Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds have done a Natalie Portman (read: got hitched in secret) and left us all desperate for more details on their super-mysterious wedding. Thank goodness for gossipy inside sources, eh?
We're only a teeny bit jealous about the fact that Ryan and Blake, who have been dating for about a year since meeting on the set of 'Green Lantern', didn't invite us to their secret wedding.
Although, when people like Blake's brother Jason start bragging about how amazing it was to The News, we can't help but turn green with envy:
“It was amazing... I traveled all around the country and rented cars from out of state to keep it under wraps. I think they did a good job. It was spectacular.”
We get it Jason; it was amazing and we weren't there. Tell us something we don't know!
At least we've got all of your need-to-know wedding questions covered.
First up, the Gossip Girl actress walked down the aisle in a one-of-a-kind Marchesa bridal ballgown designed by friends Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig. Sources for the firm have revealed that the gown featured a hand-draped silk tulle bodice (luxe!), covered with custom crystal and rose gold embroidery.
When you're as gorgeous as Blake Lively, you don't need to worry about your bridesmaids upstaging you, which is why she chose to put them in some drop-dead gorgeous Marchesa gowns. Think blush silk chiffon with crystal embroidered detail.
Ryan Reynolds may be the face of Marks & Spencer, but he didn't opt for one of their suits on his big day - thank goodness. Instead, the handsome actor opted for custom-made Burberry suits with leather suspenders. How very Mr Darcy of him!
Apparently the couple exchanged wedding rings by New York jeweler Lorraine Schwartz, a source previously told The News.
Marie Antoinette would have ADORED the Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds $3,000 wedding cake. Baked by Maggie Austin Cakes in Maryland, it was driven eight hours across three state lines, according to sources at The News.
Sources have claimed that the pair enjoyed an ntimate, personalized party at a rustic barn in Charleston, South Carolina - and the lucky guests of Ryan and Blake were treated to a “fun-filled carnival hour” and elegant reception. Not to mention a live performance by Florence Welch of Florence and the Machine, if reports at People are to be believed.
It sounds spectacular, doesn't it? We wish we could have been there...