Did Zosia Mamet Take a Cue From 'Girls' for Her Boho Wedding Aesthetic?
She certainly looked "whimsical-slash-beautiful" on her big day.
Zosia Mamet and her fiance, X-Men actor Evan Jonigkeit, tied the knot on Saturday afternoon, and from the looks of Mamet's veil-free wedding 'do, the Girls star may have taken a cue from Marnie Michaels' onscreen nuptials for inspiration.
In season five's "Wedding Day" episode, Marnie (Allison Williams) adamantly defended her "Laurel Canyon classic" aesthetic. As she described it to a useless makeup artist, who plastered Marnie's face with layers of makeup, the look was intended to be "artistic, but also with a nod to my cultural heritage, which is white Christian woman." (For her IRL wedding to CollegeHumor founder Rick Van Veen last year, Williams opted for a more traditional-glam Oscar de la Renta gown.)
In character as the effervescent Shoshanna Shapiro, Mamet described the flowing lilac bridesmaids gowns as "whimsical-slash-beautiful" — which also is a fitting way to describe the boho half-up, half-down 'do that Mamet rocked in her own wedding. Though Mamet has yet to reveal the full effect of her bridal look by posting photos of her dress, we imagine something lacy and elegant would finish the ensemble quite nicely.
"Sometimes you just don't need a veil," wrote hairstylist Thomas Buckett of the cascading loose curls and skinny braids, which were peppered with pale pink roses and scarlet blooms. "Congrats @zosiamamet to being the girl that has never been traditional."
From the looks of both Mamet and Jonigkeit's own Instagrams from the ceremony, however, she didn't go as over-the-top with the woodland fairy vibes with her own wedding aesthetic as Marnie did. To commemorate the big day on social media, the pair each posted a photo of bride and groom rubber duckies — a sure sign that the newlyweds have a better sense of humor than Marnie.
Congrats to the happy couple!