Amy Schumer, Like All of Us, Can't Stop Posting Photos of Her Wedding

Clearly, she's making up for her lack of engagement ring selfies

Updated 02/18/18

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Amy Schumer is flooding our feeds with photos of her wedding, and we are here for it. The comedian said I do just days ago in a star-studded wedding that wholly took us by surprise considering that we didn't know that Schumer was even engaged to her love, chef Chris Fischer. But luckily, Schumer is making up for her lack of engagement ring selfies with tons of wedding photos she's posting all over social media. Here are the newest wedding photos Schumer shared.

We're willing to bet that you won't be able to resist flooding your friends' feeds with wedding photos after the big day. After all, you've paid a lot for those pics—might as well show them off. But you're in good company! Amy Schumer also can't seem to resist sharing those shots, either. This weekend, the Trainwreck actress took to Instagram to share more photos from her February 13 wedding.

This new series of photos feature Schumer's sister, Kim, sobbing at the sight of the beautiful bride in her Monique Lhuillier wedding dress (find out where to buy it here!). Schumer's sis was a bridesmaid at the Malibu wedding and wore a pink-hued bridesmaid dress and flower crown for the occasion. "Kim crying like a lil baby when she saw me in my dress," Schumer wrote in the caption. Another photo in the series showed Kim giving a tearful toast at the reception, while another featured both sisters and their husbands posing arm-in-arm. "Kim and I lookin tiny next to our dudes," Schumer pointed out in the caption.

She continued, "Thanks for always always being with me to have a celebration Chardonnay when something big happens thanks for loving me and Chris."

Schumer also shared a snapshot of her new hubby's sister, Molly. "My new sis. Thank you. I love you," she captioned the photo of her sister-in-law's toast.

The comedian's sister wasn't the only one crying at the wedding. Wedding guest Jennifer Lawrence also admits to sobbing through the ceremony. "It was beautiful," J.Law told Entertainment Tonight. "It was very sudden, but it was...I was sobbing the whole—his vows were stunning. It's when two people really love each other and they really mean it, it shows, and it was a beautiful ceremony and an amazing time. I couldn't be happier for them."

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