“In terms of the bridal party, if we include siblings, we were nine,” the Girls creator, 35, told Vogue after saying, “I do,” on September 25. “You can have a far bigger wedding with less bridesmaids, but I guess it just speaks to how excited I was to have my close friends there.”
The “Lover” singer, 31, fulfilled her bridesmaid duties alongside Dunham’s close pals Myha’la Herrold, Tommy Dorfman, Rosa Mercuriadis, Ali Trustman, Alissa Bennett, and her cousin Jenna Hally Rubenstein and sister-in-law Alma-Kori Felber, at the London ceremony. The group wore silver dresses with jeweled accents.
“I spent so much time during the pandemic talking to my girlfriends about our feelings over FaceTime, but a few of my best friends I haven’t seen in over a year,” the filmmaker, who confirmed in March that she was dating Felber (who performs under the name Attawalpa), told the outlet. “And, you know, my girlfriends have had to deal with a lot of not-so-happy things with me in our adulthood, so to be able to celebrate something joyful and use it as an excuse to be together was very special.”
The “Exile” songstress met the Generation producer via Twitter in 2013. The women’s friendship has been going strong ever since, with Swift in attendance at a Saturday Night Live after party in 2014 celebrating Dunham’s first time hosting.
Swift and Antonoff, 37, are longtime producing partners. They cowrote and coproduced three songs on the “Out of the Woods” singer’s 1989 album before working on Reputation, Lover, Folklore and Evermore.
“I am always in awe of my beloved @taylorswift13,” the New York native tweeted at the time. “So sacred to me as an artist and friend, but she’s really gone and F–KING DONE IT THIS TIME. I guess I don’t need a Lexapro prescription anymore? I love you Tay and I love this divine work of healing art, so needed and so alive.”