Apparently, the couple tied the knot at this rarified retreat and then enjoyed a gala reception on the sprawling grounds of the property during which time Florence and the Machine performed.
And so, as Blakely and Ryan enjoyed Boone Hall Plantation, the "Gossip Girl" was surely the belle of her own ball at this seminal event when the bride was definitely the center of attention while saying "I do" at the oldest working plantation in the United States.
Dating back to 1743, this Southern hot spot was a keen place to have a wedding for the two actors who likely enjoyed the verdant groups ripe with oak trees and moss covered branches in a setting not far from charming Charleston.
Indeed, the massive estate offers everything a bride and groom could ask for and then some, including horses leisurely roaming on the premises and fresh foods galore thanks to the property's pecan fields and fresh strawberries.
It's likely Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds enjoyed the latter during their reception at this storied wonderland in South Carolina, a lovely place to get married.
Congratulations to the newlyweds.