More Details On Blake & Ryan’s Secret Wedding [AUDIO]

September 10, 2012 8:11 am

A congratulations to both Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds! People magazine reported this morning about the pair’s secret nuptials over the weekend in Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina

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The newlyweds were quite successful in keeping their secret plans out of the media. People magazine reporter Steve Helling called in to “On Air With Ryan Seacrest” to give fans more details on the romantic and intimiate ceremony.

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The Location:
They chose a place where they could have absolute privacy. Nobody could see the wedding going on and they just did it quietly with about 60 of their closest friends and family.

The Ceremony:
The ceremony was a traditional ceremony. She walked down the isle, they smiled at each other and gave each other loving glances throughout the ceremony. It was as traditional as most weddings.

The Ring:
Everybody’s trying to figure out where the ring is from. Obviously, it wasn’t just a regular band. It’s a stunning ring but we don’t have any information yet on the carat size or anything like that.

In Comparison to Beyonce’s Lorraine Schwartz Ring:
I don’t think that’s Blake’s style. I think she’d want something a little more understated than that.

The Bride’s Dress:
She was wearing a simple white dress. She had on not a lot of makeup; her hair was up. She just looked gorgeous and she looked dewy and happy and serene.

A Shotgun wedding?
There was no indication of a pregnancy, not yet.

Who Was There To Celebrate:
Florence Welsh was there. And of course, just family and friends. It wasn’t a big Hollywood type of wedding

On How They Kept The Secret.
We did know about it, but in general they decided that this was going to be a low-key affair. They only let people know who needed to know. They made it a point not to tell their blabbermouth friends until it was too late for them to do anything about it.


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