Brooklyn Beckham and Nicola Peltz Are Married! All About Their Palm Beach Wedding
Brooklyn Beckham and Nicola Peltz are husband and wife!
The couple tied the knot on Saturday in Palm Beach, Florida, at an elegant black-tie affair held on Peltz’s family estate, with plenty of room for three oceanfront tents.
Nicola, 27, and Brooklyn, 23, planned a multi-day celebration with guests arriving on Friday for welcome cocktails ahead of Saturday afternoon’s wedding and reception. The nuptials included a traditional Jewish ceremony, with Nicola’s grandma serving as her maid of honor, a source tells PEOPLE exclusively.
According to the insider, orchids hung from the ceiling for the chuppah while the “short but sweet” ceremony also featured an elevated runway, with water and floating flowers on each side. The bride and groom did their own vows in front of their nearly 600 guests and a rabbi.
Nicola previously told CR Fashion Book she was wearing a Valentino wedding gown for her big day. She also had a costume change during the reception, says the source.
Guests included Brooklyn’s famous family: parents Victoria Beckham, 47, and David Beckham, 46, and siblings Romeo, 19, Cruz, 17, and Harper, 10.
Nicola’s family — her businessman dad Nelson Peltz and model mother Claudia Heffner — were also in attendance, as were her seven siblings, including professional hockey player Brad Peltz and actor Will Peltz.
Additionally, another source tells PEOPLE that Mel C, Serena and Venus Williams, Jordana Brewster, Gordon Ramsay, and Eva Longoria were also in attendance.
According to the first insider, after the ceremony David Blaine performed magic for the guests during the cocktail hour, which was held in a second tent.
Marc Anthony then performed four songs for the happy couple towards the end of the evening at the reception, held in the third tent. “The stage literally rotated around and there he was!” says the source.
During a lengthy speech, David “spoke about Brooklyn being born, their family life and how great of a mom Victoria is,” says the insider.
Victoria celebrated the festivities with candid shots of her husband and three youngest children on Instagram. “An exciting weekend ahead of us!! Kisses from Miami ☀️💒 💕,” she wrote.
In lieu of gifts, Nicola’s father asked for donations to be made in support of Ukraine during his wedding speech, adds the insider.
Brooklyn and Nicola got engaged in July 2020 after first making their relationship public that January. The pair shared their happy news on social media weeks later, each gushing about the other in their captions.
“Two weeks ago I asked my soulmate to marry me and she said yes,” Brooklyn wrote alongside a romantic engagement snap of the pair on Instagram that also showed off the Transformers: Age of Extinction actress’ stunning diamond sparkler. “I am the luckiest man in the world. I promise to be the best husband and the best daddy one day ❤️ I love you baby xx.”
“You’ve made me the luckiest girl in the world,” Nicola wrote, using the same pic in her post. “I can’t wait to spend the rest of my life by your side. Your love is the most precious gift. I love you so so much baby 🥰.”
They’ve even cemented their love in ink, with Nicola tattooing Beckham’s name on her upper back in cursive and Brooklyn adding a number of tattoos in honor of the actress, including one of her late grandmother’s name.
Brooklyn and Nicola planned on tying the knot earlier than 2022, but postponed their big day due to the COVID-19 pandemic. “If COVID wasn’t a thing we’d have liked to have been married already, and it has been a bit difficult,” Beckham said in an interview with Hello! in November 2021.
Leading up to their big day, the couple sat down with British Vogue for a flirty game of “Mr. and Mrs.,” touching upon a wide range of topics about their relationship, including who is the best dancer (Brooklyn) and who is the best dresser (Nicola).
And while both agreed that Nicola was most excited about tying the knot, she did admit that she was “terrified for the first dance,” claiming, “I can’t dance.”
As for who would tear up first, Brooklyn admitted he’d be “more likely to cry on their wedding day.”