Mary-Kate Olsen Reportedly Marries Olivier Sarkozy In Private New York Ceremony

The party decor allegedly featured "bowls and bowls filled with cigarettes, and everyone smoked the whole night."

What little girl doesn't dream of hosting a wedding where guests have the opportunity to hasten their death? 

Former child star-turned-fashion designer Mary-Kate Olsen reportedly married Olivier Sarkozy in a private ceremony in Manhattan on Friday, multiple outlets report. According to Us Weekly, it was a "small and lovely" outdoor affair where the couple said their vows in front of 50 people, including their parents.

But the real party apparently started once things moved inside. A source told Page Six that the event decor included "bowls and bowls filled with cigarettes, and everyone smoked the whole night,” which sounds like nothing if not an Olsen wedding.  And, if true, that's all you really need to know, right? 

Olsen, 29, and Sarkozy, 46 became engaged in February 2014 after dating for two years. Sarkozy, who is brother to former French President Nicolas Sarkozy, reportedly popped the question with a 4-carat vintage diamond ring, purchased at a Sotheby's auction for more than $80,000 -- a surprisingly economical purchase considering the couple bought a five-bedroom townhouse for a reported $13.5 million in Turtle Bay Gardens in Manhattan's midtown area last year. 

This is Olsen’s first marriage, while Sarkozy was married to children’s book author and freelance fashion writer Charlotte Bernard, with whom he has two children, from 1997 to 2011. 

Congrats to the happy couple!


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