Blake & Ryan Tie the Knot

Spotted: A surprise news item in People. Looks like Upper Eastsider Serena (aka Blake Lively) wed her beau of one year, Ryan Reynolds.

Have you ever seen such a good-looking couple? Kudos to the duo for keeping their intimate nuptials private. Even Gossip Girl couldn't predict this one.

A source confirmed to People that Lively and Reynolds tied the knot Sunday night at Boone Hall Plantation in Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina, just outside of Charleston. You may recognize the place as the Hamilton family beach house prominently featured in 2004's The Notebook.

The wedding is being described as a relatively laid-back affair with catering from a local restaurant and mostly close friends and family in attendance. Entertainment included songs by Florence Welch of Florence and the Machine and Bette Midler, in addition to a deejay.

It is rumored that the bride wore a Chanel gown, gifted to her from close friend Karl Lagerfeld, while Reynolds kept it classic in a Hugo Boss tuxedo, according to the New York Daily News. Style Caster reported Lively's shoe choice is still undisclosed, although there is speculation that she wore a custom pair of Louboutin's as she and Christian Louboutin are close pals, and he even designed a shoe called "The Blake."

The new Mr. and Mrs. costarred together in 2011's Green Lantern and recently bought a home in Bedford, New York, earlier this year, and when asked about their relationship, both actors have kept a tight lip.

This is the first marriage for Lively; Reynolds was previously married to Scarlett Johansson and engaged to Alanis Morrisette.

I can't wait to hear more about the wedding! I'm still looking for last-minute inspiration, and this one looks like it will be filled with lots of goodies. In the meantime, if you want to get a body like Blake (duh, who doesn't?), I've complied a list of her workouts and beauty tips:

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