Long before meeting her now-husband Prince Harry, Meghan Markle had been briefly married to Hollywood producer Trevor Engelson. The couple split in 2013 after citing irreconcilable differences and they have both moved on—Markle is a new mom to a royal baby, while Engelson happily announced that he had proposed to nutritionist and heiress Tracey Kurland last year. Over the weekend, Engelson and Kurland tied the knot during a casual-chic reception at the Rosewood Miramar beach resort in Montecito, California.
The Daily Mail found a few social media photos that showed how the newlyweds mixed some personal touches into their wedding's glamorous aesthetic. The bridesmaids wore delicate floral headbands and watched as Kurland walked into a clear tent, dotted with chandeliers, tons of flowers, and twinkling string lights. A picture of the menu revealed that the food was pretty casual, with tasty standards such as burgers, French fries, Caesar salad, and fresh oysters. Guests got to lounge by a pool and play outdoor games, like human-sized Jenga and corn hole, with boards that featured the couple's initials on them.
Social media images also capture the bride and groom enjoying their first dance and participating in the hora with family and friends.
Kurland wore a stunning off-the-shoulder lace gown, while Engelson went with a classic tux and bow tie — a look that was a bit more formal than the more fun attire they put together for their rehearsal dinner. A source gave ET details about the pre-wedding event, which took place the night before.
"The aesthetic was so them. Trevor wore a pink suit and loafers, and Tracey looked stunning in a two-piece gown," the source said. "She wore her hair in loose waves and rocked an adorable black-and-white polka dot bow."
They added, "They wanted the weekend to be laid-back and comfortable, something where their personalities really could shine. They thought of every detail and were making sure their guests had the best time."
The source also shared that Engelson and Kurland were "literally glowing," which is solid proof that everything worked out just the way they wanted.