Apr 22, 2024 - Weddings

Christina Hendricks of "Mad Men" gets married in New Orleans

Photo shows Christina Hendricks in a red dress next to George Bianchini in a black tuxedo.

Christina Hendricks and George Bianchini attend an event in Los Angeles in January. Photo: Presley Ann/Getty Images for The Art of Elysium

Christina Hendricks of "Mad Men" fame got married over the weekend at a celebrity-studded wedding at the Napoleon House in New Orleans.

The big picture: Hendricks married George Bianchini on Saturday in a "gothic, moody and sexy" ceremony at the historic French Quarter venue, according to People magazine.

  • The three-day event included a ghost tour, cocktail party, a second-line and Sunday brunch.

Fun fact: The couple skipped wedding cake and instead had Hendricks' favorite dessert, bananas Foster, People reports.

Why New Orleans: "New Orleans is a place that I always loved to go before I met George, and a place that he always loved to go before he met me," she told People.

  • Hendricks said the couple would meet in New Orleans when they were dating long distance.

Catch up quick: Hendricks and Bianchini got engaged last year, according to E News.

  • He's a camera operator and worked on "Good Girls," a series Hendricks starred in.

The guests: Shirley Manson, the lead singer of the band Garbage, officiated the wedding, Manson posted on Instagram.

  • Other attendees included "Mad Men" creator Matt Weiner, designer Christian Siriano, model Coco Rocha and "Good Girls" costars Mae Whitman and Retta.

The vibe: Hendricks told People that she and her partner are both "ex-goths."

  • She wore a long-sleeve, lace Katya Katya bridal gown with a custom lace veil.
  • New Orleans floral designer Sharime Kayla did her dreamy flowers.

Here are some photos and videos shared on social media of the wedding events.

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