Dianna Agron and Winston Marshall Are Married!
Actress Dianna Agron may have recently been a beautiful bridesmaid, but we now know she is even more gorgeous as a bride. This past weekend, the Glee star married her fiancé, Mumford and Sons' banjoist Winston Marshall, in a super romantic ceremony. Going along with the popular wedding trend, Agron and Marshall opted for a destination wedding in Morocco, Us Weekly reports. We love the unique setting for the two!
While the actress hasn't posted any pics of the big day (yet), her friends haven't missed a beat. Agron is seen wearing a gorgeous white gown with colorful floral details. And from the looks of this other Instagram posted by Kyle Hotchkiss Carone, there were even camels for the guests to ride! "Dream dress code," he captioned the shot.
"Mrs. Marshall" read another picture posted by Molly Howard. Agron and Marshall were first seen together in July 2015 in Paris holding hands, and Marshall proposed over the holiday season later that year. The engagement ring was a gorgeous yellow gold band with a rose-cut diamond, which she showed off in February at the Erdem fashion show.
"He's the nicest guy and treats her like a princess," a source told Us Weekly. "He is so thoughtful and flies her family everywhere they go and to see them whenever she wants. He is also so good to her friends."
Speaking of her friends, Agron spent a lot of time with her crew in the past two weeks leading up to the big day. It looks like her group spent some time at the Soho Farmhouse in England to relax before jetting off to Africa. The couple seemed to have a fantastic wedding weekend, and we can't wait to see more pictures. Congrats to Mr. and Mrs. Marshall!
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