Shameless star Emmy Rossum is officially off the market. She married her boyfriend, Mr. Robot creator Sam Esmail, on Saturday afternoon in New York City. The pair has been engaged since August 2015, when Esmail proposed in Los Angeles with a round-cut diamond and platinum ring.
Rossum and Esmail made it official in an intimate ceremony at the East 55th Street Conservative Synagogue in New York City, People reports. The bride wore an off-the-shoulder gown created by Carolina Herrera, who Rossum revealed would be designing her wedding dress in February. "We haven't done any [fittings]," Rossum told E! News of her future wedding dress while at Herrera’s runway show. "We don't even know yet. We're no where." If this was the product of just four months of work, we're totally wow-ed.
The duo said their vows in front of a stunning floral arch, as seen in a photo the actress shared on Instagram (above). Rossum also posted a photo on Instagram Stories of the newlyweds stealing a moment alone in a stairwell (below).
Their A-list guest list included Robert Downey Jr., William H. Macy, Rami Malek, Christian Slater, and Charly Chaikin. While we don't know much else about the ceremony and reception itself, we do know what she didn’t want the party to be about. “I don't really care what the dress looks like. I don't really care what the plates look like. I don't really care what the invitation looks like,” she said. “The only thing that's really important to me is that we get married and there's some kind of party."
One thing they did put tons of attention towards? Their wedding bands! E! News reports that the couple exchanged rings that are estimated at $75,000 for both. That should come as little surprise considering the focus Esmail put towards choosing the perfect engagement ring for Rossum. He turned to jeweler Neil Lane for the Art Deco ring he proposed with. The sparkler, which came from the jeweler's archival collection of historical rings, People reports, dates back to the 1920s. "I like to think that it's old and I like to imagine who wore it before me and the life they had," Rossum told the outlet. "I don't know the story behind it, but it's from 1920 in Paris, so I like that I've inherited someone's story, and I hope that it's a good one."