After a seven-month-long engagement, Colton Haynes and Jeff Leatham are officially married. According to People, the couple tied the knot on Friday in a lavish wedding at the Palm Springs Hotel in California. Best of all, their ceremony was officiated by longtime friend Kris Jenner.
In addition to their A-list officiant, the star-studded guest list included Haynes' American Horror Story costars Billie Lourd, Cheyenne Jackson, and Leslie Grossman. Sofia Vergara, Joe Manganiello, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Chelsea Clinton, and Lisa Rinna were also in attendance. The grooms both wore white tuxedos for the ceremony, which was black-and-white themed. Leatham, a celebrity floral designer, decorated the venue with walls of candles and red roses, which were all part of his original wedding vision. "Red roses. Only red roses," he said in June of his floral plan.
The duo's guests were clearly wowed by the wedding's romantic vibe. "Jeff, you have outdone yourself," Grossman said on her Instagram stories, where she posted photos of the décor and dessert bar. Jackson also wished the couple well on social media. "Our beloved friends @jeffleatham & @coltonlhaynes just got married. Couldn't love you guys more," he wrote, alongside what appeared to be a photo booth snapshot of the couple. In her own Instagram tribute, Billie Lourd called the couple's nuptials the "ultimate fairytale wedding" before writing, "love y'all so much."
While the color white ruled the ceremony's décor, black seemed to be the theme of the reception. At the beginning of the party, the couple swapped out their white tuxedos for matching black Elie Saab sequin shirts. Later on in the evening, they sliced into a three-tier black wedding cake, above, by the renowned Chef Chris Ford—the cake was inspired by the couple's party shirts, and featured hundreds of handcrafted black roses and crushed pebble-like sparkles.
The theatrical color scheme isn't surprising at all, since both Haynes and Leatham promised major drama in the months leading up to the wedding. "It's going to be insane," Haynes told People in June. For Haynes, though, the best part of his wedding day was getting to call Leatham his husband. “Last night I married the man of my dreams. I’m still crying happy tears,” he wrote on Instagram. “ @jeffleatham… I love you & am excited to spend the rest of my life with you.”