Ashley Olsen and Louis Eisner’s wedding was a ‘perfect celebration,’ source says

Ashley Olsen and Louis Eisner’s wedding was a ‘perfect celebration,’ source says

Ashley Olsen and Louis Eisner’s marriage couldn’t be more perfect!

In a private ceremony, the fashion mogul and 33-year-old Eisner tied the knot in December.

PEOPLE has been told by a source that Olsen-Eisner’s wedding was a “small affair”, attended mostly by family and friends, such as Mary-Kate Olsen, Olsen’s twin sister, and Elizabeth Olsen, her younger sister.

She is close to her family. According to a source, Louis is also very close to his family and was present at the event. It was an unforgettable celebration for them. “They never desired a large wedding.”

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Since October 2017, Olsen is linked to Eisner (an artist, son of Lisa Eisner jewelry designer)

The star is famously secretive about her relationship with the man she loves.

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Olsen engaged Eisner in June 2019 while on a date to Los Angeles for a dinner and movie.

Star looked casually dressed in a black sweatshirt with matching pants. But, it was her prominent dark band on her left ring finger which stood out most.

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It Voll House In June 2021, the twin sisters of an alum opened up to reveal why they have a low-key style and minimalistic approach. They also shared that their upbringing was based on keeping personal issues out of the public eye.

Mary-Kate said, “We were raised as discreet people.” i-D When asked by The Row about The Row’s modest, discreet style, he replied that he did not know.

Ashley said, “I believe that that could be just our aesthetic preference, our design preference.” But that doesn’t necessarily mean we can’t appreciate anything truly extravagant or maximum.

She continued, “Sometimes collections even start quite like this and get pared down.” It doesn’t have to start in that way.

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