Blake Lively & Ryan Reynolds Married Where 'The Notebook' Was Filmed

The couple tied the knot at sunset in a super-romantic location

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It was the setting of one of the most romantic recent movies – and now Boone Hall Plantation is the site of some real-life celebrity romance.

The historic South Carolina plantation, open to the public since 1956, hosted Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds hush-hush nuptials Sunday night.

The pair tied the knot on the site, just a few miles outside of downtown Charleston, S.C., which appeared prominently in 2004’s romantic tear-jerker, The Notebook. (It doubled as the Hamilton’s beach house, according to IMDB.)

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According to its official web site, Boone Hall is still one of the country’s oldest working plantations, still growing produce, including strawberries and tomatoes, which is sold in a separate market on Highway 17. It’s also open to the public year-round for tours, though photos of the main plantation house are not allowed. The main home has also reportedly been featured on Days of Our Lives and the ABC mini-series North and South.

As for the evening ceremony, guests included Lively’s good friend Florence Welch (of Florence and the Machine), who performed during the reception, which took place in a white tent overlooking the water near the plantation’s Cotton Docks. A deejay also spun tunes, and a cake was driven down from Virginia for the occasion.

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