Miranda Kerr has gone from strutting down the runway to strutting down the aisle! Well, to be specific, a makeshift aisle in her Los Angeles home, as the supermodel just joined the ranks of other celebs who have secretly tied the knot. This weekend, Miranda Kerr and her love, Snapchat founder Evan Spiegel, said "I do" in a small and intimate at-home wedding. Read on for all the big day details!
Back in July, Kerr and Spiegel revealed their engagement with Kerr sharing a totally on-brand #ringselfie to Instagram, complete with Bitmoji caricatures (which are—surprise!—owned by Snapchat) of her and her now-hubs. Gotta promote the family business, ya know?
And on Saturday, May 27, 2017, the couple made it official, tying the knot at their L.A. home. According to PEOPLE, the guest list was kept trim, with only 40 of the pair's friends and family making the cut. But, despite the wedding's small size, Kerr and Spiegel went big on the luxurious details.
"For a small wedding, it has been a huge production," a source revealed to the entertainment mag. "The wedding and reception are intimate, but lavish and classy. Miranda has been very involved. She has great taste and knew exactly what she wanted. She is very sweet. She is ecstatic to marry Evan."
The low-key nupitals certainly do sound heavy on the lavish and luxe. According to E! News, guests arrived to the residence at 4 P.M., as cocktails were being served in an open air tent on the property. Among the rustic-chic decor (think farmhouse tables, benches, and blush garden roses), a pianist played "When You Wish Upon a Star," for the revelers.
The bride and groom were then married in a short, 20-minute ceremony. "The vows were beautiful," a source shared with E!, noting that both Kerr and Spiegel had tears in their eyes and that Kerr looked like a "natural princess." We have no doubts about that!
TMZ also reports that Kerr took over as wedding singer at the reception to croon a rendition of Shania Twain's "You're Still the One" to her new hubby, which just sounds ahh-maze-ing.
Damn you, secret weddings! We wish were there to see!