New York, New York, United States (4E) – Designer Nate Berkus and his fiance Jeremiah Brent tied the knot on Saturday in New York, the couple’s representatives confirm.
The pair is said to be the first same-sex couple to wed at the New York Public Library since it became legal in July 2011.
The ceremony, which was said to have been attended by more than 200 guests including family and friends, was officiated by OWN President Sheri Salata. Some of the guests include Oprah Winfrey, Rachel Ray and Katie Lee.
The “American Dream Builders” host reportedly wore a J. Crew suit, while Brent donned Saint Laurent ensemble. The couple’s wedding bands are said to be from Van Cleef & Arpels.
Berkus, 42, and Brent, 29, have gotten engaged in April last year after dating for nine months. Meanwhile, the “American Dream Builders” host was in a longtime relationship with the late Fernando Bengoechea, who passed away in 2004.