Miranda Kerr and Evan Spiegel Married

Did guests Snapchat the ceremony? The billionaire Snapchat founder, Evan Spiegel, made it official with supermodel Miranda Kerr and tied the knot on Saturday.

It happened in the backyard at a Brentwood home. Less than 50 people attended and security was tighter than your butthole in prison.

Guests were picked up at specific checkpoints and driven to the home in blacked-out limos and vans.

E! News has the most details.

“Evan and Miranda looked at many different options for where they wanted to have their wedding, but their backyard was what felt most intimate and perfect,” the source said. “They kept it small with only those people that mean the most to them.”

Flynn, Miranda’s son that she had with Orlando Bloom, was seen running around with a group of flower girls.

Jason Mraz also performed at the wedding, which is probably the highest profile gig this guy has booked lately. Where’s he been? Colbie Caillat also sang, while DJ Ruckus spun. All his money and THIS is the best Spiegel could do?

At the end of the speeches, someone yelled, “Let’s eat cake” and a wedding cake was cut. Colbie Caillat then took the stage for about 30 minutes, performing songs such as “Falling for You” and “I Do.” At the end of her set, she thanked Evan and Miranda and said she was “honored to be there.” Jason then joined her onstage to perform their duet “Lucky.”

DJ Ruckus then took over and played songs such as Stevie Wonder’s “Isn’t She Lovely,” Justin Timberlake’s “Can’t Stop the Feeling” and Madonna’s “Holiday.” Everyone hit the dance floor and didn’t stop dancing all night, the source said.

At the end of the night, the DJ announced, “Let’s hear it for the bride!” and Miranda got up on stage and sang Shania Twain’s “Still the One.”

“She sounded amazing and hit all the high notes,” the source said. “At the end, everyone clapped and whistled for her.”

Happiest is Miranda Kerr who can now tell the modeling world to suck her left ball. She doesn’t have to put on a bikini or walk the runway ever again.

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