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Blake Lively Weds In Marchesa
It has been revealed that actress, Blake Lively, has married fellow actor, Ryan Reynolds, on Sunday night. The fashion house Marchesa confirmed this morning that Blake, 25, walked down the aisle in a ”one-of-a-kind couture bridal ballgown” designed by duo Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig.
The dress was described to of had “hand-draped silk tulle bodice adorned with custom crystal and rose gold embroidery,” revealed a statement from the brand. It is further rumoured that the bride wore a pair of custom made Christian Louboutin heels – after all Blake and the designer are good friends with him being believe to be amongst the bridal party and famously naming a shoe after the blonde bombshell.
Reports claim that the groom and his party all wore custom-made Burberry suits designed by Christian Bailey.
Enlisted to help organise the happy couples “intimate, personalised party” were The Martha Stewart Weddings magazine team and Charleston-based wedding planner Tara Guerard Soiree.
Journalist Darcy Miller posted on the official Martha Stewart Weddings blog that ”Ryan, who has been a long-time fan of Charleston, chose to mark this special occasion in one of his favourite towns,”
“From the heartfelt ceremony to the fun-filled carnival hour and elegant reception, it was a truly enchanting celebration. Congratulations to the newlyweds – thank you for looking to us for help and inspiration, and for including us on your very special day.”
It was also revealed that the newly-wed’s exchanged unique wedding rings by Lorraine Schwartz.
An intimate ceremony at Boone Hall Plantation in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, was the setting for the nuptials - the site being famous for being used as the set of film The Notebook - and was held in front of 60 or so close family and friends.
The pair had been dating for a year after meeting during the filming of Green Lantern in 2010.
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