American socialite Olivia Palermo and her German male model husband Johannes Huebl will not be pushing through with plans for a big wedding ceremony this year. The two said “I do” in a private wedding nearly a year ago, and were said to be planning a more elaborate ceremony to celebrate their union this year, but it looks like it’s not going to happen, reports E!News.

During an Art of Shaving launch in New York City, Palermo told E! that though they thought about it, the couple really don’t have any plans for a second ceremony.  "We are both just so busy with work and stuff. We will be back in Europe for the summer cause Valentino is showing in Rome, so that's going to be really amazing and I am really excited," said Palermo, adding that they'll be spending a few weekends in New York's Hamptons as well.

Palermo married Huebl in an intimate ceremony in a quiet park in Bedford, New York, just north of the Big Apple. People reported that few details from the wedding were shared by Palermo via her website. The wedding was small and discreet, attended only by the couple’s family and two close friends, something that Palermo and Huebl really intended. "We really wanted to keep this beautiful day very private and special to us and enjoyed the whole day with our family and two friends. Bedford is such an amazing and romantic countryside," she said.

Always a fashionista, the bride wore a three-piece outfit by designer Carolina Herrera. Palermo styled together a simple cream cashmere sweater, chic white shorts and a full tulle skirt with a high front slit. The groom complemented the bride’s style with a white Marc Anthony Hamburg suit.

Nowadays, Palermo still looks stunning having recently been spotted in London for a shoot with Vogue magazine. According to Britain's Reveal, Palermo was seen strolling through the city looking casually stylish in all-black outfit that featured cropped tailored trousers, a high-neck sweater and a cape-style jacket with shoulder slits. The dramatic jacket trailed behind her as she strode the streets.