'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' star Stephanie Beatriz ties knot with fiance Brad Hoss; couple asks wedding guests to donate to charity
Beatriz and Hoss refused to take any gifts at the wedding, and instead asked guests to donate to one of four nonprofits. The donations have so far crossed $10,000
Congratulations are in order for 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' star Stephanie Beatriz, who has finally made things official with her fiancé Brad Hoss in a romantic wedding ceremony that took place on Saturday, October 6. The festivities were attended by the couple's family and friends, including some of Beatriz’s 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' costars, as well as her good friend Emmy Rossum.
After the wedding ceremony, the actress surprised her husband by changing into a custom Christian Siriano jumpsuit to continue the day's celebrations with family and friends.
The couple refused to take any gifts for their wedding, and instead asked guests to donate to one of four nonprofits, including The Trevor Project, Lake Geauga Recovery Center, Grey Muzzle Organization and the Eva Longoria Foundation. According to Us Weekly, the donations so far have reached an amount of over $10,000.
"Very happy very tired bride-to-be," Beatriz wrote in a cheeky selfie on Instagram Stories on Friday, October 5, adding, "Zit update". She also shared her mindset before getting into her wedding day details writing on Instagram, "It’s the week I get married. I have a cold and a zit. BUT. I have the power to turn this around. I’m choosing today to focus on how excited I am to start a new chapter of life with the most unbelievable partner."
Beatriz and Hoss got engaged in October 2017 after the couple hosted their first party together. At the venue, Hoss proposed to the 'Modern Family' actress with a custom rose-gold, pear-shaped morganite ring from Los Angeles jeweler Joy Smith of Communion by Joy.
The actress had earlier posted tons of pre-wedding updates on her social media, including a picture in a veiled headband from her bridal shower at Disneyland’s Grand Californian Hotel and Spa last month. "#fbf to the most extra bride-to-be in all of Disneyland," she wrote at the time.
Beatriz told People magazine all about her "hella fly" wedding starting with how she couldn’t believe a dress she found at Grace Loves Lace. "There was a dress I came across called the Rosa. I’m not even kidding you," Beatriz said, referencing her B99 character Rosa Diaz. "But the simple slip dress with beautiful lace roses all over it seemed too good to be true."
She added: "I was like, 'Nah, it’s not gonna look right, it’s not gonna fit.' It was the last dress I went to try on. I went by myself to try it on, ’cause I was like, I just want to get it out of my head. And I put it on and it was like, oh yeah, this is the one."