Another pair of celebs is off the market.
Chris Hardwick, CEO of Nerdist and host of The Walking Dead aftershow, The Talking Dead, is officially married to Lydia Hearst, a model-slash-actress and heiress to her family's publishing company.
The couple tied the knot on Saturday, according to Us Weekly, in a ceremony that was as nerdy as it was lavish and over the top, though really, what else would fans expect from Hardwick?
They held their ceremony at Pasadena, California's Langham Huntington Hotel with around 650 guests in attendance, and it was full of their own personal touches, from the request that guests wear cowboy boots with their cocktail attire to the water bottles that came with custom-made labels with Hardwick's and Hearst's initials in the shape of a Tardis.
The couple looked absolutely perfect — Hardwick wore a custom Prada suit and Hearst wore a hot-pink dip-dyed wedding dress by Christian Siriano, which she previewed for her Instagram followers a week before she and Hardwick said their "I do's."
Wedding day w/ @lydiahearst! Dress by @csiriano, tux by @prada. Photo by @laraporzak. More to come!!! We had Jawas, astromech droids, zombies and a TARDIS cake. Also an incredible 1st dance performance by Clay Walker. We were also surrounded by the most wonderful collection of good humans and it was an honor to share this a day with them. More pics to come when we get them!!! Btw @amctalkingdead was pretaped the next two weeks and @atmidnightcc is on hiatus so I can go on honeymoon! Byeeeeeeeeeeeee
They also adorably revealed before their wedding that, instead of a typical wedding registry, they asked friends and family to make donations to a few of their favorite charities: St Jude Children's Research Hospital, Operation Smile, GLAAD, Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation and the Best Friends Animal Society.
According to Hardwick's Instagram, he and his new bride are now headed to Japan for their honeymoon.
Hardwick and Hearst got engaged in Sept. 2015. Hardwick proposed with a diamond ring that was given to him to pass down to his bride-to-be by Hearst's grandmother Catherine Hearst.
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