Over a year after news of their engagement broke, it's official: actress Margaret Qualley and musician Jack Antonoff are officially hitched, following a small—
but fame-packed—ceremony Saturday in Long Beach Island, New Jersey.
Qualley. the 28-year-old daughter of Andie MacDowell, has been in the public eye since her first acting job as Jill Garvey in HBO series The Leftovers in 2015.
Antonoff, who is 39, gained fame in the 2010s as part of the band Fun; his solo project, Bleachers, kicked off in 2014 and he's produced songs for musicians such as St. Vincent, Taylor Swift,
and Lana Del Rey. (Extremely online people might also know him as the center of a widely-shared PowerPoint presentation about his five-year-long relationship with writer and actor Lena Dunham.)
Media reports suggest the pair came together at some point in the fall of 2021, shortly after Qualley's split with alleged domestic abuser Shia LaBeouf.
Antonoff and Qualley made their coupling official in a series of public events that following spring.
Qualley's engagement ring, which she posted to Instagram in May, 2022, is worth an estimated $100,000, Page Six reported in 2022.
But all that was behind them this weekend, it appears. It all began on Friday evening, when (per Us), the wedding party gathered at the 3.5-Yelp-starred Black Whale Bar & Fish House in Beach Haven,
New Jersey for a rehearsal dinner. Included at the bash were “Lana Del Rey, Channing Tatum, Zoë Kravitz, Cara Delevingne, Mae Whitman,
Sarah Ramos and Taylor Swift,” the magazine reports, with Swift's arrival prompting such a crowd that police has to be called to manage the throngs.
Of course, the weekend's guest list was more than millennial superstars. MacDowell and ex-husband Paul Qualley (that's Margaret's dad) were both there,
as was her brother, Justin and sister, Rainey (also a musician, under the name Rainsford). On Antonoff's side, his father, Rick, and fashion designer sister, Rachel, were both in attendance.
On Saturday, the main event—that is, the wedding ceremony—was held at nautically themed restaurant Parker’s Garage & Oyster Saloon,
a venue notable as “one of the only waterfront dining experiences on LBI,” its owners say on Yelp.
Qualley and Antonoff went for classic looks for their big day, with the bride in a white halter dress and veil and the groom in a black tux. Swift wore a blue lace dress,
Us reports, while Kravitz and Delevingne bet on black (dresses, that is). To all participants' arguable credit,
details of the ceremony (including the designer names of the wedding party's duds) are unconfirmed as of publication time.