Colton Haynes Just Shared an Emotional Video from His Wedding to Jeff Leatham
"Emotional" doesn't even describe the half of it.
Colton Haynes and Jeff Leatham went all out for their lavish California wedding. From the wall-to-wall red roses to their high-profile officiant (Kris Jenner!), this couple's big day was epic. It was also intensely emotional-something Haynes alluded to in an Instagram post the day after the celebration. "I'm still crying happy tears," he wrote, after marrying "the man of [his] dreams." The American Horror Story: Cult star is now taking us inside that special event by posting a video of the ceremony on YouTube.
The former Teen Wolf star previewed the video on Instagram, where he posted a teaser clip. "I put up a really emotional but beautiful video up on my YouTube channel of @jeffleatham [and] I walking down the aisle...if you have a tissue...it's a must watch," he wrote.
The clip showed Haynes walking into the wedding with his mother by his side. As soon as he saw the candlelit aisle and floral installation, he began to break down. "It's so beautiful," he said, before turning his eyes back the top of the aisle. Haynes couldn't hold back the tears when he saw Leatham enter the room. "This video makes me cry every single time I watch it. It was the most special day of my life and we wanted to share a little bit of it with y'all," Haynes wrote of the YouTube footage. "I don't know what I'm gonna do when I see the whole video."
Haynes and Leatham tied the knot on October 27, 2017, at the Parker Hotel in Palm Springs, California. The duo exchanged vows surrounded by their closest friends, including Sofia Vergara, Joe Manganiello, Melanie Griffith, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Chelsea Clinton, and Billie Lourd. Leatham, who designed the wedding's floral installations himself, opened up to People about his inspiration. "If you can imagine Cher meets a Guns 'N Roses video and that's the theme of the wedding," he said. "But more than the flowers and decorations, it's really about everyone coming together and everyone you love being within the same room. That was the most important thing for us."