Elizabeth Gillies Married Michael Corcoran
Better late than never. Dynasty star Elizabeth Gillies is finally married to composer Michael Corcoran after they pushed back their April wedding during the pandemic.
“Once we saw how dire things were, we knew we had to postpone,” Liz told Vogue of their original to decide to wed at the St. Regis Atlanta. “It was a no brainer for us. apart from the apparent travel and crowd restrictions. It didn’t feel right to be celebrating in such an enormous way when there was such a lot happening within the world.”
Almost four months after they postponed their nuptials, the pair wed on Aug. 8 at the Inn at Fernbrook Farms in New Jersey with 10 guests, including both of her grandmothers. it had been well well worth the wait, because the bride gushed, “It looked so picturesque.”
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Liz shared a photograph from the outdoor ceremony on Instagram on Sept. 16 with an arch made from blush and pink roses behind the altar.
The couple turned the marriage into a road trip, driving up from their range in Atlanta in school A RV to avoid flying during the pandemic.
“We’d never driven one before, therefore the whole was a touch insane, but Michael did an excellent job,” Liz noted. They got tested for the coronavirus before they left home then quarantined in her childhood home together with her family for 2 weeks before the marriage.
For the large day, she donned a caped satin dress from Britt Wood Designs in Atlanta. “Once I put the Oscar de la Renta veil on—that’s what sold it on behalf of me,” Liz said. “It was so 1960s.”
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Elizabeth Gillies Parents
Her father Dave Gillies became ordained so he could marry Liz and Michael. The actress said, “Once we were exchanging vows, it hit me that my dad was marrying us and our loved ones were there and that I think I turned to Michael and mouthed, ‘Oh, my God, we actually did it.’ We were so happy.”
The groom, who composed music for iCarly and Victorious, told Vogue. “It really focused everything right down to what matters in life. … A big, extravagant experience within the middle of an epidemic didn’t make any sense.”
The Victorious actress maintained that postponing her wedding during the pandemic was the proper decision, saying, “I’m very proud of the way ours clothed. I do not think I would’ve had it the other way. At the top of the day, it’s about you and therefore the person you’re keen on . the remainder doesn’t matter.”
The couple recently moved to Atlanta after six years of dating. And Michael popped the question to Liz at their new home. She recalled, “When we got there, he started leading me right down to the backyard… I had no idea what he was doing. All of a sudden he got down on one knee and proposed to me right there. I used to be totally surprised. it had been an ideal proposal.”