Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds Got Married in the Actual House from The Notebook

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Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds Got Married in the Actual House from The Notebook

Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds Got Married in the Actual House from The Notebook
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Yes, it's true. Living out the fairy tale fantasy of millions of ladies everywhere, Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds swapped vows in the actual house from The Notebook, according to People. Turns out, the Boone Hall Plantation in Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina—where Lively and Reynolds held their intimate ceremony, set to tunes provided by Florence Welch—is the mansion where none other than Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams first fell in love as Noah and Ally in the 2004 film that forever changed how we view kisses in the rain. But don't get it twisted: Lively and Reynolds got married in the house where Ally grew up with her rich parents, not the white house Noah built for her to profess his undying love. So, who do you think has the better plantation romance: Blake and Ryan, or Ally and Noah? Tell us in the comments!

Plus, see plenty of other star couples' wedding liplocks!

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