The actor and his model girlfriend exchanged vows in a gorgeous, intimate ceremony in Maui, Hawaii, on Saturday, People reports.
The newlyweds chose to keep things small and special. According to the magazine, only 50 relatives and friends were present at the venue of the wedding, which took place on a private estate in Kihei on the island of Maui. No word yet if any of the Glee cast managed to get an invite, but of course, the big day wouldn’t be complete without some great tunes.
The bride walked down the aisle as pianist Chad Whidden played and singer Kiley Dean sang “Feels Like Home,” People reports.
According to the publication, the groom looked dapper in a custom-made Brooks Brothers tuxedo while the bride looked beautiful, as always, in a gown made for her by Gustavo Cadile. The gown was sheer with a white lace overlay and long sleeves, and was complemented by shoes designed by Emmy London.
The newlyweds also made their reception extra special for their guests. Puente performed a special Hula dance, and her talented husband later joined her for a couples version. The pair also performed a duet of Laura Benanti’s “Starry Eyed/Video Games,” People reports.
The couple’s nuptials come after their engagement in June 2013, when Morrison popped the question with a massive blue sapphire bauble after two years of dating.
Congratulations to the happy couple and we wish them all the best in their futures together.