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Mandy Moore and Taylor Goldsmith Are Married!

The musicians tied the knot in their own backyard.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Mandy Moore and Taylor Goldsmith are married! As reported by E! News, the This Is Us star wed her musician fiancé on Sunday in "an intimate backyard wedding at Mandy's home that started just after sundown" with just about 50 people present. A new Instagram post from the bride better documented the celebration, which was photographed by Kelly Brown and designed by Sarah Simmonds. Complete with a rug-defined altar and Of The Flowers pampas grass arrangements, the affair definitely lived up to its "very boho" aesthetic.

 

Following the outdoor ceremony in Pasadena, the newlyweds and their loved ones headed to The Fig House in Los Angeles's Highland Park neighborhood. The guest list included some of the bride's current costars (Milo Ventimiglia, Chrissy Metz, and Sterling K. Brown), former boyfriend Wilmer Valderrama, and best friend Minka Kelly. While it wasn't a sit-down dinner, the food still flowed, thanks to caterer Room Forty, who prepared several stations offering everything from raw food and vegetarian options to cheese and charcuterie. Drinks accompanied the fare, with attendees hitting up the whiskey bar or grabbing glasses of wine.

 

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As for the bride's attire? Moore's makeup artist Jenn Streicher originally posted a now-deleted photo of Moore's blush pink wedding dress, which Moore later revealed with her own post. Her Rodarte bridal gown boasted multiple tiers of dotted blush tulle, with a floral embellishment at the waist and ruffled neckline. She paired it with a complementary veil and shimmering eye shadow.

 

Her fashion choice comes as no surprise, as the actress told People just months ago that that her dress would be a nontraditional selection. "I'm kind of confident that it's not going to be the stereotypical white wedding dress, because it just doesn't feel the most me," she said.