There was no string orchestra and no wedding planner for Blair (Leighton Meester)’s epic wedding to her perfect match, Chuck Bass (Ed Westwick). Rather, the couple raced to avoid detection, meeting up with their friends at the Met and then getting married in Central Park.

Blair wore a beautiful blue hand-beaded dress by Elie Saab. A blue wedding dress? Well, we all know that Blair is anything but boring... Chuck's white tux with pale blue rounded lapels and a matching sparkling blue bowtie fit the bill perfectly.

As for their proposal, Chuck proposed to his bride in a hotel suite while the two were hiding from police. Details here.

Present at the wedding were close friends, Serena van der Woodsen (Blake Lively), Dan Humphrey(Penn Badgley), Nate Archibald (Chace Crawford), and Georgina Sparks (Michelle Trachtenberg). Also present were Chuck’s stepmother, Lily van der Woodsen-Bass (Kelly Rutherford), Uncle Jack (Desmond Harrington), Blair’s mother Eleanor Waldorf ( Margaret Colin), and the Waldorf family maid, Dorota (Zuzanna Szadkowski).

The couple was married by Blair’s stepfather, Cyrus Rose (Wallace Shawn) in Central Park in the Angel’s Tunnel. He quoted Herman Hesse’s Siddhartha in marrying the couple, reciting the lines that best represent this couple, “we are not going in circles/we are going upwards/The path is a spiral/we have already climbed many steps...”

The Imagine Dragons song “It’s Time” played as cop cars approached, and Blair cut Cyrus off, saying “Cyrus, I think that is enough.” With Chuck adding, “Perhaps we could skip the ‘I do’ parts.”

Chuck welcomed in her new relationship status, saying “Three words, eight letters,” referencing the first time they both felt like saying “I love you” but couldn’t get the words out yet. Blair quickly responded, “One word, three letters, yes.”

Afterward, the couple was arrested and taken to the police station to answer questions about Bart Bass’s death. Thankfully, Cyrus used his legal prowess to get the couple out and on with their lives. The reception was held at the bride’s apartment on the Upper East Side.

The two lived happily ever after, welcoming a son soon after.