And the Monique Lhuillier gown she chose is absolutely stunning. 

By Katie Holdefehr
Updated February 20, 2018
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While Amy Schumer and chef Chris Fischer's wedding ceremony may have been kept hush-hush, the secret's now out, since Schumer posted several photos from the big day on Instagram. The sneak peeks at the private ceremony prove that the intimate event, which took place in Malibu last Tuesday, was beautiful. And now that the secret's out, several people close to the comedian, including actress Jennifer Lawrence and her stylist, Leesa Evans, are sharing details about how the spur-of-moment celebration came together so quickly.

Apparently, the wedding was so last-minute, Schumer only gave her stylist four days notice. According to PeopleStyle, she simply texted Evans, "Text me when you wake up, Chris and I want to get married." The next day, they went dress shopping, which Evans reports was a surprisingly effortless experience. Schumer tried on the first dress, which was a gorgeous A-line Monique Lhuillier gown ($5,490, with spaghetti straps and subtle floral detailing, and decided it was perfect. "She wanted it to be easy, she wanted to feel like herself, and she wanted to have a great time and a great experience while wearing it," Evans reports. This gown didn't require a bunch of undergarments and was so easy, it just felt right.

To pair with the elegant, easy-going gown, Schumer ditched the towering heels in favor of some comfortable white scalloped flats by Chloe ($495;, according to InStyle. The shoes are practical enough to take her from the ceremony, to dancing at the reception, to celebrating at the after party.

Along with the effortless dress and flats, Schumer also decided to keep her hair and makeup low-key, yet beautiful. Lots of lashes were balanced out with a subtle light pink lip, while her hair was worn half-down in loosely tousled waves. Schumer's natural makeup reflects the trend toward subtler wedding makeup this season. If you want to get the look (even if it's not your big day), our top tips can help you perfect that natural glow.