A day after tying the knot, “The Flash” alum Robbie Amell and his now wife, “Supergirl” grad Italia Ricci, took to social media to express their thoughts about their recent wedding ceremony.
“Best day of my life,” Amell wrote on Instagram, along with a photo of him and Ricci in their wedding outfits. According to Us Weekly, the 28-year-old actor sported a Samuelsohn tuxedo and a pair of Tod’s shoes while his bride walked down the aisle in a James Clifford dress, which she paired with Betsy Johnson shoes and Neil Lane jewelry.
Ricci, who currently plays Emily Rhodes on “Designated Survivor,” shared the same pic on her Instagram page but with a different caption. “About damn time. Thank you guys for all of the congrats and warm wishes! I dig being an Amell. ❤ ,” she wrote.
Amell and Ricci, 29, got married in downtown Los Angeles on Saturday, Oct. 15. The two exchanged “I do’s” in front a crowd of their closest friends and family, which included Victor Garber, Alexa PenaVega, Carlos PenaVega and “Laguna Beach” star Talan Torriero.
Although not present at the ceremony, Danielle Panabaker — Amell’s romantic interest on “The Flash” — sent her congratulations to the newlyweds via Twitter. Ricci’s “Designated Survivor” co-star Adan Canto also sent his well wishes to the lovebirds.
Amell and Ricci first started dating in 2008. Amell popped the question to Ricci in August 2014, a month after celebrating their sixth anniversary as a couple.
“She said yes!!!... I think. I can’t really be sure,” the Canadian native captioned an Instagram photo of him and Ricci kissing after his proposal. “I’m going to marry my best friend. @italiaricci.”
In an interview with Entertainment Tonight this past January, Ricci shared some of her plans for their wedding.
“[It’ll be] classic and elegant — I mean, I hope,” she said at the time. “As classy and elegant as you can get when there are burgers or pizza [being served] — or maybe both. I’ve really just been putting everything off because I'm terrified of all of the decisions. I want everything.”