Wayne Newton, who's been her friend since they both competed on Season 5 of "Dancing With the Stars," People magazine reported. The bride wore two dresses by designer Hayley Paige on her special day — a custom ball gown for the ceremony and a reception look with a plunging neckline and low back.
On Oct. 5, "Bringing Up Bates" star Josie Bates, 19, married Kelton Balka, 23, at Cove Lake State Park in Caryville, Tennessee, Us Weekly reported. The bride's father, Pastor Gil Bates, officiated with Mike Fox, and other family members served in the bridal party and provided musical entertainment for the couple, who started a courtship in January and got engaged in June. The bride posted several photos from their outdoor wedding on Instagram.
Chef and "Good Eats" host Alton Brown confirmed on Twitter on Oct. 1 that he and interior designer Elizabeth Ingram had married over the previous weekend. They exchanged vows on a boat in Charleston, South Carolina, and had their dogs with them to celebrate. The bride wore a gorgeous lacy Stella McCartney gown, the groom wore a tan suit and they both wore sneakers!
It turns out the reports were true! Justin Bieber quietly married Hailey Baldwin in a New York City courthouse on Sept. 13, just two months after he proposed to her and barely three months after they rekindled a previously on-off, casual romance. "They went ahead and did it without listening to anyone," a source close to the couple told People magazine. People also reported that, though the civil ceremony was legal, the pop star and the model don't consider it to be their real wedding, which will be a religious one. After weeks of conflicting reports about the courthouse visit — many outlets said the couple simply got their marriage license, while People always maintained they had a ceremony too — TMZ reported on Oct. 2 that People got it right. The couple had a preacher who's on the faculty at nearby Nyack College on hand for the legal ceremony and one of Justin's friends served as a witness, TMZ reported, adding that Justin and Hailey tied the knot without prenup in place.
Nine months after publicly announcing their engagement, Gwyneth Paltrow married producer Brad Falchuk at her home in the Hamptons on Sept. 29, multiple outlets confirmed. On the guest list? A ton of the couple's famous friends including Jerry Seinfeld and cookbook author wife Jessica, Robert Downey Jr. and producer wife Susan, Cameron Diaz and rocker husband Benji Madden, Steven Spielberg and actress wife Jessica Capshaw and more. It's the second marriage for both.
"Game of Thrones" actor Kit Harington married former co-star Rose Leslie at the Kirkton of Rayne church in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, on June 23. The couple celebrated with a reception for a reported 200 guests at nearby Wardhill Castle, a 12th century property that's been in her family for 900 years. The guest list included "GoT" co-stars Peter Dinklage, Emilia Clarke, Sophie Turner, Maisie Williams, Ben Crompton, Conleth Hill, John Bradley, Joe Dempsie and Liam Cunningham as well as celebrity pals Malin Ackerman and her fiance, Jack Donnelly, plus members of Mumford & Sons, who reportedly performed at the reception. Rose wore a stunning lace dress by Elie Saab and a flower crown under a full-length veil for the nuptials.
John Stamos married pregnant bride Caitlin McHugh at the Little Brown Church in Studio City, California, on Feb. 3 then hosted a reception at their home in Beverly Hills. "It was a very touching ceremony. There were tears, but mostly smiles," a source told People magazine of the nuptials. Caitlin gave birth to their first child, son Billy, two months later.
Country star Maren Morris and singer-songwriter Ryan Hurd tied the knot in Nashville on March 24. The petite bride wore sparkling silver-and-gold platform heels and donned a unique custom-made minidress with a long train from Nashville-based designer Cavanagh Baker to exchange vows with her groom under a foliage-festooned open teepee. Then the couple danced out of their wedding tent as husband and wife. "Did I boogie back down the aisle with my husband to Wilson Phillips' 'Hold On'? DUH," Maren wrote alongside a photo of the joyful moment.
After about three years of dating, "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story" actress Felicity Jones married director Charles Guard on June 30 at Sudeley Castle in England's Cotswolds region in Oxfordshire. The Sun reported that some of her famous co-stars were on the guest list including "The Theory of Everything" actor Eddie Redmayne and "Inferno" lead Tom Hanks.
In mid-March, The Mail on Sunday reported that "House of Cards" star Robin Wright had quietly married her French boyfriend of less than a year, Clement Giraudet — the worldwide VIP relations manager at Saint Laurent — in late 2017 after the pair were seen sporting matching rings. "Robin is not someone who relishes being in the public eye, so this wedding is something she's kept very quiet," a source told the paper. "She and Clement are very happy. He's two decades younger than her but when you see them together you can tell she's very much in love." However, in August, multiple outlets including People magazine reported that Robin and Clement actually tied the knot in southern France on Aug. 10. The actress' daughter, Dylan Penn, took to Instagram to share a video of herself dancing at an outdoor wedding reception in the French countryside, which she captioned, "Weddin vibes." A fan account also revealed a few photos of Robin wearing a white lace bohemian-inspired dress, fueling the nuptial reports.
Just two days after People magazine reported their engagement, Denise Richards and Aaron Phypers tied the knot in Malibu on Sept. 8. Cameras for "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" — Denise is joining the cast next season — captured footage of their wedding day, which was attended by a small group of friends and family including Denise's daughters Lola Sheen, Sam Sheen and Eloise Richards.
No one ever thought it would happen, but on May 25, Hugh Grant married for the first time. The once-notorious bachelor tied the knot with his longtime girlfriend, Swedish TV producer Anna Eberstein, at the Chelsea register office near their West London home. Hugh and Anna share three children together. (He also has two other kids with an ex.)
Surprise! Michelle Williams secretly married musician Phil Elverum, who's known for his work with indie-rock bands Mount Eerie and, previously, The Microphones, she revealed in a Vanity Cover story that hit the internet on July 26. The actress confirmed that she and Phil tied the knot in the Adirondacks with a few friends and their daughters present. (She has Matilda, 12, with the late Heath Ledger; he has Agathe, 3, with his late wife, artist-musician Geneviève Castrée, who died from pancreatic cancer in 2016.) "Obviously I've never once in my life talked about a relationship," Michelle told Vanity Fair. "But Phil isn't anyone else. And that's worth something. Ultimately the way he loves me is the way I want to live my life on the whole. I work to be free inside of the moment. I parent to let Matilda feel free to be herself, and I am finally loved by someone who makes me feel free." Michelle added, "I never gave up on love. I always say to Matilda, 'Your dad loved me before anybody thought I was talented, or pretty, or had nice clothes.'"
Hilary Swank married social venture entrepreneur Philip Schneider in mid-August at the Santa Lucia Preserve in Carmel, California. She wore a lace Elie Saab Couture wedding dress for the ceremony, where BFF Mariska Hargitay served as her matron of honor, and changed into a custom Dior dress later on during the reception where she and Philip — whose best friend, actor Misha Collins, read a poem during the nuptials — performed a tap dance choreographed to Moby's "In My Heart," Vogue reported.
In late June, TMZ revealed that rappers Cardi B and Offset secretly tied the knot in September 2017 in the bedroom of their Atlanta home and managed to keep the happy news quiet for more than nine months. After the news broke, however, Cardi took to social media to confirm the report, explaining, "There are so many moments that I share with the world and then there are moments that I want to keep for myself! Getting married was one of those moments! Our relationship was so new breaking up and making up and we had a lot of growing up to do but we was so in love we didn't want to lose each other." She said she and the Migos rapper just "woke up and decided to get married" that fateful day. She added that she said "I do" with "no dress, no makeup and no ring." A month later in October 2017, Offset publicly proposed with a giant ring on-stage with no mention that they were already husband and wife. "I appreciate and love my husband so much for still wanting for me [to] have that special moment that every girl dreams of when he got down on his knee and put a ring on my finger and he did that for me," she explained, cheekily adding, "at least ya can stop saying I had a baby out of wedlock." Cardi's due to deliver their first child together in July.
Richard Gere quietly married his Spanish girlfriend, Alejandra Silva, in a civil ceremony in early April, Spain's ¡HOLA! magazine reported that month. A source close to the couple also confirmed the marriage to People magazine, adding that the pair were "extraordinarily happy." Weeks later on May 5, the couple threw a wedding celebration at their home in Pound Ridge, New York, which was attended by several Buddhist monks as well as family and friends, People reported. The "Pretty Woman" alum — who's 33 years his bride's senior — has been dating the publicist since 2014. It's the third marriage for the "An Officer and a Gentleman" star, who was previously wed to Cindy Crawford and Carey Lowell.
Musician Neil Young, 72, and actress-turned-activist Daryl Hannah, 57, celebrated their love with a wedding near San Luis Obispo, California, on Aug. 24, the New York Post reported, adding that Neil serenaded Daryl with his song "Harvest Moon" during a near-full moon. Joni Mitchell and Stephen Stills were among the 100 invited guests, who all went home with a heart-shaped locket with photos of the bride and groom inside. According to People magazine, the couple had two ceremonies — the first was on Neil's 1913 vintage boat, the W.N. Ragland, on July 27 in the San Juan Islands off the coast of Washington State.
Model and former "The Real Housewives of Miami" star Joanna Krupa, who divorced first husband Romain Zago in 2017, quietly wed her fiancé of five months, businessman Douglas Nunes, in a civil ceremony in Los Angeles in July, DailyMail.com reported. Three weeks later on Aug. 4, they had a religious ceremony in her native Poland at Krakow's historic Tyniec Abbey. Joanna, who walked down the aisle as an organist played Elvis Presley's "Can't Help Falling in Love," wore a wedding dress by Polish designer Sylwia Romaniuk for the church ceremony.
"Baywatch" alum David Hasselhoff, 66, married Welsh former factory worker Hayley Roberts, 38, in Puglia, Italy, on July 31. The newlyweds — who've been a couple for seven years (they met when she approached him at a UK hotel where he was judging "Britain's Got Talent" to ask for an autograph) — planned to honeymoon in the Maldives, the Hoff told "Entertainment Tonight."
Comedian Amy Schumer surprised the world when she married her boyfriend of just a few months, chef and cookbook author Chris Fischer, on Feb. 13 at a private home in Malibu. Celebrity pals including Jennifer Lawrence, Jake Gyllenhaal, Larry David and David Spade were among their 80 guests. Amy planned their nuptials in just a few days and invited pals via text. "Part of the thing that's good about us getting married so quickly is that we're so in love," Amy said on the "You Up with Nikki Glaser" podcast a few weeks later, explaining that she's glad she didn't have to wait forever for a proposal. "Every girl I know, if they get proposed to they're like, 'Oh now? Now that I can't have kids?'" she quipped. Amy shared photos of their happy day (and her Monique Lhuillier wedding dress) in an Instagram slideshow.
"The Big Bang Theory" star Kaley Cuoco married professional equestrian Karl Cook at his Pomponio horse ranch near San Diego on June 30. "Legally KCSQUARED 6-30-18 ❤," the actress (and accomplished horsewoman) captioned an Instagram photo of herself kissing her new husband, which was followed with several more beautiful snapshots from their wedding day. The bride wore a white lace dress with a cape by Reem Acra for the ceremony then swapped it for a lace Tadashi Shoji jumpsuit for the reception. The star's sister, Briana Cuoco, served as the officiant. Kaley's co-stars Mayim Bialik, Wil Wheaton and ex Johnny Galecki were among the guests. Kaley, who was briefly wed to tennis pro Ryan Sweeting a few years ago, accepted Karl's proposal on her 32nd birthday in November 2017.
"Good Morning America" co-host Lara Spencer married tech entrepreneur Rick McVey in Vail, Colorado, on Sept. 1. People magazine — whose editor posted footage from the wedding — reported that 135 guests attended the outdoor ceremony, which saw the "Flea Market Flip" host's teenage son from her first marriage, Duff, walk her down the aisle while Christina Perri's hit song "A Thousand Years" played in the background. The bride, who wore a sheer lace mermaid-style gown by designer Adam Zohar, is also a mom to daughter Katherine, while Rick has three grown daughters from a previous relationship, People reported.
"Twilight" film franchise alum Ashley Greene married Paul Khoury, a partner in the Lokai inspirational bracelets brand, at the Nestldown retreat in a redwood forest in Los Gatos, California, on July 6. Brides.com — which published photos from the beautiful day — reported that the couple welcomed 120 guests including famous friends Eiza Gonzalez and Josh Duhamel, Aaron and Lauren Paul, Evan Ross, Tom Welling and Sean Faris. Ashley, who wore a custom Katie May wedding dress for the ceremony and a sheer floral-embroidered Windi Williams-Stern dress for the outdoor reception, told the site that she and Paul, who wore an Armani suit, played rock-paper-scissors to decide who would recite their personalized vows first (it was Ashley!).
Actress Eliza Dushku, 37, married Peter Palandjian, 54, on Aug. 18, she announced a month later. The "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" alum, who moved from Hollywood to Massachusetts to attend Suffolk University a few years ago, shared a slideshow of beautiful wedding photos on Instagram revealing that she and Peter, a Harvard-educated former professional tennis player who's now the CEO of the Intercontinental Real Estate Corporation, exchanged vows at the Boston Public Library.
"America's Next Top Model" Season 1 winner-turned-reality TV star Adrianne Curry and Matthew Rhode eloped on Sept. 15 at Glacier National Park in Montana. Their wedding photographer was also their officiant and was the only person with them as they exchanged vows during their "Game of Thrones"-themed wedding, People magazine reported. Adrienne, who was famously wed to "The Brady Bunch" star Christopher Knight from 2006 to 2011, wore a wedding dress that was, she wrote on Instagram, "a replica of #daenerystargaryen qarth dress…complete with custom laser cut brass shoulders, corset and tiara by my bestie @castlecorsetry." Adrienne posted a ton of photos from their gorgeous wedding on her website after the ceremony.
Surprise! It turns out "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" star Rachel Brosnahan is a Mrs. in real life too. On Sept. 25, People magazine reported that the Emmy winner secretly married "The Magicians" actor Jason Ralph earlier this year. The news emerged after the pair were seen wearing wedding bands during the 2018 Emmys on Sept. 17. A source tells Wonderwall.com that the top-secret nuptials actually went down in late 2017.
On Oct. 14, Page Six reported that "Clueless" actress-turned-conservative political pundit Stacey Dash secretly married lawyer Jeffrey Marty in Florida back on April 6. Sources told Page Six the couple had only met 10 days earlier! Jeffrey is best known as the man behind pretend Tea Party Congressman Rep. Steven Smith, a character who regularly sparks outrage on social media despite not being real.
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"Teen Mom 2" star Jo Rivera married Vee Torres in Bloomfield, New Jersey, on Sept. 23. The couple are parents to daughter Vivi. Jo has a son, Isaac, with ex Kailyn Lowry — and both were among the wedding guests on his big day.
"Trading Spaces" star Genevieve Gorder married furniture designer Christian Dunbar in Morocco in late September. She previously told People magazine that they planned to tie the knot "alone" with just her daughter from a previous relationship there to witness it, and it appears they might have done just that then hosted a beautiful dinner party for a small group of friends during a week-long stay that began in Marrakesh on Sept. 17.
"Pretty Little Liars" alum Janel Parrish married chemical engineer Chris Long in her native Hawaii on Sept. 8. The bride wore an Inbal Dror gown for the ceremony, which the groom's brother officiated.
Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte married former Playboy Playmate Kayla Rae Reid, the mother of his toddler son, Caiden, at their home in Gainesville, Florida, on Jan. 9. "I've waited for Kayla my whole life," Ryan told People magazine after the nuptials. "She has given us the most perfect little boy and I can't wait to spend the rest of my life with her and Caiden." For the ceremony, Kayla — who accepted Ryan's marriage proposal in October 2016 — wore the same outfit she had on when she met Ryan, People reported. Then, on Sept. 9, the couple did it again, reciting their vows in front of 100 guests (and their 15-month-old son, who served as their ring bearer), at the Morrow Ranch in Palm Springs, California. Kayla wore a beautiful Galia Lahav wedding gown for the second ceremony and shared photos of their nuptials on Instagram.
Actor Vincent Cassel, 52, married model Tina Kunakey, 21, in their native France in the coastal town of Bidart on Aug. 24, ELLE France reported. Vincent — who has two daughters with first wife Monica Bellucci — told The New York Times in April, "I'm very much in love and sure we are going to make babies." The bride wore a dress designed by Vera Wang.
Six months after going public as a couple, actress Ellen Page revealed she'd married dancer-choreographer Emma Portner. "Can't believe I get to call this extraordinary woman my wife," Ellen captioned an Instagram slideshow showing them embracing and wearing wedding bands on Jan. 3. Emma, a contemporary jazz teacher with choreography credits for Justin Bieber and the New York City Ballet, posted the same photos, captioning them, "I get to call this incredible woman MY WIFE! I LOVE YOU!"
"Strawberry Wine" singer Deana Carter married for the third time on July 6, People magazine reported. The country singer wed Jim McPhail, whom she met through mutual friends in 2017, at the Pearl Hotel in Rosemary Beach, Florida.
French actor Jean Dujardin, who won a best actor Oscar in 2012 for his performance in "The Artist," married ice dancer Nathalie Péchalat at the town hall in Saint-Cloud, France, on May 19. Their young daughter Jeanne, 2, was with them to celebrate. It's Jean's third marriage.
Food Network star Katie Lee married TV producer Ryan Biegel on Sept. 1, she confirmed in an Instagram post (that shows off her gorgeous wedding dress) the following day. E! News reported that the wedding took place at the Lo Scoglio da Tommaso hotel and restaurant at the Marina del Cantone on the Amalfi Coast of Italy. It's the second marriage for the chef and cookbook author, who was previously wed to music legend Billy Joel. She and Ryan announced their engagement in March.
"Saturday Night Live" star Beck Bennett married actress Jessy Hodges, whom he's been with since 2011, at Dawn Ranch in Guerneville, California, on Aug. 25. "I'm so lucky I got to marry you @jessyhodges. Love you forever times a billions," the comedian captioned a slideshow of Instagram photos from their beautiful outdoor ceremony.
Sisqo married Elizabeth Pham in a traditional Catholic ceremony in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on Aug. 17 in front of guests including his old Dru Hill bandmates. He proposed in 2014 following the birth of their daughter, KoKo. The couple, who dated on and off for at least 15 years, also have a son, Ryu, and the music star has another daughter from a previous relationship. His hometown paper, the Baltimore Sun, reported that Sisqo performed his hit track "Thong Song" during the reception. Minneapolis reporter and anchor Delane Cleveland, a high school friend of the bride, tweeted that Sisqo's song-and-dance show during the reception "was fantastic."
Model-turned-beauty entrepreneur Josie Maran married David Belle — whom she recently called "the love of my life" in an Instagram post — on Aug. 26 at 6:30 a.m. on her Pennsylvania farm, reported Popsugar Beauty, which shared photos from the intimate day.
2 Chainz married longtime love Kesha Ward at the Versace Mansion in Miami on Aug. 18. Among the notable guests were Kanye West, Kim Kardashian West, Alicia Keys, Swizz Beatz, Lil Wayne, Gucci Mane, Pusha T and a white tiger.
Model-actress Emily Ratajkowski married filmmaker Sebastian Bear-McClard at a New York City courthouse on Feb. 23 then announced their news on Instagram. Just a couple friends, including the groom's childhood buddy The Fat Jewish, were there to witness the nuptials, which took place only a few weeks after the couple were first romantically linked. The bride wore a yellow suit and a black hat with a net veil attached. "I never loved the idea of white for a wedding because I'm not a pure woman. I'm a woman with a lot of character and experience and life," she explained on Vanity Fair's "In the Limelight" podcast. "I also just love the idea of a suit, especially at City Hall, because it's like you're taking care of business. I really wanted to wear red actually, initially… and then I just love mustard yellow and I found that suit and just knew that it was the one."
Afshan Azad, who played Padma Patil in the "Harry Potter" film franchise, married Nabil Kazi at Symphony Hall in Birmingham, England, on Aug. 19. Among the guests at the ceremony, which she documented on Instagram, were some of her old co-stars including Bonnie Wright, who played Ginny Weasley, and Katie Leung, who played Cho Chang. The couple's Western-style nuptials followed a traditional Bangladeshi wedding ceremony that took place on Aug. 12.
"The Real Housewives of Potomac" star Candiace Dillard married her fiancé of just over a year, Chris Bassett, on Aug. 11. Some of the bride's co-stars were among the 260 guests who celebrated their marriage at the Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium in Washington D.C. The former Miss United States wore a custom gown by Karen Sabag, Page Six reported.
R&B singer Tank married Zena Foster at the First Congregational Church of Los Angeles on July 22 in front of 200 guests including Jamie Foxx (a groomsman), singer J. Valentine (the best man), Michael B. Jordan, Kelly Rowland, LeToya Luckett, Claudia Jordan, Kim Burrell and Elise Neal, People magazine reported. The bride and groom met 18 years ago and took a long break from their romance before reconnecting four years ago. They have two kids together who were also in their wedding party.
Former "NCIS: New Orleans" star Shalita Grant married Sabrina Skau, a commercial director, at City Hall in San Francisco on Aug. 8 in front of 25 guests, People magazine reported. The couple got together in October 2016 after meeting on a dating app. They celebrated with a reception at a private home in Palo Alto, California, where they played lawn and party games and enjoyed a chef-prepared five-course dinner with their loved ones.
NBA star-turned-ESPN commentator Jalen Rose married fellow ESPN personality Molly Qerim, the moderator for "First Take," in New York City, Page Six reported on July 19. It's unclear when they actually tied the knot, but the day after the report broke, Jalen shared a wedding photo on Instagram, captioning it, "Just Married. #Blessed."
"2 Broke Girls" star Beth Behrs married "Mad Men" alum Michael Gladis at the Moose Creek Ranch in Victor, Idaho, on July 21. "I do, we did. Best day of my life," Beth tweeted a few days later. Martha Stewart Weddings reported that the bride wore a lace dress by Monique Lhuillier and the groom donned a blue Brooks Brothers suit for the nuptials. Guests enjoyed some sweet treats at the destination wedding — they were welcomed with gift bags filled with local huckleberry jam and given jars of honey that came from the couple's own California beehive when they left the reception, MSW added.
Rapper Pusha T married longtime love Virginia Williams at the Cavalier Hotel in Virginia Beach, Virginia, on July 21. Guests included Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West, Trey Songz, Fabulous and Pharrell Williams, who also served as best man (and posted a great photo of the bride and groom at their wedding reception on Instagram).
Talk about a fashionable wedding! On July 7, Bee Shaffer, the daughter of Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour, married Italian film director Francesco Carrozzini, the son of late Vogue Italia editor-in-chief Franca Sozzani, at Anna's home in Mastic, New York. Three days later, the pair had a second wedding, this time at a church in Portofino, Italy. Italian magazine Chi reported that after the ceremony in his native country, Francesco visited the cemetery where his mother was buried in 2016.
Actress-singer Vanessa Paradis married filmmaker Samuel Benchetrit at a small schoolhouse town hall in Saint-Simeon, France, on June 30, Le Parisian revealed. The bride's two children with former partner Johnny Depp, Lily-Rose and Jack, were both in attendance. The couple, People magazine reported, got engaged in November 2017 after working together on the movie "Chien."
Singer Faith Evans eloped with music producer Stevie J in Las Vegas on July 17. TMZ reported that the couple, who dated in 2016 and early 2017 before splitting up and reconciling, tied the knot in their hotel room after obtaining a marriage license in Nevada's Clark County. It's the first marriage for Stevie and the third for Faith, who was previously wed to the late Notorious B.I.G. and Todd Russaw.
On May 27, "Pretty Little Liars" alum Sasha Pieterse donned a custom Christian Siriano gown to marry Hudson Sheaffer at the Castle Leslie Estate in County Monaghan, Ireland. "We had the most magical day in Ireland. Our wedding was beyond our wildest dreams," the couple told People magazine, which published photos from the stunning nuptials. The pair are seen here in a honeymoon selfie.
Singer Ledisi revealed on Instagram on July 6 that she'd secretly married her longtime boyfriend, Ron T. Young, during a trip to New Orleans. "The last time I was home in #nola I had a party with my best friend. #alltheway," she captioned a photo of herself in her wedding gown alongside her photographer-director husband.
Country singer Josh Abbott married Taylor Parnell in front of 250 guests at Brazos Hall in Austin, Texas, on July 8. The couple's 14-month-old daughter, Emery Farryn, served as a bridesmaid and the groom's brother and bandmates were groomsmen. Instead of writing their own vows, they stuck to tradition. "I wanted to but Taylor said she didn't want to compete with a professional songwriter, so we let our officiant choose the way they'll be presented," Josh told People magazine.
On July 1, "Dancing With the Stars" Season 13 winner J.R. Martinez married Diana Gonzalez-Jones in Tulum, Mexico, The Knot confirmed. DailyMail.com published photos from the beach nuptials. The Army vet-turned-actor, who survived a 2003 explosion while serving in Iraq, met Diana in 2008 when he joined the "All My Children" cast. She was an assistant to the soap's executive producer. They had a daughter, Lauryn, in 2012 and got engaged in 2017 following a brief split.
Yet another Duggar has tied the knot! In January, "Counting On" star Josiah Duggar announced that he and Lauren Swanson were courting. Less than two months later in March, they revealed they were engaged. On June 30, they married at John Brown University Cathedral of the Ozarks in Siloam Springs, Arkansas, People magazine revealed. Lauren wore a gown from The White Dress Boutique and her eight bridesmaids donned blush-colored dresses handmade by Josiah's sister Jana Duggar and sister-in-law Anna Duggar.
"Shameless" alum Laura Wiggins and stuntman Kyle Weishaar married at the Historic Smithonia Farm in Colbert, Georgia, on June 23. The bride wore a Vera Wang dress and Corral boots and her pet, Henri, served as "best dog," People magazine reported. The couple met on the set of Taylor Swift's Sony TX7 commercial in 2008 and started dating three years later when they were reintroduced by a friend.
On June 26, TMZ reported that "Tosh.0" star Daniel Tosh and Carly Hallam, who writes for his show as well as "Brooklyn Nine-Nine," got married in Malibu on April 15, 2016 — but were able to keep their wedding news secret for more than two years!
On June 16, Country singer Scotty McCreery married pediatric nurse Gabi Dugal in front of 200 guests at the Twickenham House & Hall in North Carolina, People magazine confirmed. The couple met in kindergarten and have been dating for six years. The "American Idol" alum whisked his bride off to Bora Bora for a honeymoon, after which they planned to move in together, as they didn't cohabitate before marriage.
Keegan-Michael Key married producer-director Elisa Pugliese at their New York City home on June 8. The bride wore a sleeveless tea-length Prada wedding dress while the groom donned a blue Paul Smith suit, People magazine reported. The comedy star tweeted a photo of himself kissing his bride captioned simply, "Best. Day. Ever." She replied to his tweet with the sweet message, "Dear Mr. Key, I love you more every day. Sincerely, Mrs. Key."
"Harry Potter" franchise star Matthew Lewis, who memorably played Neville Longbottom in the film series, married Angela Jones in Italy over Memorial Day weekend. He shared a gorgeous wedding photo from their happy day on social media on May 28. The pair got engaged in December 2016 almost a year after they reportedly met at the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Florida's Universal Studios, where Angela worked as an event planner.
Ben Foster and Laura Prepon are husband and wife, the "Orange Is the New Black" star announced on Instagram on June 3. "Just Married! Thank you for all the love and support," she captioned a wedding photo. "Wishing all of us the good stuff!" The actors were first linked in 2016 and welcomed a daughter, Ella, in 2017.
Reality TV star Brody Jenner married Kaitlynn Carter on June 2 at the Nihi Sumba resort off the coast of Indonesia. It's also where he proposed. Brother Brandon Jenner and their mom, Linda Thompson, were among their 50 guests. Brody's dad, Caitlyn Jenner, did not attend because of a work commitment — a decision that has caused tension in the family.
Matt Leinart, the Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback-turned-sports analyst, exchanged vows with actress-turned-law school student Josie Loren on May 26. The couple married at the Basilica of St. Lawrence in Asheville, North Carolina, in front of celebrity guests including Nick and Vanessa Lachey. At the reception, Nick hopped on stage to sing Stevie Wonder's "Superstition" with the wedding band.
Paris Hilton and Nicky Hilton Rothschild's baby brother Barron Hilton married socialite Tessa Gräfin von Walderdorff on the island of St. Barts on June 3. Paris reportedly DJed at the reception.
Music star Tori Kelly announced on May 20 that she and German basketball player André Murillo had tied the knot. "Thank you to everyone who made this the most magical day ever. i'm floating. brb," she captioned an Instagram photo of them embracing on their wedding day.
"Shadowhunters" star (and former "Old Spice" guy) Isaiah Mustafa married publicist Lisa Mitchell on May 26 at Camp Lucy in Austin, Texas, two years after they met at a WonderCon convention in 2016, People magazine reported. The bride wore Monique Lhuillier's Emannuela gown while the groom– who was walked downtime aisle by his teenage daughter, Haley — donned a custom Elevee tux.
"Property Brothers" star Drew Scott married Linda Phan, his longtime love and the creative director of Scott Brothers Global, in front of 300 guests in Italy on May 12. The bride wore a dress by Claire Pettibone and the groom donned a kilt by Claymore Imports. The couple treated guests to a first dance choreographed by his former "Dancing with the Stars" partner, Emma Slater, and her new husband, Sasha Farber. Twin brother Jonathan Scott and big brother J.D. Scott served as Drew's best men.
Actor and "The Bachelor" alum Charlie O'Connell married former Playboy Playmate and actress Anna Sophia Berglund in Montauk, New York, on May 12, his brother, actor Jerry O'Connell, revealed. "Congratulations you guys," Jerry captioned a photo of the bride and groom. Jerry described his baby brother's nuptials as the "Best Wedding eva."
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"The Real Housewives of New Jersey" star Danielle Staub married Marty Caffrey — her 20th fiance — on the island of Bimini in the Bahamas in a sunset ceremony on the beach on May 5, Us Weekly confirmed. The bridal party include co-stars Teresa Giudice, who was Danielle's maid of honor, as well as Melissa Gorga and Margaret Joseph, who were bridesmaids. Danielle wore a Pnina Tornai gown. TMZ added that Danielle's two daughters, Christine and Jillian, were also among her bridesmaids and that "RHONJ" cameras were rolling on the happy day. But just a few months later, the marriage was over: Marty filed for divorce in August.
Michael Cera is a husband. That's what Us Weekly reported on March 12, citing a source who confirmed that the "Arrested Development" alum had secretly married his longtime girlfriend, Nadine, whose last name has never been publicly revealed. The ultra-private couple had been photographed wearing matching bands on their left-hand ring fingers in New York City one day before Us published its story. (Bustle reported that the actor's been wearing the ring since early 2017.) Michael and Nadine appear to have been together since at least 2014. They're seen here at the 2018 Tony Awards in June.
"The Adventures of Pete & Pete" alum Danny Tamberelli married author and literary agent Katelyn Detweiler in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, on May 5. "It's official! We are #thedeterellis The love fest that ensued on this day will certainly not be forgotten by us or anyone who witnessed all the feels. True love transcends and I was honored to share it with so many. I am truly blessed to have found my special person who loves me as much as I love her! @katelyndetweiler you are MY WIFE!?! Amazing," the former child star captioned a slideshow of photos of himself and his bride, whom he met on Tinder in 2014. His old Nickelodeon co-star Michael Maronna (Big Pete) was a groomsman, according to Page Six.
On Jan. 10, Ricky Martin revealed that he'd secretly married his fiance of more than a year, artist Jwan Yosef, explaining that they were planning a big, formal celebration later in the year. "I'm a husband, but we're doing a heavy party in a couple of months… The typical three-day party, the dinner, the rehearsal, the party and the recovery," he told E! News. Being married, the singer-actor explained, "feels amazing."
Reality TV's Lauryn "Pumpkin" Shannon — Alana "Honey Boo Boo" Thompson's 18-year-old big sister — married fiance Joshua Efird in Las Vegas on April 30, TMZ reported. Afterward, the couple — who welcomed a daughter, Ella, in December 2017 — enjoyed dinner with family members including Mama June Shannon and Honey Boo Boo at Buca di Beppo on the Vegas Strip, according to TMZ.
On May 5, "iZombie" star Robert Buckley took to Instagram to reveal that he'd married actress Jenny Wade. He shared a photo with his bride while they were on the island of Koh Samui in Thailand with the caption, "Post-cake fight with (Borat voice) MY WIIIIIFE." Jenny posted a slideshow that included a video of herself shoving chocolate cake in her new husband's face, captioning it with a little poem: "had our cake, ate it too, found more cake, said i do."
On March 25, Star Jones married fellow attorney Ricardo Lugo on a Royal Caribbean cruise ship in the Bahamas. Celebrity guests included Holly Robinson Peete, Vanessa Bell-Calloway, Phaedra Parks, Bill Bellamy, Tina Knowles-Lawson and Richard Lawson. The former "The View" co-host wore a sleeveless mermaid-style Dennis Basso gown and shared a video from their nuptials on Instagram. Instead of walking down an aisle, Star rose up from the floor while surrounded by attendants covering her with giant feathered fans before greeting her groom.
Aidy Bryant took to Instagram on April 30 to reveal she'd married longtime love Conner O'Malley: The funnywoman simply posted a photo of herself and her groom walking down the aisle at the Wythe Hotel in Brooklyn and captioned it with two hearts. The "Saturday Night Live" star and the comedy writer, who started dating a decade ago when both were performers at the Annoyance Theatre in Chicago, got engaged in October 2016.
On March 2, "Grey's Anatomy" star Kevin McKidd announced on his website that he and private chef Arielle Goldrath had gotten hitched. In the same post, he also revealed that they were expecting their first child together. "Arielle and I are so happy to announce our marriage and new baby, who is soon to join our growing family," the Scottish actor wrote alongside a photo from their wedding day. It's Kevin's second marriage.
Nicolas Cage's son Weston Cage Coppola married real estate broker Hila Aronian at an estate in Canyon Country, California, on April 28. Us Weekly reported that the couple's famous guests included the rocker groom's great-uncle, director Francis Ford Coppola, and great-aunt, actress Talia Shire, of "Rocky" fame. Weston posted a video of himself serenading his bride with Elvis Presley's "Can't Help Falling In Love" at their wedding reception. (Fun fact: Nic was once married to Lisa Marie Presley, which means the late King is, technically, Weston's former step-grandfather.) "No poetry or man made words could ever fully encapsulate how honored I am to be your husband. At last. You aren't just the right one for me, you are the only one for me and you are the one that I was woven into the flesh for," Weston — who's been married twice before — captioned the clip.
Model Shanina Shaik married DJ Ruckus (real name: Greg Andrews) in the Bahamas on April 28 following a two-year engagement. E! News reported that the pair wed on Lenny Kravitz's private island (the DJ is the rocker's cousin) and that their famous guests included Ashlee Simpson and husband Evan Ross (who served as a groomsman) and models Hannah Ferguson and Nadine Leopold. Bridesmaids included "WAGS L.A." stars Olivia Pierson, Natalie Halcro and Nicole Williams. People magazine reported that Reverend Run of Run-DMC officiated.
Celebrity tattoo artist and "LA Ink" star Kat Von D announced on Instagram on Feb. 21 that she'd quietly married Prayers lead vocalist Rafael Reyes, who's also known as Leafar Seyer. "Today, I married my soul's mate, my mind's twin, my best friend," she captioned a photo of their inked-up hands wearing wedding bands. In Spanish, she also wrote, "Together in life and in death." On June 2, they exchanged vows again, this time in front of family and friends in Los Angeles during a visually striking and theatrical (not to mention super-goth) ceremony at which the pregnant celebrity tattoo artist wore a red Victorian-inspired gown featuring a long train and a red veil over red antlers. Kat shared photos of their special day in several Instagram slideshows.
On April 23, "Psych" alum Dulé Hill confirmed that he and "Ballers" actress Jazmyn Simon were now husband and wife. She wore a wedding dress by BERTA while he donned a Ralph Lauren tux for their ceremony in the Garden of the Capuchinas in Antigua, Guatemala, People magazine reported. Celebrity pals including his "West Wing" co-stars Allison Janney and Richard Schiff and "Psych" co-star James Roday were among the guests. The couple, who got engaged in April 2017, met on the set of "Ballers."
"Dancing With the Stars" pros Emma Slater and Sasha Farber got married in Los Angeles on March 25. Celebrity guests included Julianne Hough and husband Brooks Laich, Nick Lachey and wife Vanessa Lachey, Drew Scott and Cheryl Burke. The pair shared their first dance as a married couple to Ed Sheeran's "Perfect" — and Sasha surprised his bride with a special video from the English hitmaker right before they hit the dance floor! "I'm married to the man of my dreams," Emma, who wore a gown by Rita Vinieris, wrote on Instagram alongside a wedding photo.
"Sister Wives" star Aspyn Brown — Kody Brown's daughter with third wife Christine — married carpenter Mitch Thompson at La Caille restaurant Sandy, Utah, on June 17, People magazine reported. After their outdoor ceremony — where Kody and the groom wore kilts to honor Mitch's Scottish heritage — the newlyweds celebrated at an indoor reception for 400.
"Shahs of Sunset" stars Mercedes "MJ" Javid and Tommy Feight — who met on Tinder in 2015 — tied the knot on the rooftop patio at the Jeremy West Hollywood hotel on April 21, Us Weekly reported. "Shahs" co-star Reza Farahan was her man of honor, and MJ's dog was the ring bearer. She wore a custom sheer mermaid-style gown by Pedram Couture for her walk down the aisle.
Celebrity chef Cat Cora married director-producer Nichole Ehrlich, whom she started dating in 2017, at the Villa Verano Estate in Santa Barbara, California, on April 21. Both women wore dresses from Kleinfeld Bridal — a Pnina Tornai gown for Cat, a Signore confection for Nichole. "To share our love and commitment to one another, alongside our six sons, was a dream come true," Cat told Us Weekly. "We couldn't have asked for a more perfect day!" Cat has four boys with ex-wife Jennifer, from whom she split in 2015 after 17 years as a couple, while Nichole has two sons with her former partner.
On March 26 — on what would have been the late "Star Trek" actor Leonard Nimoy's 87th birthday — his son, filmmaker Adam Nimoy, married "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine" actress Terry Farrell at City Hall in San Francisco. "Freakin AWESOME day!!!!!!! Love ya all! Aka: Mrs. Adam Nimoy," Terry later tweeted along with a photo of herself and her new husband following their civil ceremony.
After a four-month engagement, model Chanel Iman married football star Sterling Shepard at the Beverly Hills Hotel on March 3. Model Jourdan Dunn was a bridesmaid and Sterling's New York Giants teammate Odell Beckham Jr. was a groomsman.
"Younger" star Nico Tortorella (who identifies as pansexual) married his partner of 11 years, Bethany Meyers (who identifies as gay) at a New York City courthouse on March 9. "Just married. for real," he captioned a slideshow of photos from their happy day. The couple, who have also described themselves as queer and polyamorous, wrote all about their unique and special day for website them. "No guests. No flowers. No rings. My 'dress,' consisting of trousers. His 'tux,' gown inclusive. I suppose you would dub our wedding color white. It was certainly the most traditional thing we did," Bethany wrote.
In January, "Narcos" alum Boyd Holbrook and Denmark-born actress Tatiana Pajkovic shared two milestone moments with fans via Instagram: Not only were they new parents to a son, Day, but Boyd seemingly revealed that they'd gotten married too. "Today I got one of life's greatest gifts and opportunities to become a father to my son Day and husband to my eternal hero @tatianatuts," the "Logan" actor captioned the pic. Tatiana further hinted they'd made things official: She now goes by Tatiana Holbrook on Instagram.
Following the Screen Actors Guild Awards in January, E! News confirmed that "Mudbound" and "Chappaquiddick" actor Jason Clarke and his longtime partner, odel-actress Cécile Breccia, had quietly tied the knot at an unknown date. E! also confirmed that the couple, already parents to a son, were expecting their second boy.
On Feb. 17, former "The View" co-host Jedediah Bila married Jeremy Scher in Huntington, New York, in front of 60 guests, Us Weekly reported. The bride wore a lace Rivini ball gown for her nuptials.
Marcus Lemonis — the star of CNBC's "The Profit" and the CEO of Camping World — married businesswoman Bobbi Raffel at the Hotel Bel-Air in February. "I cried," he told Page Six. "It was just a really special day. Nothing spectacular, very simple. It was just awesome." He said he'd known his bride, from whom he bought a fashion business, for about two years.
Brooks Ayers — "The Real Housewives of Orange County" star Vicki Gunvalson's ex-boyfriend who made headlines when he faked a cancer diagnosis — married his girlfriend of more than a year, Christy Lindeman, in Indiana on March 24. "I'm moving on with life. I've never been better," he told E! News. "It's amazing. Her family's amazing — they were there with us… My parents were there." He called Christy "an amazing young lady" and himself "a very fortunate guy." Brooks also said that he's "moved on from all that drama," referring to his "RHOC" days. "My world is completely different than it was almost three years ago, in a great way," he added.
"The Bachelor" alum Tenley Molzahn, who came in second on Jake Pavelka's season of the ABC show in 2010, married longtime boyfriend Taylor Leopold on April 27. She called it "simply the best day of our lives" in an Instagram post revealing they were "mini-mooning" at the Omni La Costa Resort & Spa in Carlsbad, California, following the ceremony.
"The Bachelorette" and "Bachelor in Paradise" alum Marcus Grodd married Ally Lutar, who owns a marketing and staffing agency, at boutique restaurant venue Brix & Mortar in Vancouver on Jan. 6. The bride wore a lace mermaid-style gown by Ines Di Santo. The groom shared photos on Instagram, where he also described the day as "pure love and joy."