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Congrats! Paul Digiovanni And Katie Stevens Marry In Tennessee — All The Wedding Deets

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Who Is Paul Digiovanni? Meet Katie Stevens' Husband— Plus All The Wedding Deets!

On Saturday, “The Bold Type” actress Katie Stevens married music producer Paul DiGiovanni in Tennessee in front of 250 guests. If the groom looks familiar, it's because DiGiovanni is also the guitarist from the band Boys Like Girls. The two first started dating over five years ago and Katie says he knew he was the one in just the first few months of dating. 

“Wow. Yesterday was the best day of my life, @paulblg,” Katie said Sunday on Instagram.

Katie, 26, wore a stunning form-fitted, lace, sleeve gown by Flora with L’Dezen jewels for the ceremony and looked absolutely gorgeous.

The couple also shared that music was a detrimental part to their big day. “Music is important to both of us. It’s what I do for a living, and Katie does a lot of it too, so that was a big thing for the wedding,” he explained. “We took a lot of time picking out all the songs,” the couple shared with Page Six.

So ... who is Paul DiGiovanni? More information on Katie Stevens' husband and their southern wedding:

1. Katie knew it was love at first sight.

Katie had some intuition that she and Paul were going to be together forever. “Our first date was five and a half years ago. After dating for a couple months, I knew [he was going to be] my husband,” the 26-year-old actress told People ahead of her big day. “From the second that I met him up until now, he’s made me feel special and more than enough every single day.”

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2. Paul’s mom was remembered at the wedding through a special detail.

“Paul’s mom passed away when he was 15, so I just wanted him to feel like she was with us,” says Katie. “His aunt gave me a piece of his mom’s wedding dress, and I had it sewn into Paul’s jacket on the inside and covered with a patch,” Katie also told People.

Katie worked with BJ Gray of Grayscale to incorporate a piece of the dress into Paul’s suit. Paul had no idea about this until their big day.


A post shared by Paul DiGiovanni (@paulblg) on Oct 13, 2019 at 12:35pm PDT

3. Paul surprised Katie with their first dance song.

For their first dance, Paul had a special surprise in store and had friend Ben Rector make a video for the couple singing ‘I Will Always Be Yours’. “Paul asked him if he could make a video singing our first dance song, and he did! It was truly so special,” she told People.

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4. Bride and groom both shared sweet wedding moments on their social media.

Katie shared four photos on her Instagram, including a video of their vows. On one photo, Katie wrote, “I married my best friend.”

Paul also shared a video of the vows and wrote, “if you weren’t there watch this and cry. if you were, cry again. if you want to cry more than that click the link in my bio and watch the whole video. what an amazing day!”

5. The couple got engaged last year in Switzerland.

The couple got engaged during a 2018 vacation to Switzerland, In an interview on 'Late Night With Seth Meyers', Katie shared how the engagement went down. “He had the ring in his pocket for days,” she said.“He was smart by letting me plan our day.” Paul took Katie on a mountain hike and gave her a letter he had written years earlier but had instructed her to wait on opening it. Inside, it said: “Katie, marry me?”

6. Katie competed on American Idol before becoming an actress.

Before Katie became an actress, she pursued a very different career. In 2010, Stevens competed during Simon Cowell’s American Idol days and came in eighth place after performing songs like “Chasing Pavements,” “Big Girls Don’t Cry,” and “Let It Be.” Check out the video below for a fun flashback:

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Elizabeth Ward is a writing student finishing her bachelor’s at the University of Louisville. She covers news, entertainment, relationships and everything in between.