Olivia Palermo Marries Johannes Huebl

Olivia Palermo Marries Johannes Huebl
Olivia Palermo and Johannes Huebl
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updated 06/20/2014 at 07:00 PM EDT

originally published 06/29/2014 10:30AM

Olivia Palermo is married!

The tastemaker and style maven married German model Johannes Huebl during a very intimate ceremony in Bedford, New York, she announced on her website.

"We really wanted to keep this beautiful day very private and special to us and enjoyed the whole day with our family and two friends. Bedford is such an amazing and romantic countryside," Palermo says.

Palermo pieced together an outfit by Carolina Herrera, which included a cashmere sweater, white shorts and a full tulle skirt with a high slit, while her groom complemented her bridal ensemble in a white Marc Anthony Hamburg suit.



After the nuptials, the newlyweds headed back to New York City.

The couple have been together since 2008, and met through mutual friends at a movie screening in New York.

"Johannes is an incredible guy who's incredibly smart and funny and charming," the former star of The City, 28, told Brides magazine in May. "He has amazing qualities, that's what attracted me to him."

In 2010, Huebl said of their relationship, "I think we have a very conservative, old romantic, private approach to our love."

Palermo has said that she loves that they both work in fashion – he's a model and photographer, and she has collaborations with top brands, including Piperlime, and most recently, Westward Leaning sunglasses.

The fashionista is very particular about her style choices (don't expect to see her in a trendy crop top!) and her wedding would be no different. Regardless of location and vibe of the ceremony, "you're not going to see me in a huge cupcake dress," she said. "As beautiful as they are, they're just not me.”

Palermo has said that she and Huebl didn't let wedding planning get in the way of their romance: "At the end of the day, it's about the two of us, and that's the most important thing. People shouldn't lose sight of that."

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