No, yoni eggs were not given out as wedding favors (as far as we know, anyway), but good news! Goop founder and actress Gwyneth Paltrow and producer Brad Falchuk are married. The couple said their I do's on Saturday at their Hamptons home.
Chances are, your favorite celeb was in the Hamptons this weekend to celebrate the nuptials of Falchuk and Paltrow. The days-long festivities began with a rehearsal dinner at Jerry Seinfeld's house, leading up to the main event—the ceremony between Falchuk and Paltrow on Saturday.
Diaz reportedly arrived the morning of the ceremony to help Paltrow get ready and spend some time with the bride, according to E! News. As the day went on, the rest of the estimated 75 guests arrived and were greeted by cocktails and the sound of a string quartet. The ceremony—which started around 5 p.m.—took place under a tent in the front yard by a huge tree, beneath which the couple said their vows.
In addition to the fall foliage, Paltrow and Falchuk's altar decor reportedly consisted of an archway of greenery surrounded by lanterns. Their floral and candle adornments flowed into the reception where two long wooden tables were set with tall votive candles and white and wine colored blooms. Live music played during the tented backyard dinner party.
Paltrow took to Instagram to confirm the good news with a no-caption-necessary photo on Sunday, posting a pic of her and her now husband's hands showing off their simple gold wedding bands.
Gwyneth Paltrow and Brad Falchuk first met on the set of Glee (which Falchuk produced alongside Ryan Murphy) when the actress guest-starred as substitute teacher Holly Holliday. They began their relationship in 2014, and then in January of this year the couple announced their engagement, with Paltrow debuting her huge sapphire engagement ring and the pair appearing in the "Sex & Love" issue of Goop magazine. "We feel incredibly lucky to have come together at this juncture in our lives when our collective successes and failures can serve as building blocks for a healthy and happy relationship," the two said in the statement.
“Personally, at midlife, I have tried to accept how complex romantic love can be,” she continued. “I have decided to give it a go again, not only because I believe I have found the man I was meant to be with, but because I have accepted the soul-stretching, pattern-breaking opportunities that (terrifyingly) are made possible by intimacy.”