The Flash Star Grant Gustin and LA Thoma Are Married

Melissa Benoist, Chris Wood and other actors attend the couple's wedding at Valentine DTLA

By Zach Johnson Dec 17, 2018 11:45 AMTags
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Grant Gustin and LA Thoma are officially man and wife!

The Flash actor, 28, and the physical therapist, 30, tied the knot Saturday at Valentine DTLA, a sprawling 9,000-square-foot venue erected in the 1920s. The newlyweds themselves have yet to say anything about their big day via social media. Gustin's rep confirmed the wedding to E! News and said, "They were surrounded by their families and close friends, and it was a beautiful ceremony and an unforgettable day."

As one might expect, their guest list featured plenty of actors from both the screen and the stage, including Melissa Benoist, RJ Brown, Max Chucker, Daveed Diggs, Adam Kaplan, Jared Loftin, Ben Ross, Leela Rothenberg, Taylor Trensch and Chris Wood. Model Renée Mittelstaedt and personal trainer Ryan Phillips were also in attendance.

Talent manager Robert Stein took a picture with the couple in a photo booth and shared it on Instagram. "What heartfelt joy is was to watch Grant and LA, surrounded by their family and friends, come together for a loving union. Wishing them both a lifetime of love and happiness," Stein wrote. "They are so blessed to have one another to spend the rest of their lives together." Brown, Kaplan, Rothenberg and other guests also shared their photo booth shots on Instagram.

Grant's father also posted some pictures, writing, "What a memorable and beautiful event!"

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Gustin proposed to Thoma in April 2017—and they shared the news afterward on Instagram, of course. A year ago, he also cleared up rumors they had secretly tied the knot in Malaysia. "It was incorrectly reported, without our permission, that LA and I had a private wedding while we were here, but that's not quite the truth," he said on Instagram. "While we did have a beautiful, symbolic Kadazan ceremony to honor LA's ancestors, we still won't tie the knot until next year."

The couple talked about that "tribal" ceremony five months ago when they appeared together on the Anna Faris Is Unqualified podcast. "My mom's a Kadazan, so it's almost like Native American of America, but she's from the island of Borneo," Thoma said at the time. "We wore the traditional outfits, [and] we had, like, a shaman and a medicine-man do all of the blessings."


Thoma told Anna Faris she already felt "spiritually married" to Gustin.

"We technically did, you know, a shaman did a ceremony in front of a group of people," her fiancé added. "Technically we are, like, pretty married. We just haven't signed a document yet."

And now, they have. Congratulations to the happy couple!