The 20 Biggest Celebrity Weddings of 2023
As the year 2023 is coming to an end in a few short months, there are plenty of noteworthy events that have generated significant buzz and sparked excitement in the world of celebrities. Celebrity weddings, whether intimate and private or star-studded and extravagant, have taken up a lot of space in the media, with a number of high-profile couples taking their relationship to the next level by saying "I do." Chris Evans, Sofia Richie, Simone Biles, and Margaret Qualley are among a growing list of celebrities that have taken vows to spend the rest of their lives with their significant others this year, and the weddings don't stop with them. Their relationships are generally kept private, take off quickly, or end surprisingly, so it isn't always easy to keep up with who is dating whom, or better yet, which celebs are married. Thankfully, we've compiled a list of the biggest and best celebrity weddings of 2023, from quiet nuptials to lavish destination weddings, to keep you updated.
Keep reading to find out which celebs tied the knot in 2023, as well as more details about their relationships, engagements, and special ceremonies! Cheers!
Margaret Qualley and Jack Antonoff
Margaret Qualley and Jack Antonoff sparked romance rumors back in August 2021 when the two were spotted kissing while taking a stroll in NYC, as reported by Glamour. The "Maid" actor and Antonoff, known for his band Bleachers and for producing music for artists like Taylor Swift, weren't quick to confirm or deny their relationship status, but appeared to be a couple during many public outings from 2021 onward. On May 30, a source revealed to People that the couple were engaged, and on Aug. 19, Qualley and Antonoff said "I do" in a New Jersey ceremony that included Taylor Swift, Channing Tatum, Zoë Kravitz, and Cara Delevingne as notable guests.
Sofia Richie and Elliot Grainge
From 2017 to 2020, Sofia Richie was in a on-again, off-again relationship with Scott Disick, but in April 2021, the model confirmed that she was dating music executive Elliot Grainge in a PDA-packed Instagram post of the two kissing. Over the course of their relationship, Richie and Grainge haven't shied away from sharing their love on social media, and a year after their relationship began, Richie revealed via Instagram that she and Grainge were engaged. "Forever isn't long enough @elliot," she wrote in the caption. On April 22, the pair got married in an extravagant ceremony at the Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc in the French Riviera, as reported by Life & Style.
Anya Taylor-Joy and Malcolm McRae
"The Queen's Gambit" actor and singer Malcom McRae tied the knot in Venice, Italy, on Sept. 30, per People. The ceremony took place at the Palazzo Pisani Moretta, with celebrity guests like Miles Teller, Julia Garner, Cara Delevingne, and Nicolas Hoult present, among others. Taylor-Joy and McRae met at "The Queen's Gambit" premiere in March 2021, and two days after connecting, McRae released a song titled "Really Want to See You Again," which was about the actor. The two have mostly kept their relationship on the DL and have occasionally gushed about each other in various interviews and social media posts. In an April 2022 interview with British Vogue, Taylor-Joy revealed, "We're basically 80 years old and 7 at the same time, and it works really well."
Chris Evans and Alba Baptista
The "Captain America" star is known more for his movie roles than his personal and romantic life, and many fans were surprised when news broke that he and Alba Baptista privately tied the knot on Sept. 9, per People. Rumors began swirling around the two in January 2022, when Evans and Baptista began following one another on Instagram. Months later, in November 2022, a source confirmed to People that the two were in fact dating and had been dating for more than a year. While it is unknown when the couple got engaged, their wedding was held on Sept. 9 in Cape Cod, MA, with guests including some of Evans's Marvel costars, like Robert Downey Jr., Jeremy Renner, and Chris Hemsworth.
Derek Hough and Hayley Erbert
Derek Hough and Hayley Ebert wed on Aug. 26, but their relationship had been established years prior. The two first connected when Hough and his sister, Julianne Hough, cast Ebert in their "Move Live Tour" in 2014, according to Us Weekly. The pair worked together for about one year and even starred on "Dancing With the Stars" together, before privately beginning a relationship sometime in the summer of 2015. Over the years, Hough and Ebert have shared memorable moments together on social media, attended public events, and even gave "Dancing With the Stars" another shot in 2020. The pair announced their engagement via Instagram in July 2022 and tied the knot a little more than a year later in an outdoor ceremony in Monterey County, CA, per People.
Dylan Sprouse and Barbara Palvin
Actor Dylan Sprouse and model Barbara Palvin said "I do" on July 15, and their bond has been going strong since 2018. The pair met at a party in 2017, and afterwards, Sprouse DM'd Palvin on Instagram. "She followed me, so I was like, I guess I'll give her something. And I slid into her DMs," Sprouse told W Magazine in February 2019. "I was like, 'Hey, I don't know if you're in New York for very long, but we should hang out if you want to. Here's my number.' And she didn't message me for six months." By 2018, Palvin caved in and traveled to China, where Sprouse was working, to meet for the first time, and the pair began dating in June 2018, as reported by People. Sprouse and Palvin secretly got engaged in September 2022 and confirmed the special news in June 2023. A month later, on July 15, 2023, the couple got married in a church outside of Budapest, Hungary, which is also Palvin's home country.
Kate Bosworth and Justin Long
After sparks flew while filming "House of Darkness" in 2021, Kate Bosworth and Justin Long started dating but kept their romance under wraps for a bit. In December 2021, Long revealed that he was in a relationship on his podcast "Life Is Short With Justin Long," but Bosworth and Long didn't officially confirm their dating status until May 2022, via Instagram. The couple sparked engagement rumors when the "Remember the Titans" actor was spotted wearing a diamond ring at the Vanity Fair Oscars party in March, and sources confirmed that the two were engaged later that month. On May 31, Bosworth and Long had an impromptu, casual wedding at New York City's Rockaway Hotel, with a source telling People, "After they got engaged, Kate couldn't wait to marry Justin. She knew that she never wanted a big wedding. She just cared about being married."
Beanie Feldstein and Bonnie-Chance Roberts
Beanie Feldstein and Bonnie-Chance Roberts met via Skype in 2018 to discuss collaborating on the film "How to Build a Girl," according to a June 2023 interview with Vogue. The two spent the summer together working on the movie, which is when their feelings for each other started to bloom. When the COVID-19 pandemic hit the world, Feldstein and Roberts were away from one another for 13 months, but that didn't stop their relationship from blossoming. In June 2022, Feldstein announced that she and Roberts were engaged, and in May 2023, the couple tied the knot in a summer camp–themed wedding, with friends Sarah Paulson and Adam Levine present, per People.
Jon Hamm and Anna Osceola
In 2015, Jon Hamm and Anna Osceola met on the set of "Mad Men," and though the two didn't begin dating right away, there was a connection that led to the pair getting together five years later. According to People, Hamm and Osceola started dating in 2020, and while neither confirmed nor denied romance rumors at the time, they were quickly reported to be an item after being spotted in public together on several occasions. In February 2023, the couple got engaged, and by June of that year, Hamm and Osceola tied the knot at Anderson Canyon in Big Sur, CA.
Naomi Watts and Billy Crudup
Years before Naomi Watts and Billy Crudup said "I do" on June 10, the two were friends with romantic relationships of their own. Watts and Crudup's friendship traces back as early as 2009, when they were spotted at a Broadway party together, per Insider. At the time, Watts was in a longtime relationship with actor Liev Schreiber, and her relationship with Crudup was platonic. After Watts and Schreiber split up in 2016, she starred in the Netflix drama series "Gypsy" in 2017 alongside Crudup, which is where their relationship took off. In July of that year, a source confirmed to People that the pair were together, and after six years of dating, the couple tied the knot, with Watts sharing the news in an Instagram post, writing, "Hitched!" in the caption.
Chrishell Stause and G Flip
The "Selling Sunset" star met Australian singer G Flip at a Halloween party in October 2021, when they were both in relationships. In a May 2022 interview on People's "People Everyday" podcast, G Flip revealed, "We met last year at Halloween. . . . We were both with our ex-partners then. . . . And then, we obviously separated from our partners, and we just started talking and stuff." By early 2022, Stause and G Flip began flirtatiously interacting on social media, and during the "Selling Sunset" reunion in May 2022, Stause revealed that she and G Flip were dating. Over the course of their relationship, the two haven't kept their love for each other private, and in March, G Flip wrote the song "Be Your Man" for Stause. Just two months later, the couple surprised many by announcing via Instagram that they got married in May.
Simone Biles and Jonathan Owens
When it comes to power couples, Olympic gold medalist Simone Biles and NFL strong safety Jonathan Owens definitely take the cake. The two tied the knot on April 22 following their engagement the year prior in February 2022. Biles and Owens first connected on social media in March 2020, after the gymnast DM'd him. She revealed to the Wall Street Journal Magazine in 2021, "He would say I slid into his DMs. I saw him, and I was like, 'Oh, he's pretty cute,' so I said hi . . . and then I saw that he was in the Houston area, so we started chatting a little bit, and then we went to hang out a week or two later."
The two made their Instagram debut as a couple a month later in April 2020 and after two years of dating, announced their engagement in February 2022 on Instagram. Just over a year later, in April, Biles and Owens wed in a Houston courthouse and held a second ceremony in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, a month later, per Vogue.
Joey King and Steven Piet
"The Kissing Booth" actor met director and producer Steven Piet while filming the Hulu series "The Act" in 2019. According to People, the pair made their red carpet debut as a couple in September 2019 at an Emmy party, and King announced their engagement in a heartfelt Instagram post in March 2022. "The date was 2/2/22 when you asked me to marry you and made me the luckiest lady alive. I love you more than an Instagram caption could ever do justice," she wrote in part. After being engaged for more than a year, the couple said "I do" at a villa on the island of Mallorca, Spain, on Sept. 2, as reported by Vogue.
Abigail Breslin and Ira Kunyansky
Abigail Breslin has been linked to Ira Kunyansky as far back as 2017, when he started making an appearance in several of her Instagram posts. For the most part, the couple have kept their relationship on the DL, but do share snippets of their love on social media. In February 2022, the "Little Miss Sunshine" actor revealed that she was engaged on Instagram and wrote, "I was like, 'duh.' #engagedyall" in the caption. Following almost a yearlong engagement, Breslin announced via Instagram that she and Kunyansky had tied the knot on Jan. 28. "01.28.23❤️💍❤️ married my bestest friend. @richruski," she captioned the photo.
Lukas Gage and Chris Appleton
2023 was a whirlwind year for "The White Lotus" actor Lukas Gage and celeb hairstylist Chris Appleton. According to People, the two sparked romance rumors in February and quickly got engaged a month later in March. "Friends in their circle are definitely shocked at how quick it happened, but they're happy for them," an insider told the outlet in April. "They seem like the real deal." Just two months after their romance rumors, Gage and Appleton tied the knot on April 22. Gage announced the news via Instagram in a carousel of pictures of their ceremony, which included snaps of Kim Kardashian officiating the union.
Marc Anthony and Nadia Ferreira
The salsa singer and former Miss Universe Paraguay sparked romance rumors in early 2022 after they were seen in Mexico City together and made their Instagram debut as a couple in March 2022, as reported by Us Weekly. The pair's whirlwind romance was taken to the next level when they announced their engagement during a party in Miami in May 2022, per People. The remainder of the year was spent wedding planning, and on Jan. 28, Anthony and Ferreira wed in a Miami ceremony, with celebs like the Beckhams, Selma Hayek, and Lin Manuel Miranda present. A month later, Ferreira announced via Instagram that she and Anthony were expecting their first child together, and they welcomed their baby in June 2023.
Michelle Yeoh and Jean Todt
Long before Michelle Yeoh earned an Oscar for "Everything Everywhere All at Once," she met the love of her life, Jean Todt, in June 2004, as reported by Town & Country. The pair's relationship took off quickly, and Yeoh and Todt got engaged a month later, in July 2004. The pair were engaged for 19 years and finally wed in an intimate civil ceremony in July. "Today after 6992 days on 27th July 2023 in Geneva, surrounded by loving family and friends, we are so happy to celebrate this special moment together!" the couple's wedding program read (via Instagram).
Michelle Dockery and Jasper Waller-Bridge
"Downton Abbey" actor Michelle Dockery and Jasper Waller-Bridge, brother of "Fleabag" creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge, met through mutual friends in 2019 and began dating shortly after, per People. The couple announced their engagement with a formal notice in The Times in January 2022 and privately wed in St. Nicholas' church in West London on Sept. 23, as reported by The Daily Mail. Guests included Lily James, Laura Carmichael, Joanne Froggatt, and Phoebe Waller-Bridge as well.
Robin Roberts and Amber Laign
"Good Morning America" anchor Robin Roberts and Amber Laign's romance goes back nearly 20 years. The two met on a blind date in July 2005, but kept their relationship under wraps for eight years, as reported by Us Weekly. A year after Roberts received a bone marrow transplant to treat myelodysplastic syndrome, she reflected on the time in a Facebook post and thanked people close in her life, including Amber, whom she named as her longtime girlfriend. At the end of 2022, the couple got engaged, and on Sept. 8, they officially wed in an intimate backyard ceremony with friends and family present. "We are immensely grateful to all for making it a day and a night to remember. Honeymoon here we come," Roberts wrote on Instagram.
Kristin Chenoweth and Josh Bryant
Broadway actor and "Wicked" star Kristin Chenoweth met Josh Bryant at her niece's wedding in 2016 when Bryant's band, Backroad Anthem, provided the music for the occasion, according to People. Two years later, the pair reconnected at Chenoweth's nephew's wedding, where once again, Bryant's band was booked to perform. The two began dating on Aug. 3, 2018, and Bryant proposed to the "Holidate" actor in October 2021. On Sept. 2, the couple said "I do" in a ceremony in Dallas. "I was never going to get married. I even got engaged before and couldn't do it. Until I met Josh," Chenoweth told People. "Then I was like, 'Why would I ever let this guy go?' I'm so blessed."