Blake Lively Married Ryan Reynolds in Marchesa

So Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds got married this weekend. And while photos of the blessed event have yet to be released (do we smell a People exclusive?), details are starting to trickle in. For one, the ceremony was held at Boone Hall Plantation in Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina and Florence Welch apparently performed--but, of course, all we really want to know about is her dress.
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So Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds got married this weekend. And while photos of the blessed event have yet to be released (do we smell a People exclusive?), details are starting to trickle in. For one, the ceremony was held at Boone Hall Plantation in Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina and Florence Welch apparently performed--but, of course, all we really want to know about is her dress.
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Photo: Getty

As you're no doubt aware, Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds got married this weekend (Or maybe you're not because we never saw it coming either.) And while photos of the blessed event have yet to be released (do we smell a People exclusive?), details are starting to trickle in. For one, the ceremony was held at Boone Hall Plantation in Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina and Florence Welch apparently performed--but, of course, all we really want to know about is her dress.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Mrs. Ryan Reynolds chose a custom-made Marchesa for her wedding. This is a slightly unexpected choice for Lively who's currently a brand ambassador for Gucci, and has also repped Chanel. Of course, Gucci isn't exactly known for their bridalwear but Karl Lagerfeld on the other hand has designed quite a few celebrities' wedding dresses.

While no details have emerged on what the gown looked like, given Lively's traditional values, we have a feeling it was a classic white, frothy number, which just happens to be one of Marchesa's specialities. We're also placing bets that the bride, ever fond of showing off her gams, changed into a super-short white Marchesa number for the reception dinner.