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Published on 28 May 2015 | over 2 years ago

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Newlyweds Nikki Reed and Ian Somerhalder are celebrating one month of wedded bliss by gifting all us with a peek at their wedding video. Nikki hit Instagram to share a message of love with her hubs saying: You are MY every dream brought to life. We are A cosmic collision. This is A lifetime felt in every moment I’m by your side. My love. My human…happy one month.”
So you guys grab your tissues, and take a look at the full peek:
Pick yourself up off the ground – because I know that’s where you are after seeing all of that gorgeousness in action. This is really our first full look at the wedding, featuring a bunch of cute kisses by the way – not many paparazzi photos have surfaced, and we are loving everything about this wedding and how happy they looked. Also, shout-out to Claire Pettibone who created Nikki’s dress, which was a stunning lace, backless gown, that she paired with beautiful hairpiece.
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So what do you guys think of this adorably beautiful sneak peek at Nikki and Ian’s wedding last month? Honestly, now I just want to see more! Hit the comments section to share your congrats and best wishes for the new married couple and click here to find out 7 things even you die-hard fans might not know about Ian Somerhalder! I’m Joslyn Davis at Clevver headquarters, thanks for hanging and we’ll see you later!


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