One less Lonely Boy! Penn Badgley’s glowing new wife, Domino Kirke, took to Instagram to share even more photos from their Brooklyn wedding held on Monday, February 27.
The Gossip Girl actor, 30, quietly married Kirke, a doula, in an afternoon courthouse ceremony. The couple then took their low-key nuptials to Brooklyn venue Maison-May, where friends and family members gathered to toast the newlyweds.
Badgley looked handsome in a navy tux and black tie, while Kirke beamed in a white, lace, three-quarter-sleeved dress. The bride posted a photo of herself staring lovingly into her husband’s eyes. “Married,” she expressed on Instagram. She also took to Facebook on Tuesday to share a photo of their first kiss. “We did it,” Domino added.
The bride is the oldest of three, including Girls actress Jemima Kirke, 29, and Mozart in the Jungle star Lola Kirke, 26. The British beauties posed for a photo after the ceremony, which Lola posted on Instagram.
“When someone gets married in a courthouse, it’s really an open invitation to everyone but the beautiful bride to explore all that fashion has to offer,” she wrote. “Here, I try a look simply called ‘Pants,’ as Cassius goes for ‘That Dude from #incubus’ and Jemima experiments with ‘Off to Therapy!’ Congratulations @dominokirke. We love you.”
The pair enlisted the help of Lael Cakes to create a beautiful, rosewater and lavender, orange blossom, chocolate cake that was both vegan and gluten free. “@laelcakes Thank you for the vegan, gluten free magic that was our wedding cake,” the bride expressed.
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The mastermind behind the confection, Emily Lael Aumiller, added: “Dreamt up this naked, marbled, floral, chocolate, orange blossom sublime cake with @dominokirke for her wedding celebration.”
Florals were arranged by Fox Fodder Farm. The couple first started dating in 2014. Two years later, Badgley briefly touched on marriage in a discussion about dating. “Not that dates lead to marriage, but everyone has that moment where they fantasize ‘Could I? Kids? Maybe?’” he told Vice at the time. “You have to have some kind of fundamental agreement on the nature of reality I think.”