More details emerge on Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds secret wedding


More details of Blake Lively and Ryan Reynold’s secret wedding have been revealed.

While we’re all waiting in anticipation for the first picture to be released, details of the actual ceremony are slowly coming to light.

According to, a group of 10 children from First Baptist Church sang a rendition of Frankie Valli’s 1967 classic “Can’t Take My Eyes Off of You” as Blake walked down the isle, with an eyewitness telling the magazine, “It was very nice.”

The kids were not allowed to bring cellphones and their parents signed non-disclosure agreements to keep the wedding news under tight wraps. A rep for the children said, “We were so excited when we learned the children performed in Blake Lively’s wedding. We learned about it on the radio.”

Another musical guest was Blake’s best friend, Florence Welch. TheFlorence and the Machine lead singer serenaded the happy couple with three songs including the band’s single “Cosmic Love” and a timeless song “Somewhere Over the Rainbow”.

While Blake and Ryan’s nuptials – held at Boone Hall Plantation in North Carolina – might have been a surprise to the rest of the world, it would appear the couple were planning their perfect day months in advance, with wedding planner Tara Guérard revealing she and the couple had been looking at venues since June.

“Ryan and Blake wanted the event to look and feel like home,” Guerard told E! News. “With décor and live music, we all created the charm, elegance and magic of times passed.”

The bride and bridesmaids wore bespoke Marchesa gowns with custom-made Louboutin shoes, while the groom and groomsmen wore handcrafted Burberry suits, and the rings were designed by Lorraine Schwartz.

Guérard, who worked previously for Martha Stewart, added: “It was truly a beautiful evening and celebration.”

The couple reportedly wrote their own vows in which they promised to support and love each other and to always make each other laugh.