• Jenna Ushkowitz and David Stanley first met through a dating app
  • The couple started dating in 2018 and got engaged last year
  • The actress will be next seen in the comedy movie "Rosé All Day"

Jenna Ushkowitz took to Instagram on Sunday to announce that she has tied the knot with David Stanley.

Ushkowitz shared a photo of herself posing with her husband and smiling at the camera. The actress looked stunning in her bridal gown, designed by Netta BenShabu and Kinsley James Couture Bridal. Meanwhile, Stanley looked dashing in his Hugo Boss tuxedo.

"Mr and Mrs Stanley 7.24.21 ✨ The MOST magical day getting to marry this is man," she wrote in the caption before tagging the photographer. "We are honored to have all our wedding details in Brides' first ever digital issue.. stay tuned."

The actress talked about the couple's special day in an interview with the wedding magazine Brides.

"We were elated and so grateful that we didn’t have to push our wedding and that we got to have the day of our dreams," the 35-year-old actress told Brides. "It was such a gift that we were able to share it with our friends and family."

Ushkowitz went on to explain that she and her husband had "always dreamed of a wedding on the smaller side, but with COVID, we definitely had to scale back more than we anticipated."

"Having our closest family and loved ones there (safely) was a priority for us," she told the publication. "By setting the expectation from the get-go that we had to limit guests, we were able to focus our planning and ensure that we could stay flexible in case any element of the day needed to change."

The couple first met through Hinge, an online dating app. They began dating in 2018 and got engaged in August 2020.

The actress shared a photo flaunting her engagement ring last year. "Yes, a million times, yes," she wrote in the caption.

The engagement announcement was made after Ushkowitz posted a sweet note on Instagram to commemorate their second anniversary.

"2 years of getting to know you, traveling, laughing. 2 years of growth, learning about each other, ourselves, our love and 2 years of creating our little family," she wrote in the caption. "Can't wait for all the days, months, years to come. Happy anniversary mi amor."

Ushkowitz is known for playing Tina Cohen-Chang's character on "Glee." She will be next seen in the comedy movie, "Rosé All Day," penned by Katie Amanda Keane and helmed by Marla Sokoloff.

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