‘Arrow’ actor Colton Haynes weds artistic director Jeff Leatham
“Arrow” star Colton Haynes married Jeff Leatham at the Palm Springs hotel in California.
The ceremony was officiated by Kris Jenner, a friend of the couple, with 120 guests in attendance, reports People.
Haynes and Leatham’s celebrity friends included Haynes’ “Arrow” co-stars Stephen Amell and Emily Rickards, “Teen Wolf” star Dylan O’Brien, and “Modern Family” actors Sofia Vergara with husband Joe Manganiello, and Jesse Tyler Ferguson.
Other celebrity guests included Melanie Griffith, the late Carrie Fisher’s daughter Billie Lourd, and Chelsea Clinton.
Leatham, 46, is a top hotel artistic director and designed most of the wedding as “Cher meets a Guns ’N Roses video.”
“Last night I married the man of my dreams,” wrote Haynes, 29, in a picture of the two against a backdrop of roses—Leatham is known for his floral designs.
“So proud to be your husband,” wrote Leatham in his own post.
The couple wore matching white tuxedos while guests were in black and white.
Haynes revealed to the public that he was gay in 2016. In 2017, he shared his first public photo with Leatham on Valentine’s Day.
Leatham would propose to him in March; it was a lavish proposal in Mexico with fireworks and video messages from Cher, Melanie Griffith, and Serena Williams—one of the people who helped set them up.
Haynes would propose back to him in May so that both of them had matching diamond bands.
“The really great thing about being with Jeff is that since we got together my relationships with my friends have gotten better, my family relationships have gotten better,” shared Haynes to People.
“When you learn to really love someone, it’s completely life-changing. Now we have this beautiful life together and this epic journey ahead.”
Haynes visited the Philippines in 2015 for the AsiaPOP Comicon Manila. Niña V. Guno/JB
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