After less than one year of dating, Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively are now husband and wife.
Blake and Ryan – who were first rumored to be dating in October 2011 after co-starring in “The Green Lantern” – reportedly tied the knot at Boone Hall Plantation in Mt. Pleasant, S.C. on Sunday.
A source confirmed the nuptial news to People magazine on Sunday night, after a local radio station in Charleston, South Carolina — 95.1 FM — first Tweeted the surprising news earlier in the day.
Adding to the star power at the private ceremony was Blake’s good friend Florence Welch of Florence + The Machine, who performed during the couple’s reception, according to People.
The “Gossip Girl” beauty’s mother and sister were also reportedly spotted in town earlier in the weekend having dinner with yet another star — Bette Midler, who was also reportedly in attendance at the wedding, and may have even sang.
Back in June, Access Hollywood’s Shaun Robinson caught up with Blake on the red carpet of her “Savages” premiere, where Blake revealed what she looks for in a man.
“I always love somebody who makes me laugh, who’s fun to be with,” the actress told Shaun at the time.
And standing tall at 5 feet 10 inches, Blake said her potential mate would also need to be blessed with height.
“I love really high heels, so it becomes a problem sometimes,” she said, explaining that she’s not against being with shorter guys. “I just feel like huge… you don’t want to feel like the man.”
Luckily, Ryan is reportedly 6’2”.
This is the first marriage for Blake, 25. Prior to dating Ryan, Blake was romantically linked to Leonardo DiCaprio, but the two split after five months of dating.
Ryan, 35, was previously married to Scarlett Johansson from 2008 – 2010. The former Sexiest Man Alive was also previously engaged to rocker Alanis Morissette from 2004 – 2007, but the pair never wed.
Reps for Blake and Ryan were not immediately available for comment when contacted by Access Hollywood on Sunday night.
-- Eric Anderson
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