This is… marriage. Mandy Moore married Taylor Goldsmith on Sunday, November 18, at her home in Los Angeles, according to E! News.
The couple was surrounded by close family members and friends, including Moore’s This Is Us cast members like on-screen husband Milo Ventimiglia, as well as Chrissy Metz and Sterling K. Brown. E! described the “intimate backyard wedding” style as “very boho.” The decor included textured floral arrangements as well as “rugs on the floor surrounding the altar.”
Instead of a white gown, Moore opted for a pink gown by Rodarte with a matching veil. The star’s makeup artist Jenn Streicher shared a now-deleted slideshow on Instagram from the wedding, revealing the bride’s look. “Yesterday was pretty magical. I laughed, I cried and I danced real hard,” she wrote.
After the ceremony, guests filed over to the Fig House in nearby Highland Park to toast to the newlyweds. The couple served different types of food stations, including a whiskey bar. They also reportedly served 12 different kinds of cake for their guests to sample and enjoy.
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Happy Birthday to my favorite. I can’t wait to hike every mountain with you, T.
Fans anticipated Moore’s wedding was looming following her bachelorette in late October. “We’re pretty tame,” she told Ellen DeGeneres of the weekend in New Orleans. “I mean, you know New Orleans people go and get pretty rowdy, but I think we were in bed by like 10 o’clock every night. We had a glass of wine and we’re like, ‘We’re good. We’re good.’”
Moore and Goldsmith first met on social media and dated for two years before he proposed in September 2017.
The bride took to Instagram Monday to share a post–but it wasn’t related to her wedding day. The Walk to Remember star shared a slideshow of one of her cats. “This weekend was a roller coaster of emotions in every way. Sometimes life doesn’t consider that you have big plans underway. Sometimes the earth just falls right out beneath you,” Moore expressed. “We lost our sweet Madeline very suddenly on Saturday evening and my heart is so utterly broken. She had an enlarged heart (it had to be true because there wasn’t a sweeter, more affectionate cat in all the land), blood clots formed and sent her into heart failure. Completely out of the blue. We’re still in shock and processing the pain and grief of this loss and but holding her in my arms, making sure she knew she was safe and loved as she took her last breaths will stay with me for the rest of my life. This poor cat would suffer through allergy shots every other day and not blink as we tried to get pills down her throat and then hop up in our laps and purr louder than a car engine. She never held it against us… like she knew we were trying to help her feel better. Animals really are the ultimate teachers. Thank you for the lessons in patience, responsibility and unconditional love, Madeline. Love you, baby girl. Also, #adopdontshop #rescuesarethebest.”
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