Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Wedding: Ryan Gosling & Eva Mendes Secretly Married Earlier This YearCupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Wedding: Ryan Gosling & Eva Mendes Secretly Married Earlier This Year

By Kayla Garritano

The silent wedding bells have rung! Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes tied the knot with a secret celebrity wedding! According to, this celebrity couple of five years decided to get married earlier this year among a small group of close friends and family. A source close to Mendes says, “Eva and Ryan have always felt like a married couple. They are infatuated with each other.”

This celebrity duo are officially off the market. What are some ways to keep your wedding a secret?

Cupid’s Advice:

Secrets can be tough to keep, especially with something this big! But no worries; Cupid is here to help:

1. No formal invites: Sending out invitations may cause an issue if someone who wasn’t invited happens to see it. If you want to invite only your closest friends and family, tell them in person, and have them write it down in their personal planner, or somewhere that it won’t get out.

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2. Bye, bye social media: To keep your wedding on the DL, it means you need to keep any other wedding-related thing private. The bridal shower, the bachelorette party, and maybe even your first picture of the engagement ring fall into that category. Posting your events on social media just makes people wonder when the wedding is going to be, and you’ll get the constant nagging.

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3. No party, no problem: We know it’s exciting to get engaged to the one you love. You’re going to want to throw the most exciting party to celebrate the start of your new lives. However, throwing a large party will leave guests with the anticipation of the wedding. This goes along with inviting only your close family and friends, as well as not posting anything on social media. If you want this wedding to remain a secret, you may want to convert the large party you crave to a smaller gathering. It can still be just as joyous and cheerful!

How have you kept your wedding a secret? Comment below!