Wonderwall.com is rounding up all the stars who've said "I do" so far in 2016… starting with Russell Wilson and Ciara who married on July 6 at England's Peckforton Castle in front of 100 friends and family members. Ciara wore a gown designed by Roberto Cavalli. To keep their wedding private, the couple banned guests from bringing cameras and cell phones. By late October, the couple announced that they were expecting their first child together. Talk about a year of milestones! Now keep reading to see which other stars got hitched this year…
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"Pretty Little Liars" actress Troian Bellisario married "Suits" star Patrick J. Adams in an outdoor wedding in Santa Barbara, California, on Dec. 10. Their 200 guests — who included co-stars and friends like Chris Pine, Lucy Hale, Ashley Benson, Sasha Pieterse, Keegan Allen, Ian Harding and Sarah Rafferty — spent the wedding weekend camping in tents.
Eva Longoria and media exec Jose Antonio Baston, the president of Televisa, tied the knot on May 21 in Valle de Bravo, Mexico, at the groom's lakeside home. The pair had been dating for three years and got engaged in Dubai in December 2015.
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Shia LaBeouf and Mia Goth exchanged vows in front of an Elvis Presley impersonator in Las Vegas on Oct. 10. The quickie wedding — which may actually have been a commitment ceremony, as a wedding license was not filed in Clark County, Nevada, it later emerged — took place at the Viva Las Vegas Chapel. Before officially announcing them as husband and wife, Elvis asked the duo, "Do you both agree to adopt each other's hound dogs? To not wear your blue suede shoes in the rain? To always be each other's teddy bear and to give each other a hunk a hunk o' burning love?" After they agreed, Shia was allowed to kiss his bride.
Longtime loves Kevin Hart and Eniko Parrish walked down the aisle on Aug. 13 near Santa Barbara, California. Eniko wore a custom Vera Wang gown, which the proud groom posted pics of early the next morning.
Former "Dancing with the Stars" partners Kym Johnson and Robert Herjavec became life partners when they married on July 31 in front of friends and family in Los Angeles. The bride walked down the aisle with her mother and father as "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" played.
Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes allegedly tied the knot sans fanfare sometime in early 2016 alongside a small crew of friends and family, Us Weekly reported in September. Or did they?! Just hours after that report made headlines, TMZ posted a conflicting story insisting that a source told them the two are not married.
Model Janice Dickinson married Dr. Robert "Rocky" Gerner at a friend's Beverly Hills home on Dec. 10. "I am so delighted, ecstatic, over-the-moon, out-of-body, a runaway bride," Janice told "Entertainment Tonight" just before she tie the knot. "When Rocky first introduced himself to me, I felt like I had seen a unicorn, a one-of-a-kind. He's the brightest and the best and the funniest and the most exciting man I've ever met in my life."
On July 9, Hannah Davis and Derek Jeter tied the knot at Meadowood Napa Valley Resort in St. Helena, California. Hannah wore a Vera Wang gown for the ceremony and changed into a different Vera Wang dress for the reception. Right after the wedding, Hannah changed her last name from Davis to Jeter on Instagram. She was also quick to show off her ring bling after news of their engagement broke in October 2015.
Jamie-Lynn Sigler married pro baseball player Cutter Dykstra on Jan. 16 in Palm Springs, California, after a three-year engagement. The two have a son together, 2-year-old Beau, who held a baseball home plate sign that read "Here comes my mommy" at the ceremony.
"The Bachelor" has a couple success story… sort of! Jade Roper didn't get the final rose from Chris Soules on her season of "The Bachelor," and Tanner Tolbert didn't win over Kaitlyn Bristowe on "The Bachelorette," but the two did manage to find love on another Bachelor Nation show — "Bachelor in Paradise." The couple met and got engaged on the show in 2015 and tied the knot on Jan. 24 at the St. Regis Monarch Beach in Dana Point, California. Like their relationship, the wedding, too, was filmed for television, this time for "The Bachelor at 20," an ABC special commemorating the show's 20 seasons.
"Dancing With the Stars" pro Witney Carson started out the New Year with an "I do." The dancer married high school sweetheart Carson McAllister in the Salt Lake City area on Jan. 1.
"The Real" co-host Adrienne Bailon and Israel Houghton tied the knot at the Hotel Plaza Athénéel in Paris on Nov. 11. E! News reported that there were 70 guests in attendance including Loni Love, Jeannie Mai and Tamera Mowry-Housley. Adrienne planned her wedding on a flight back from Paris after Israel popped the question there on Aug. 12. She told E! in early September, "I got engaged in Paris and I had a flight home back to L.A. — it's a very long flight — [and] I pretty much planned the whole wedding on the plane ride home, so I'm good!"
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Topher Grace wed actress Ashley Hinshaw in a private ceremony in Santa Barbara, California, on May 29. The two, who got engaged in January 2015, dated for more than two years before making things official.
"Rich Kids of Beverly Hills" stars Morgan Stewart and Brendan Fitzpatrick had a swanky wedding ceremony on May 7 at the Hummingbird Nest Ranch outside of Los Angeles. The couple employed a clever hashtag for their nuptials: #fitzperfectly.
Ne-Yo and Crystal Renay made things official on Feb. 20 in Los Angeles. Less than a month later, the two had quite the wedding gift — Crystal delivered their son, a boy named Shaffer Chimere Smith Jr.
It was a pop-punk union for Paramore's Hayley Williams and New Found Glory's Chad Gilbert. The two tied the knot on Feb. 20 in Franklin, Tennessee, after a very long courtship. The two started dating back in 2008 and got engaged in December 2014.
Rupert Murdoch and Jerry Hall first wed in a private civil ceremony in London on March 4 then made things more public the next day. The 84-year-old media mogul married the 59-year-old supermodel (and Mick Jagger ex) in a formal church ceremony attended by all their children on March 5.
Michael C. Hall married again for the third time this year! The actor wed girlfriend Morgan MacGregor on Feb. 29 — yes, Leap Day — in a quiet, private Monday-morning ceremony at New York's City Hall.
Michael Phelps and Nicole Johnson secretly tied the knot on June 13 in Paradise Valley, Arizona — about a month after Nicole gave birth to their son Boomer, but their wedding news didn't come out until Oct. 26. Three days later on Oct. 29, the couple celebrated again with a formal wedding ceremony in Mexico.
"Empire" co-stars Trai Byers and Grace Gealey got married at a mansion on Grand Cayman Island on April 14. The two got engaged in July 2015, about four months after going public with their romance.
Comedians Chelsea Peretti and Jordan Peele quietly eloped and didn't fess up to their nuptials until April 25 when he appeared on "Late Night with Seth Meyers." The two started dating in 2014 and got engaged in November 2015. Though their exact wedding date is unknown, the two did reveal via Instagram that their only witness was their adorable pooch.
"Magic Mike XXL" star Adam Rodriguez married longtime love Grace Gail in a romantic ceremony in Tuscany, Italy, on May 2. The two share a daughter together, Frankie, born in 2014.
Singers Amy Heidemann and Nick Noonan of the band Karmin revealed on March 18 that they'd finally gotten married after a long engagement, but the date of their ceremony is actually unknown. The only tip-off that the two had even tied the knot came in a tweet from Amy in which she referred to Nick as "hubby" for the first time.
Ballet dancer Misty Copeland and her attorney groom Olu Evans tied the knot on July 31 in front of 100 guests in Laguna Beach, California.
Zosia Mamet and Evan Jonigkeit married at the Cedar Lakes Estate in Port Jervis, New York, on Oct. 2. "@evanj550 my best friend, my soulmate, my HUSBAND, I love you," Zosia captioned an Instagram photo of two rubber ducks dressed as a bride and groom. "Here's to forever and a day."
How romantic! Music mogul Jimmy Iovine and model Liberty Ross picked Valentine's Day for their nuptials, which took place at music producer David Geffen's Malibu, California, home. The bride wore a black Givenchy dress while all female guests — including Oprah Winfrey — wore red.
Daisy Fuentes and Richard Marx legally wed on Dec. 23, 2015, in Aspen, Colorado, but the two had so much fun the first time they decided to do it all again on Feb. 4. The happy newlyweds celebrated their second wedding at the London Hotel in West Hollywood, California.
"The Flash" actor Robbie Amell and "Designated Survivor" actress Italia Ricci wed in downtown Los Angeles on Oct. 15 after eight years together. Celebrity guests at their nuptials included Victor Garber and Carlos and Alexa PenaVega, Us Weekly reported. The couple had been engaged since August 2014.
Anna Camp and Skylar Astin married in a vineyard wedding at Sunstone Winery in Santa Ynez, California, on Sept. 10 following a nine-month engagement.
Josh Brolin and Kathryn Boyd married on Sept. 24 at an undisclosed location in North Carolina, Josh's rep confirmed to E! News. Their wedding hashtag for guests was #JBKBStuckTogether.
On Aug. 17, "Vanderpump Rules" stars Tom Schwartz and Katie Maloney tied the knot at TwentyMileHouse in Northern California in front of 120 guests. "Our theme is woodsy-elegance, and the thing I'm most, most excited about is that we get to have so many of our close family and friends there. It just makes it that much more special," Katie told E! News.
"Dancing with the Stars" pro and musician Mark Ballas wed singer-songwriter BC Jean on Nov. 25 at Calamigos Ranch in Malibu. Many "DWTS" alums were among their 160 guests, including Julianne Hough, Jenna Johnson, Hayley Erbert, Sharna Burgess and Derek Hough, who served as Mark's best man. The bride, who wrote Beyonce's hit "If I Were a Boy," stunned in an embroidered white gown by designer Idan Cohen and a jeweled headpiece by Marianna Harutunian.
"Burning House" singer Cam married Adam Weaver in Joshua Tree, California, on Sept. 24. Cam wore a Jenny Packham gown and walked down the aisle to a mariachi band playing "Bésame Mucho," according to People magazine.
Designer Christian Siriano married Brad Walsh in a romantic ceremony at their home in Danbury, Connecticut, on July 9. The couple wore black for the ceremony, which was officiated by actress Kristen Johnston, and asked all their guests to don white. This wedding was three years in the making: Christian and Brad got engaged on July 28, 2013.
Princess Love and Ray J tied the knot on Aug. 12. People magazine reported that they said their vows in front of 150 guests at the Vibiana in Los Angeles. Princess shared this Instagram photo of the two of them in a car after their wedding with the caption, "Just Married!"
Corbin Bleu and Sasha Clements tied the knot on July 23 in front of 160 guests at Hummingbird Nest in Santa Susana, California. The former "High School Musical" star spoke about their wedding day to People magazine. "I have to say my favorite part was the feeling that started in my toes and went all the way to the top of my head when Sasha came through the gate to the entrance of our venue and walked down the aisle," Corbin said. "From the flowing veil in the wind as she walked, to the big smile on her face, it suddenly hit me that this stunning woman that was looking at me was going to marry me and make me the happiest man in the world."
Chris Hardwick and Lydia Hearst said "I do" on Aug. 20 in front of 450 guests. She wore a custom-designed pink Christian Siriano dress and he wore a Prada suit. Back in February 2016, Lydia told Wonderwall.com about his marriage proposal. "I was trying to celebrate him because he won one of the Creative Arts Emmys. So I wanted to celebrate and he said that there was sort of an afterparty up in one of the penthouses," she explained. "Obviously I said, yes, we need to go because it's your big night. Then he tricked me." Chris further shared, "I had flowers — I was just, like, throwing a bunch of flowers all over the floor. So we walked in the room and there was flowers everywhere. I was like, 'I totally lied to you.' And I dropped down and asked her to marry me."
Actress Jennifer Carpenter tied the knot with folk-rock musician Seth Avett over Memorial Day weekend in a small and private ceremony in North Carolina, but news of their nuptials didn't go public until June 17. Jennifer and the Avett Brothers singer are parents to a 1-year-old son, Isaac.
Television host Louise Roe and Mackenzie Hunkin tied the knot in Windsor, England, on Oct. 1. Martha Stewart Weddings reported that their romantic ceremony took place inside the historic Eton College Chapel.
Grammy-winner Jill Scott married longtime boyfriend Mike Dobson on June 25. Mike reportedly surprised Jill by getting Big Daddy Kane to perform during their reception.
At the age of 75, music legend Paul Anka married Lisa Pemberton at the Four Seasons in Los Angeles on Oct. 22.
"Million Dollar Listing New York" realtor Ryan Serhant married Emilia Bechrakis on the island of Corfu in Greece on July 7. According to People, they had 150 guests there and the bride wore a Romona Keveza gown.
A week after proposing, Corey Feldman and Courtney Anne Mitchell tied the knot in front of about 20 guests at Elton John's Fizz champagne lounge at the Caesars Palace Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. Corey made the wedding announcement through Twitter on Nov. 22. "C…..I told U all 2Day would b a special 1! #StayTuned #More2Come," he tweeted.
"Million Dollar Listing" stars Heather Bilyeu and Josh Altman finally tied the knot in an April 2 ceremony in Aspen, Colorado. The wedding was a long time coming, as the two were originally planning to marry back in 2014 but had to postpone due to their crazy schedules.
"Glee" star Becca Tobin married longtime beau Zach Martin at the Amangani hotel in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, on Dec. 3, 2016. Her former co-stars Lea Michele, Jenna Ushkowitz, Kevin McHale, Meg Doyle, Michael Hitchcock, Matt Hodgson and Dante Russo were all there — plus Jane Lynch officiated the ceremony. How cool is that?
"The Walking Dead" alum Steven Yeun married Joana Pak on Dec. 3, 2016, at the Paramour Estate in Los Angeles. Three days later, a source confirmed to Us Weekly that the newlyweds are expecting their first child!