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Karlie Kloss Marries Joshua Kushner in a Small Ceremony in New York

They will reportedly throw a larger party celebrating their marriage next spring.
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Model Karlie Kloss and Joshua Kushner have officially tied the knot. The couple were married Thursday in a small Jewish ceremony in New York, reports People. Kloss herself also made their nuptials public by posting this wedding shot on her Instagram:

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“The wedding was intimate and moving. The couple was beaming with happiness,” a friend who attended the ceremony told the publication.

Here's everything else we know so far about the intimate celebration.

THE PROPOSAL:

People reports that the couple got engaged while on vacation in upstate New York earlier this summer. A source told the magazine, “He proposed a few weeks ago during a romantic weekend together in upstate New York.”

The insider also shared, “They’re both overjoyed and happily celebrating. Their hearts are full and they’re excited to build their future together.”

Kloss later announced the news of their engagement on her Instagram account with a photo captioned, "I love you more than I have words to express. Josh, you’re my best friend and my soulmate. I can’t wait for forever together. Yes a million times over ????"

Kushner also shared a post about the proposal: a photo of Karlie simply captioned, "fiancée ??."

THE RING:

Not long after the engagement was announced, Karlie posted a sweet video of her ring on Instagram Stories along with a note about how well-wishers had been sending her sweet messages about her engagement all day.


THE DRESS:

In the photo she posted on Instagram of her wedding, Kloss is reportedly wearing custom long-sleeved, lace Dior gown. She also donned a statement-making veil, while Kushner wore a black tux.

THE CEREMONY:

While Kushner comes from an Orthodox Jewish family, and according to People, he and Kloss did have a Jewish wedding ceremony. Some publications, including the Forward, are speculating that Kloss has been studying with Rabbi Haskel Looksteinof Congregation Kehilath Jeshurun on the Upper East Side and has already converted, but her faith has not been publicly acknowledged at this point.

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THE GUEST LIST:

Per People, the wedding was on the smaller side, with only 80 guests. The magazine also reports that "They will also host a larger celebration for friends and loved ones in the spring."

That's is where things could get interesting. Can you imagine a party where Princess Beatrice, Taylor Swift, Ivanka Trump, Serena Williams, and YouTuber Casey Neistat are all out on the dance floor? You don't have to think too hard—it could happen at Kloss and Kushner's second wedding celebration. Add in a few of the bride's closest friends and family members from St. Louis, and you might just have the most eclectic guest list in recent history.

*This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com

*Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors

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