Derek Jeter Marries Hannah Davis: Check Out Their Sweet Wedding Pics – and Her Gorgeous Dress
Yankees icon Derek Jeter married Sports Illustrated cover model Hannah Davis over the weekend
The pair got married on Saturday in an intimate ceremony at Meadowood Napa Valley Resort in St. Helena, California, according to a source.
Davis wore a custom Vera Wang Bride dress for her ceremony, which featured a mermaid gown with sweetheart neckline, tulle halter high neck and plunging back. The gown was covered in layers of tulle and hand-appliqued Chantilly lace.
For her reception, the bride changed into a custom Vera Wang V-neck charmeuse halter gown with white illusion tulle detail at waist and double silk georgette A-line skirt accentuated by side godets.
Davis’ nephew served as the ring bearer for the ceremony, wearing a tuxedo to match the rest of the groomsmen.
Her brother, Conn Davis, posted a sweet Instagram shot of himself standing next to his “mini-me” nephew during the special occasion.
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According to the , the wedding was made up of less than 100 guests, which included Jeter’s longtime friends Jorge Posada, Andruw Jones and Tino Martinez.
Following the nuptials, Davis took to Instagram to officially change her profile name to Hannah Jeter.
The couple’s engagement was revealed last fall – after months of rumors – when Jeter subtly referred to his longtime love as his “fiancée” in a blog post on his website. The pair had been dating for three years before getting engaged, but only made their red carpet debut at the Met Gala last May.
After the big news broke, Davis began stepping out with her stunning, round-cut sparkler on display.
Ahead of the big day, Davis, 26, hosted a bachelorette party in Miami in early June.
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So what’s next for the happy newlyweds? Maybe children, as Jeter, 42, told PEOPLE in 2014 that he’s ready to start a family.
After retiring from baseball that year, Jeter hinted, “I look forward to being a dad.”