Alexandra Anna Daddario, who made her breakthrough portraying Annabeth Chase in the Percy Jackson film series, has finally married her fiancé Andrew Form, best known for producing the films Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and The Purge. The two got married less than a year after getting engaged.
Alexandra Is Feeling Peaceful…
Actor Alexandra Daddario, who recently starred in the HBO hit series The White Lotus, married producer Andrew Form just months after their engagement in December 2021. The power-packed couple went official in 2020 and has come out stronger since then. The laid-back wedding took place in New Orleans. The “San Andreas” star wore a Danielle Frankel dress for her nuptials.
Alexandra revealed in an interview with Vogue, “I fell in love with Danielle Frankel’s dresses. I followed them on Instagram. They sent me a message, and we chatted, and when I went to their studio, I just felt beautiful in everything. I chose my dress because it felt like it belonged in New Orleans and was the right choice for the Louisiana heat.”
The dress had flowers embroidered throughout, as did her long and stunning veil. Meanwhile, Andrew wore a white, striped suit for the ceremony. The two were looking extremely happy as they posed for several photos that they shared with Vogue. Her hair was pulled back into an intricate undo, with diamond bracelets and red lipstick adding flair to her special day’s look.
Andrew chose a Brunello Cuccinelli pinstripe suit from the brand to wear on his wedding day. He said, “I am constantly stealing his button-downs to wear with jeans, and they are always Brunello. I ultimately chose a beautiful, not-too-serious suit that worked for a New Orleans wedding in the middle of June.”
The 36-year-old gorgeous actress posed with her better half in various locations before heading to the venue, which seemed to have a low-key, rustic vibe. About her dress, Alexandra said, “I was so nervous, I didn’t even notice the incredible flowers until I saw the photos.”
The Gorgeous New Orleans Wedding…
Alexandra and Andrew, who started dating in 2020, tied the knot at Preservation Hall. She explained in the recent interview, “We were trying to achieve a laid-back aesthetic. We loved the look of Preservation Hall—it was so old, so historic, it lets its age and ‘flaws’ show. That’s what makes it so beautiful. We wanted it to be about music, drinking, and authentic New Orleans.” Well, the two kept their ceremony simple.
Alexandra revealed that Andrew’s children were his groomsmen and ring bearers and that they wanted to keep the ceremony short so people could feel all the love. After the ceremony, a New Orleans second line led the couple and their guests through the French Quarter to Bar Marilou for the reception wherein guests were served cheeseburgers and given tarot card readings, and a dance party that went on until the bar had to close.
As for their relationship, the two sparked a romance over a Hi, which came from Andrew, and then it turned into an everlasting relationship. Alexandra previously shared that the two met on the streets of NYC. She was staying in town while waiting to be approved by a co-op.
On the other hand, Andrew was in the Big Apple waiting for a connecting flight. Since it was the midst of COVID-19, the street was quite empty and they crossed paths. Andrew said Hi, and Alexandra turned back. That’s when they struck up a conversation. Andrew then asked her for dinner. Well, the rest is history. Aren’t the two gorgeous together.