They're not officially dating yet, but according to Ryan Seacrest and Twitter, they're off to a good start.
star married Tim Rosenmann Saturday in Palm Springs, Calif., E! Port wore a custom-fit wedding dress by Ashi Couture while rings were provided by Tacori. Whitney, 30, first met her future hubby while filming her MTV reality series.
"It had to be me, you know."Yes, and it looks like that worked out well for her.
Whitney and Tim officially began dating in early-2012 and were engaged in under two years.
I don't really wanna be staring at a dress for too long because I'm afraid that I'll get sick of it, but I definitely have ideas in my head of what I want."She said that the wedding will take place sometime this year - but where will it be? She teased: "It will be a destination and it will be sorta medium size.
In the show's first season finale, however, the two parted ways.
We really always knew we would end up together and now we can start a new amazing chapter in our lives.
The wedding was everything we hoped it would be and will cherish the memories for the rest of our lives."Whitney Port and her new husband met when he was working as an associate producer on MTV's reality series "To make a very long story short, Timmy originally planned to propose to me in Australia but the plan didn't go quite his way," Port wrote in a post on her blog, explaining that before she and Rosenman flew to Australia for a vacation, she overheard his boss wishing him "good luck" at the end of a phone conversation.
"We just met, you know, when I'm in New York and stuff," he said.
"I want to do everything, but not everything works together so it's my sister's job to make my mismosh something cohesive."Luckily for Whitney, her sister Ashley is a professional wedding planner.
It was thanks to this collaboration (among others) that the eventual big day was the fashion-forward fairy tale Whitney always envisioned.
Whitney was in Vegas to celebrate her sister Ashley’s bachelorette party on Friday, and said having a relationship in front of a TV crew has been hard for her. "It kind of speeds the relationship up, and it also takes a lot of the spontaneity out of it.
It’s hard to have an intimate relationship no matter what, whether there are cameras there or not, so it’s not the most natural thing," she said.