And it seems the 30 Rock actor is happier than ever.
“The very first thing I said to Megan when I met her was, ‘You are going to be my wife.’ No joke, before I even said ‘Hello,’ I knew we would be married one day.”
This goal was almost derailed by the Saturday Night Live alum’s tragic accident 14-months-ago which resulted in him being wheelchair bound for five months.
“Megan was by my side throughout all of the hard times of this past year. She is my rock, and I couldn’t be happier to have her take my last name. We are the Morgans!”
The newlyweds certainly had a dream wedding thanks to professional planner Jenny Orsini. The pair were married in a rustic barn chapel that included a beautiful chandelier and a 12 foot custom floral wall. Nice!
In regards to the inspiration behind the theme for the nuptials, she explained:
“The d├â┬⌐cor was feminine and classic and exquisite without being over-the-top. Tracy is such a funny guy and his personality is over-the-top, but when it came to his wedding, he really wanted to have a black-tie, very elegant affair that represented his fianc├â┬⌐e Megan. She’s extremely classy.”
Color us jealous!
The bride and groom were flanked by their friends and family with Tracy’s children, Tracy Jr. and Maven, serving as the ring bearer and flower girl.
“He is so grateful to have Megan. She is such a strong part of his life, and he truly adores her.”
Miz Wollover was glowing in a custom Ines Di Santo gown eventually changed into a Stephen Yearick design for the reception. As for Tracy, he rocked a a custom ivory Brioni tuxedo and Salvatore Ferragamo shoes.
The wedding’s 150 guests munched on salad with local blueberries and strawberries, filet mignon, Chilean sea bass — and of course a slice of the couple’s five foot tall wedding cake. YUM!
Mr. and Mrs. Morgan, know that you’ve given us a terrible case of #FOMO. HA!
Congratulations again on your wedding!
[Image via WENN.]