Boho brides, listen up! Troian Bellisario's recent wedding was actually your bohemian Pinterest board come to life... Troian Bellisario of Pretty Little Liars fame married her longtime love, Suits actor Patrick J. Adams, this weekend in a boho-glam, camping-themed ceremony that'll have you packing your bags and heading to the great outdoors.
After an almost two-year long engagement, Bellisario and her beau have finally walked down the aisle! People magazine has reported that the pair are officially married after tying the knot on Saturday, December 10 in Southern California. But this couple celebrated with three whole days of festivities. And a wedding that special of course needs a name! Bellisario and Adams went above and beyond your everyday wedding hashtag, deciding to dub their nupitals "Fort Day" on their wedding invites.
And when "Fort Day" finally arrived, the to-be-wedded couple and their guests drove up to the wedding venue in style, via a converted school bus decked out with a sign that read "Almost Married" on the back. Guests spent the weekend glamping in some super chic tents, before the actual "I dos" took place. Who needs a hotel block, amiright?
On the day of the nupitals, Adams and Bellisario addressed their guests before the ceremony. "Thank you guys so much," Adams told the crowd with his bride by his side wearing a sleek white dress with a wide-brimmed black hat. "Have the greatest weekend, that's all that we want for this wedding. We're so happy to have you. Let it begin!"
The "I dos" took place under a canopy of trees in the great outdoors ,where Bellisario looked the part of a woodland princess bride in a wispy white Cortana wedding dress, complete with sheer sleeves and a boho-glam Amaroq headpiece. After making it #offish, the newlyweds headed down to the shoreline for some uber-romantic wedding photos, before their lush flower-filled wedding reception.
There, the couple shared a lovey-dovey first dance, but that wasn't their only dance floor foray. The groom also serenaded his bride during the wedding weekend in a bonfire-style performance. The sleep-away camps of our childhood were nothing like this!