Amy Schumer got married in Malibu just before Valentine's Day, and the ceremony was attended by some of her closest high-powered celebrity friends.
Sources at the wedding tell The Blast Schumer and her now-husband, Chris Fischer, rented a private home Tuesday afternoon in Malibu to exchange their nuptials in front of around 80 people. The ceremony went down on a bluff overlooking the ocean.
Comedian John Early officiated the wedding as his popular character, Vicky, and Schumer's dogs even made an appearance in the ceremony.
We're told of the big stars that were in attendance: Larry David, David Spade, Jake Gyllenhaal and Jennifer Lawrence. Several guests Schumer was hoping could attend weren't able to make it because the whole event was thrown together so quickly. In fact, we're told some guests were notified of the wedding via text message.
We're told the wedding was kept secret and everyone was vigilant against any pictures or social media postings. The couple wrote their own vows, and we're told they were hilarious.
The reception featured a huge seafood bar where guests dined on oysters.
Schumer and Chris Fischer just went public with their relationship last weekend when they attended Ellen's 60th birthday party. He had started popping up on her social media feeds a few months ago. Fischer is a cookbook author who owns and operates Beetlebung Farm in Martha’s Vineyard.