Published on November 20, 2018

 

View this post on Instagram

 

A post shared by Mandy Moore (@mandymooremm) on

First, we were in awe of Mandy Moore’s LA mid-century remodel. Now, the This Is Us star has raised the bar with one of the most incredible backyard wedding ceremonies Hollywood has ever seen. The New Hampshire–born actress and her fiance, musician Taylor Goldsmith, wed at their dreamy 1950s home in the highly coveted Linda Vista area of Pasadena, California.

With the help of interior designer Sarah Sherman Samuel and architect Emily Farnham, Moore spent the better part of the past year giving their home a contemporary facelift. Now a fresh homage to mid-century living (complete with hits of terrazzo and a copper-clad fireplace), it’s no surprise that the pair’s much-loved abode was also their dream venue.

According to E! News, the “intimate backyard wedding at Mandy’s home started just after sundown on Sunday evening.” Moore’s blush pink Rodarte dress set the stage for a playful and intimate gathering, while a layer of vintage rugs around the altar and large floral arrangements with feathers extended a bohemian touch.

 

 

View this post on Instagram

 

A post shared by Minka Kelly (@minkakelly) on


Aside from dishing up major wedding inspiration, photos captured by guests revealed a closer look inside Moore’s gorgeous hilltop home. Five minutes before walking down the aisle, a friend stumbled upon Goldsmith playing the piano in the pair’s sun-drenched living room. If that doesn’t pull at your heartstrings, we don’t know what will.

While the duo narrowed down the guest list to only 50 friends or so, there were a number of famous faces in attendance, like close friend and actress Minka Kelly; Moore’s ex, Wilmer Valderrama; and This Is Us costar Milo Ventimiglia.

 

View this post on Instagram

 

A post shared by Adam Nee (@adamnee) on

Forget city hall: Moore’s casual, chic gathering has us convinced that at-home weddings are the next cool-girl wedding trend to try.

 

See more cool, casual wedding ideas:

A Nontraditional Backyard Wedding That’s Fun but Still Fancy

The Cool Girl’s Guide to a City Hall Wedding

How to Host Your Wedding at Home, Stress-Free

Privacy Preference Center

Multiply

These cookies are used to collect information about traffic to this website and how users interface with this website.

mx_bucket_*, mx_cookie, mx_uuid, mx_xp_d, xp_xp_m_android, xgeo, xroll