Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent Got Married! (And Guess Who Was on the Guest List?)

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Happy news for Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent! The famed interior designer and his designer boyfriend (and also Rachel Zoe’s former assistant) got married over the weekend, and their matching Van Cleef & Arpels wedding bands were only two of the glam details at their wedding:

1. Nate and Jeremiah wed at the iconic New York Public Library, and are the first same-sex couple to do so. We just hope that neither wore a bird on their head like Carrie Bradshaw did when she almost got married there.

2. Their officiant was Sheri Salata, president of OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network and Harpo Studios. Which means that one of the 220 guests was…

3. … Nate’s longtime friend Oprah Winfrey! Rachael Ray, Katie Lee, Rebecca Minkoff and Busy Philipps also attended.

4. Nate and Jeremiah’s wedding was planned by the amazing Marcy Blum with a color palette of black, white, cream, gold accents and greenery, according to People.

5. Nate used his collection’s white Gemcut dinnerware set for their elegant reception, set atop linens from his fabric collection.

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