Jon Hamm and Anna Osceola said ‘I do’ nearly six months ago with a wedding in Big Sur.
Now, the 52-year-old Morning Show star has opened up, sharing details about the special day.
While appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live this week, Jon said, ‘It only took me half a century, but I figured I might as well get it right.’
He added, ‘It was very sparsely attended, by our decision. It was small. Man, it was great.’
Jon also called the ceremony a ‘full circle moment’ as he and his bride wed at the same location where they met on the set of Mad Men in 2015.
Jon Hamm has opened up about his wedding to wife Anna Osceola, nearly six months after tying the knot
While appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live this week, Jon said, ‘It only took me half a century, but I figured I might as well get it right’
‘It was very exciting. We did it this summer in beautiful Big Sur. It was a perfect day,’ the longtime actor recalled.
The newlywed also revealed that he and his wife were given a discount at the location, due to their connection to it.
‘It had changed hands since the time — this was about nine years ago, so it changed hands but it’s still a beautiful piece of property right on the Pacific Ocean,’ the Hollywood hunk explained.
Hamm joked, ‘We got married on a cliff and we chose to walk the correct way after we got married.’
The details continued as he noted he and Anna wanted to be married by someone taller than them — ‘My wife is about 6ft tall, I’m a little over 6ft tall so we needed somebody tall, tall.’
The couple went with a wedding officiant named John, who is a mutual friend of his and Kimmel’s and is 6ft7in.
After getting the wedding details out, Jon went on to share a glimpse into their first Thanksgiving as a married couple.
The twosome hosted fifteen people for the holiday and there were two turkeys — ‘One was 16 [lbs] and one was 18 [lbs],’ he said.
Jon said about the nuptials, ‘It was very sparsely attended, by our decision. It was small. Man, it was great’
Jon called the ceremony a ‘full circle moment’ as he and his bride wed at the same location where they met on the set of Mad Men in 2015
Hamm and Osceola’s star-studded wedding was attended by the likes of Paul Rudd, Tina Fey, Kimmel, and a host of other celebrities.
Hamm spoke about marriage during an episode of the Table For Two podcast, where he opened up about his view on the institution.
‘Ideally, it gives you and your partner a sense of stability and comfort and an identifying capacity that is better, deeper, richer, than “it’s my girlfriend” or “my boyfriend” or what have you,’ he said.
The performer, who recorded the episode not long before his wedding ceremony, then spoke about his expectations for his life with Osceola. ‘It’s exciting because it’s all potential, it’s all possibility, and it’s all positive.’