One insider tells Us that the couple tied the knot outside a rented house in Malibu that overlooks the ocean. The guest list included Jennifer Lawrence, Jennifer Aniston, Larry David, David Spade, Judd Apatow and Jake Gyllenhaal. A comedian officiated the nuptials, and the bride and groom read their own vows. A strict no-photos policy was enforced.
“It was a very chill wedding. It was thrown together last minute,” a source says. “Most of the guests found out the wedding was happening on Tuesday from a text message sent out by Amy on Sunday. It was like, ‘Hey, this is happening. If you can make it, great. If not, no worries.’ People were in and out all night. It was a gorgeous day. Everyone was having a good time.”
Us exclusively revealed in November that the stand-up comedian, 36, was dating the Beetlebung Farm Cookbook author, 37, after they were spotted looking cozy during a romantic dinner at Café Altro Paradiso in New York City. She confirmed the relationship news on Sunday, February 11, when she shared a photo on Instagram of herself kissing Fischer in a photo booth at Ellen DeGeneres’ star-studded 60th birthday party.
According to Schumer’s BFF and fellow comedian Bridget Everett, the Trainwreck actress is head over heels in love. “Amy’s very happy,” Everett, 45, told Us exclusively in December, adding that she has already met Fischer.
The chef lives on Beetlebung Farm in Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts, where his family has resided since 1961. His 2015 cookbook was critically acclaimed and won a James Beard Award, while his Beach Plum restaurant was named by Esquire magazine as a favorite of former President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama.
Prior to her romance with Fischer, the Inside Amy Schumer star dated furniture designer Ben Hanisch. They were first linked in November 2015 after meeting on a dating app. Schumer and Hanisch split in May 2017, but her rep told Us at the time that the former couple “remain friends.”