Elisabeth Moss and Fred Armisen Get Married!

Celebrity News Oct. 26, 2009 AT 2:01PM
Elisabeth Moss and Fred Armisen Get Married! Credit: Mathew Imaging/WireImage.com

Mad Men actress Elisabeth Moss and Saturday Night Live funnyman Fred Armisen are now husband and wife!

The couple wed on Sunday at The Foundry in Long Island City, New York, the actress' rep confirms to Usmagazine.com. The ceremony was "attended by family and friends," the rep says, adding that Moss' gown was designed by Claire Pettibone.

"They did get married over the weekend," a source close to the couple tells Us. "It was fun."

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Word that Moss and Armisen were a couple first surfaced in early January, when Armisen was spotted checking out Moss' Broadway play Speed-the-Plow in New York City. By the end of the month, Moss, who brought Armisen as her date to the Vanity Fair Oscar party, had confirmed they would wed.

“It’s private, so I don’t want to share the details of how [Armisen proposed], but I will say it was perfect,” Moss, 27, who plays Peggy Olson on the AMC show, told USAWeekend.com after accepting her engagement ring.

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SNL's Armisen, 42, also kept a lid on their wedding details, only hinting that the ceremony would be full of laughs.

"It will be the coolest and funniest wedding," Armisen told reporters at January's Screen Actors Guild Awards, while he and his bride were planning their special day.

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Asked what she loves most about her man, known for his impersonation of President Barack Obama, Moss has said, "That's an incredible, hard question." When asked the same question, Armisen replied "[Our love is] too much for words. I couldn't do that justice because the words wouldn't be right."

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