All of the Celeb Couples Who've Tied the Knot in 2020
Celebrate this year's A-list newlyweds
Jonathan Van Ness
"Thank you universe for allowing me to be here & thanks to everyone who has supported me. 2020 was a year unlike any other," Van Ness began the caption of his post. "I got to campaign & get more involved politically. I finished my tour in Australia & NZ for what I didn’t know would be my last standup show for who knows how long."
Then, the television personality revealed his exciting personal news, writing, "I got married to my best friend & have a loving partner to continue building my life with."
Although Van Ness didn't tag his husband in the post, he did share a photo of what appears to be their nuptials alongside the message.
Brandon Larracuente & Jazmin Garcia
The actor wed his longtime girlfriend, Garcia, in an “intimate and magical” ceremony on Dec. 8, PEOPLE exclusively confirmed.
The couple, who got engaged in November 2019 after nearly four years of dating, said “I do” at Paradise Cove in Orlando, Florida.
“We are on cloud nine,” Larracuente, who also starred on 13 Reasons Why and Bloodline, tells PEOPLE of being a newlywed.
“It feels like a dream,” adds his bride. “Someone's gonna pinch us and we're gonna wake up.”
Erica Lugo & Danny McGeady
The Biggest Loser trainer wed Danny McGeady on Dec. 12 in a 25-person ceremony that adhered to COVID-19 guidelines. The celebration came eight months after the pair first officially said "I do" in a Zoom wedding held in their Ohio backyard.
Lugo wore a stunning white dress for the second round of nuptials, while McGeady dressed for the occasion in a fancy black and white suit.
According to Us Weekly, the couple's wedding party was made up of their children: McGeady's son, Jack, 14, was his best man, while his daughter Elise, 10, served as Lugo's maid of honor. Lugo's son Connor, 10, walked her down the aisle. Guests wore masks and stayed eight feet apart.
Morgan Stewart & Jordan McGraw
The couple shared the happy news in coordinating Instagram posts.
"Btw ... Jordan and Morgan McGraw," the Nightly Pop co-host captioned a photo of the newlywed couple sharing a kiss in front of standing in front of a white rose-covered backdrop adorned with candles.
McGraw also posted a photo, showing the couple smiling after saying "I do."
"12-9-20," read his caption.
Prince Philippos of Greece & Nina Flohr
The New York City-based financial analyst, who is the youngest son of King Constantine III of Greece, tied the knot with VistaJet aviation heiress, Nina Flohr, on Dec. 12 at the exclusive Swiss ski resort of St. Moritz.
“Just married (civilly) ,” Nina posted on Instagram on Dec. 15 alongside an image of her cuddling close to Philippos in a chic white Chanel suit.
Due to Switzerland’s strict Covid-19 restrictions, only the couple’s fathers King Constantine (Prince William's godfather) and Thomas Flohr were present at the civil ceremony, which will reportedly be followed by a religious service in 2021.
Chari Hawkins & Charles O'Neal III
Hawkins just lept into married life.
The American track and field athlete married longtime love O'Neal III on Sept. 27, PEOPLE confirmed exclusively.
The happy couple, who met in 2010 in a training group for the Utah State University track and field team and got engaged in May 2017, said "I do" at River Bottoms Ranch in Midway, Utah.
Hawkins said she and O'Neal III were tested for coronavirus before and after the indoor and outdoor event, which was limited to just close family and friends due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Temperature checks were taken on-site, and guests were seated by household or family. All tables and seating areas were situated six-feet apart, and food was served plated. Sanitation stations were available throughout the venue and face masks were provided to those who arrived without.
"Our goal was to follow all state and county guidelines to ensure that we had a safe and successful event," the heptathlete tells PEOPLE, noting, "We also proactively created our wedding to be more static than interactive as an additional precaution."
Corey Seager & Madisyn Van Ham
The Los Angeles Dodgers shortstop married his girlfriend on Dec. 5 in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, near Nashville.
The couple — who started dating while in high school — got engaged last December. Van Ham does social media for Melissa's Produce.
Seager and Van Ham's ceremony and reception were held at Saddle Woods Farm, as coordinated by Sara Fried, celebrity wedding planner and owner of Fête Nashville Luxury Weddings.
In order to make the wedding safe for guests, temperature checks and COVID-19 screenings were performed on-site by a nurse. Guests also signed waivers upon arrival stating that they had no contact with anyone infected with COVID-19 within the last 14 days, that they have not exhibited symptoms and that they are attending the event at their own risk. Masks were required for all guests and wedding staff, and plexiglass dividers were set up at food stations.
Taissa Farmiga & Hadley Klein
"Married my best friend," she captioned an Instagram photo, which was taken during what appears to be their intimate ceremony.
Klein shared an identical post, captioning his, "Still feeling thankful this year ✌🏼."
The lovebirds seemingly held their nuptials safely amid the coronavirus pandemic as Farmiga is pictured wearing a cute, white face mask embellished with the word "Bride." No wedding guests can be seen in the photo, which also captures the happy couple's wedding cake.
Nick Kroll & Lily Kwong
According to Kwong's post, the pair wed on Nov. 19 in what appeared to be a romantic cliffside ceremony that overlooked the water.
Both Kroll and Kwong, a landscape architect, posted a photo of a polaroid taken from their special day. In the sweet photo, the couple is seen holding hands and looking into each other's eyes while in their wedding attire.
Kwong posted the same photo to her Instagram, writing in her caption, "11•19•20 + forever @nickkroll ♥️."
Last month, Kwong announced on Instagram that she and Kroll are expecting their first child together.
Jon Pardi & Summer Duncan
The "Ain't Always the Cowboy" singer, 35, and the hairstylist, 31, said “I do” at Saddle Woods Farm in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, on Nov. 21, after canceling their plans for a Memorial Day weekend destination wedding due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
"With so much of our families being in California we had to make the tough decision to downsize (drastically) twice, and we ended up with a small group of just our immediate family and closest friends in town," Duncan, who worked with Habitat Events to plan the local wedding, said. "We hope to eventually have a 'wedding tour' as Jon calls it and celebrate with all our family and friends in California, Nashville and Texas."
The couple took a number of precautions amid the ongoing pandemic, including having all of their guests tested prior to the wedding. They also traded the original buffet for a sit-down dinner at spaced-apart tables and had sanitation stations and custom "Parditime" masks available for guests. The majority of the ceremony and reception took place in a flex indoor/outdoor space with heaters.
Scott Thomas & Lexia Chamryk
Parmalee drummer Scott Thomas tied the knot with Lexia Chamryk on Oct. 12 in an intimate — and spontaneous! — Las Vegas ceremony, PEOPLE exclusively revealed on Nov. 6.
Chamryk and Thomas told PEOPLE that they always wanted a "minimal" celebration, so they chose to get married at A Little White Wedding Chapel in Las Vegas.
"Scott and I were unsure how we felt about the ceremonial aspects of a traditional marriage, so we decided to pay homage to our showbiz heroes and roll up to the Vegas chapel that shared a parking lot with the chapel in which my parents tied the knot 22 years ago," said Chamryk, who works as a concert promoter.
The night was a mix of "highbrow and lowbrow" celebrations and the couple — and their handful of guests — drank martinis and ate pizza at Vegas casinos.
"We always knew the ceremony would be minimal and thrown together in an 'everyone feels comfortable to let their hair down' way. However, we didn't plan for this low-key," Chamryk added. "When COVID hit, it was the perfect excuse to do it exactly how we wanted to — our own way."
Emily Ann Roberts & Chris Sasser
The Voice alum Emily Ann Roberts and high school sweetheart Chris Sasser are married! PEOPLE exclusively confirmed that after five years of dating, the pair wed in an afternoon service on the picturesque grounds of Marblegate Farm in Friendsville, Tennessee.
The couple got engaged in October 2019 on the occasion of Roberts' 21st birthday.
"A piece of advice we're taking into our marriage with us is to always talk things out," Roberts told PEOPLE. "We've both learned in every other relationship in our lives how important honesty and communication is. We know it is even more important to always be on the same page to make a marriage work."
Scarlett Johansson & Colin Jost
"We’re thrilled to break the news that Scarlett Johansson and Colin Jost were married over the weekend in an intimate ceremony with their immediate family and loved ones, following COVID-19 safety precautions as directed by the CDC. Their wedding wish is to help make a difference for vulnerable older adults during this difficult time by supporting @mealsonwheelsamerica. Please consider donating to celebrate the happy couple by clicking the link in our bio," the post read.
The couple got engaged in May 2019 after two years of dating.
Fortune Feimster & Jacquelyn Smith
The Mindy Project alum tied the knot with her partner in a sweet backyard ceremony on Oct. 23 in Malibu, California. The longtime couple rented a house with an ocean view and livestreamed their wedding over Zoom.
The Fortune Feimster: Sweet & Salty star, who popped the question to Smith in January 2018 after two-and-a-half years of dating, told PEOPLE that their plan was "always to get married this summer," but the coronavirus pandemic restricted travel for their guests and family members.
"It was something small. We only had a couple of good friends there. We all had COVID tests. We purposefully kept it small for the reasons of it being during a pandemic," Feimster said.
Tori Hall & Dusty Gwinn
One month after getting engaged to her lawyer beau, The Challenge star said “I do” on Oct. 23.
"Yesterday was a dream. The perfect day, packed with so much joy. It was everything I have ever dreamed of and more. A fall wedding with our people. It was magical," Hall wrote on Instagram.
Ahead of the ceremony, the reality star, 33, shared a series of behind-the-scenes photos, including one of her in her dress and a selfie with her 5-year-old son Chase (Hall is also mom to son Brady, 9).
The reality star started dating the sports and entertainment attorney in January. They got engaged at the RH Nashville Café on Sept. 25.
Tyler Filmore & Paige Korte
The rising country singer married his fianceé, Paige Korte, on Oct. 20, after dating for three years. The two made it official in a "very intimate" ceremony in Isle of Palms, South Carolina, on the same beach where Korte's parents got engaged 32 years ago.
The couple said their "I Dos" in front of close friends and family, including maids of honor Brooke Korte and Dana Sheehan, bridesmaids Taylor Gablehouse, Julia Rogers, Jenna Root and Taylor Morin, best men Chris Perkins and Drew Filmore and groomsmen Zach Abend, John Luke Carter, Blake Wellington, Cam Lutz and Dusty Barker.
Filmore's bus driver, Rick Griffith, married the couple, who both wrote their own vows. David Kodner Personal Jeweler did the rings.
Roxy Sowlaty & Nicolas Bijan
"Finally and officially Mrs. Bijan," she wrote. "Love you forever."
In the photo, the two are seen exchanging vows while standing under an elaborate flower arch. For the special day, Sowlaty, 32, wore a long-sleeved white wedding gown, while Bijan kept his look classic in a black tux.
The groom, who runs luxury menswear brand Bijan, also shared a photo from the wedding, showing the newlyweds walking down the aisle together.
"This weekend we (finally) got married in our backyard. I am so proud of you @roxysowlaty for adapting and adjusting with the circumstances and It was exactly what was meant to be!" he wrote, alluding to having to postpone their wedding due to the coronavirus pandemic. "It was a magical day and we felt so lucky to be surrounded by family and a few friends. I love you Rox!"
He also shared a video from the reception, featuring Sowlaty in a white lace dress with a plunging neckline.
Courtney Robertson & Humberto Preciado
The former Bachelor contestant married her fiancé Humberto Preciado on Oct. 16 in an intimate ceremony in Sedona, Arizona, PEOPLE has confirmed exclusively.
"When I met Humberto, it was a no-brainer," Robertson, 37, told PEOPLE. "I know this is meant to be."
"Planning a wedding while expecting a baby was definitely stressful," admitted Robertson. "But we initially had a much bigger wedding and because of COVID-19, we scaled it way back. It feels really good to just have our nearest and dearest with us to celebrate. Sweet and simple!"
The realtor was engaged to former Bachelor Ben Flajnik before they split in 2012. She met Preciado, an attorney, last year when he liked some of her photos on Instagram and she direct messaged him on the app.
David Beador & Lesley Cook
The Real Housewives of Orange County's David Beador has tied the knot with fiancé Lesley Cook, PEOPLE confirmed.
On Oct. 15, 2020, Lesley updated her Instagram bio to read, "Lesley Beador."
The newlywed also shared a screengrab of the milestone moment, adding the hashtag #LesleyBeador and tagging her location as "Dreams Come True."
The couple, who are currently expecting their first child together, have not yet revealed any further details about their nuptials.
Their engagement came after the pair dated for nearly two years, and nine months after David reached a divorce settlement with Real Housewives of Orange County star Shannon Beador, from whom he split in September 2017 after over 17 years of marriage. David shares three daughters — twins Stella and Adeline, 16, and Sophie, 19 — with Shannon, 56.
John Cena & Shay Shariatzadeh
The actor and pro wrestler married girlfriend Shariatzadeh at an attorney's office on Oct. 12 in Tampa, Florida, according to a marriage certificate obtained by PEOPLE. The couple, who have been linked since March 2019, obtained a marriage license on Oct. 9, according to the document.
A rep for Cena did not immediately respond to PEOPLE's request for comment.
Earlier this year, Cena and Shariatzadeh shared some PDA at their second red carpet appearance together at the premiere of Dolittle. The duo were photographed sharing a kiss on the lips during the outing, and Cena referred to Shariatzadeh as "family" while talking with reporters on the carpet.
Cynthia Bailey & Mike Hill
The Real Housewives of Atlanta star said "I do" to her forever #CHILL partner on Oct. 10 during a lavish wedding ceremony at the Governors Towne Club in Acworth, Georgia, PEOPLE has exclusively revealed.
"Mike and I are elated that today has finally come! 10/10/20 is and always will be our perfect date. We are not perfect, but, are perfect for each other," the newlyweds told PEOPLE. "We are living in a very different time, and now more than ever we realize that life is too short, and to never take anything for granted. We are so grateful to have found each other. Love with the help of God conquers all."
The bride wore a gown by Nneka C. Alexander of Brides by Nona along with Badgley Mischka shoes and a headpiece by Bridal Styles Boutique. The couple exchanged rings from Rockford Collection and Beverly Diamonds during the celebratory event, put together by wedding planner Courtney Ajinça.
"I couldn't imagine my day without them," Bailey said.
Zak Williams & Olivia June
The eldest child of the late Robin Williams is a married man!
In an intimate ceremony, surrounded by close family and friends, Williams married his girlfriend Olivia June on Oct. 10 at the The Paramour Estate in L.A.
"I had the great joy of marrying my best friend @oliviajune today! It went awesome and we couldn’t have tied the knot on a better day. #WorldMentalHealthDay," Williams wrote on Twitter alongside a photo of the pair on their happy day.
"Married my best friend and love of my life today. @zakwilliams you were already stuck with me forever, and now it’s legally so," June added in her own celebratory message.
The couple, who welcomed son McLaurin "Mickey" Clement Williams (whose first name was Robin’s middle name) last May, said they both loved the date 10-10-2020 and decided to host a COVID safe wedding outdoors.
"In terms of the planning process, it's been challenging, but it's cool to see how safe you can be, while enjoying a festive occasion together," Williams told PEOPLE.
Kelly Dodd & Rick Leventhal
The Real Housewives of Orange County star married the Fox News correspondent in an "intimate" ceremony in Santa Rosa, California. Guests shared photos from the event on social media, including a photo of the bride dressed in a black dress.
"I'm so excited to be Mrs. Leventhal!!" the Bravo star announced on Instagram.
“I’m beyond excited for our future together,” she told PEOPLE in November 2019. “Rick is my best friend. My partner in crime. I’m so in love. I can’t believe this happened to me. I feel like I just won the lottery.”
Larry David & Ashley Underwood
The Curb Your Enthusiasm creator and star, 73, wed his girlfriend Ashley Underwood on Oct. 7 in Southern California, PEOPLE has learned.
David and Underwood met in 2017 at Sacha Baron Cohen's birthday party, David revealed in a New York Times profile in April. Underwood worked as a producer on Cohen's Showtime satire series, Who Is America?, and is friends with Cohen's wife Isla Fisher, who guest-starred in the most recent season of Curb Your Enthusiasm.
Eliza Limehouse & Mark 'Struthers' McBride, Jr.
"The day was perfect," Limehouse told PEOPLE. "I've never felt so calm and at peace."
After getting engaged in February, the couple began discussing the idea of having a small and private ceremony leading into an elegant party in order to avoid the stress of the more formal wedding rituals — and when the coronavirus pandemic hit, the decision became clear.
"It felt like fate," she said. "It was just me and Struthers. We didn't invite any family — we wanted the day to be completely about us and our love for each other. It was so incredible."
Stassi Schroeder & Beau Clark
The 32-year-old former reality star married fiancé Clark in a small and casual ceremony, she announced on Oct. 7 on Instagram.
Schroeder and Clark, who are currently expecting their first child together, were originally supposed to tie the knot in Italy, but due to the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, they had to postpone. Instead, the pair wed on their original wedding date in an intimate ceremony.
"Today would've been our wedding day," Schroeder, who was recently fired from Bravo's Vanderpump Rules for past racially insensitive comments, wrote on Instagram alongside a video of the ceremony.
"We went and did it anyway. ❤️ Married sept 2020. Hopefully Italian dream wedding oct 2021," Schroeder continued.
Schroeder raved over her new husband in the caption, writing, "I am so proud to be your wife @thegoodthebadthebogie."
Alex Pettyfer & Toni Garrn
Magic Mike star Alex Pettyfer and model Toni Garrn have officially tied the knot. The pair shared their happy news on Oct. 4, posting nearly identical images from their nuptials, which took place in Hamburg, Germany.
“Mr & Mrs Pettyfer,” the actor, captioned a photo of the pair sharing a kiss while showing off their wedding bands.
Meanwhile, the German model’s post gave fans a better look at her cream-colored gown, which in the photo she paired with a thin black scarf tied around her neck as well as a straw hat. Pettyfer also went with a more casual wedding day look, opting for a checkered suit.
“Now you really get to call me wifey,” she wrote alongside the romantic photo.
Offering fans another glimpse at her wedding day look, Garrn shared a glamorous selfie of herself on her big day. In the image, the model posed in front of the mirror in her wedding dress.
“Oct 2, 2020,” she simply wrote alongside the snap, seemingly revealing the day the couple said, “I do.”
Joel Courtney & Mia Scholink
The Kissing Booth actor tied the knot with his longtime love Mia Scholink on Sept. 27. in Phoenix, AZ, surrounded by close friends and family.
″I am just so thrilled to be married,″ Courtney, 24, told PEOPLE. ″It’s one of those things where as much planning and as much anticipation goes into the day, I’m so excited to be married to my best friend."
The couple, who got engaged on Valentine’s Day this year, have known each other since they were toddlers, and reconnected in 2015 before first dating in 2017.
“We dated for a year and we broke up for a little bit of time and then started dating again in 2019 and it moved really quickly after that,” the actor said of his relationship with the Beauty Counter consultant/entrepreneur.
Speaking about their socially-distanced wedding, Courtney added, “Mia was the most beautiful bride in the universe. In all of time and history, or the future.”
Laughing, Scholink added: "I married the best man ever!"
Emma Stone & Dave McCary
The confirmation of their nuptials comes two weeks after the actress, 31, was spotted wearing matching rings with McCary while on a walk together in Los Angeles on Sept. 11.
The pair, who have been together just over two years, announced their engagement in December on Instagram, and went on to postpone their initial wedding plans in March due to the coronavirus pandemic, according to Page Six.
James Murray & Melyssa Davies
The Impractical Jokers star wed his fiancée on Sept. 25, PEOPLE exclusively announced.
Murray, 44, and Davies tied the knot in an outdoor ceremony at the Lake House Inn in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, in front of family and friends, including the rest of the Jokers: Sal Vulcano, Brian Quinn and Joe Gatto, who served as best man and also officiated the wedding.
"We had four different weddings being planned simultaneously, depending on how everything worked," Murray told PEOPLE of how they reworked their plans as COVID-19 restrictions shifted over the past six months.
"We ended up going with a compromised list, which was about a quarter of the original list that we had," he continued. "Honestly, it was a lot less stress having one quarter of the guest list.”
"It's been interesting," the actor added. "But all that matters is that our closest friends and family were there, and all that matters to me, truly, is that this one person was there besides me, and that she said yes."
Tavior Mowry & Zandy Fitzgerald
Tia and Tamera Mowry’s brother Tavior Mowry tied the knot with his fiancée Zandy Fitzgerald on Sept. 21 at Graystone Quarry, a reclaimed rock quarry outside of Nashville.
"Mr. & Mrs. Mowry. 9.21.20. God is GOOD," Tavior, 27, captioned a stunning black-and-white photo on Instagram of the newlyweds on their wedding day. "It's SO LIT!!!"
The bride also posted a photo of the two sharing a kiss on their big day, captioning it, "The Mowry's. God writes the best stories."
Zandy and Tavior, a football player and musician, announced their engagement in July, after two and a half years of dating.
Liz Gillies & Michael Corcoran
The Dynasty star married music composer Michael Corcoran in an intimate garden ceremony on Aug. 8, she announced on Instagram, sharing several photos from the outdoor nuptials. The happy news comes after the couple had to postpone their wedding due to the coronavirus outbreak.
"8•8•20," Gillies captioned the posts.
In an interview with Vogue published on August 16, Gillies said that she and Corcoran initially planned to get married on April 25 — the date of their French bulldog Otis’ birthday — but postponed the original nuptials due to the pandemic.
"Once we saw how dire the situation was, we knew we had to postpone," she said. "It was a no-brainer for us. Aside from the obvious travel and crowd restrictions, it didn’t feel right to be celebrating in such a big way when there was so much going on in the world. It would have been in poor taste to burden people by asking them to risk their lives to come to our wedding. There were more important things to focus on. Our wedding could wait."
"It really focused everything down to what matters in life," Corcoran explained. "A big, extravagant experience in the middle of a pandemic didn’t make any sense."
Instead of saying "I do" at the St. Regis Atlanta, the pair wed at the Inn at Fernbrook Farms in New Jersey with 10 guests in attendance, including both of Gillies' grandmothers, according to Vogue.
Jessica Brown Findlay & Ziggy Heath
Findlay shared a black-and-white photo from the special day, in which she wore a three-quarter-length sleeve wedding dress embellished with lace and a small beaded headband in her swept-up hair.
She shared a second photo as well, exhibiting her excitement as she jumped on a bed, wearing a strapless red dress.
"♥️wins every time," Findlay wrote in the caption for the sweet snapshots. "A weekend of dreams. Small celebrations felt HUGE. And now what a birthday! X I love you. ♥️"