Chloë Sevigny and Siniša Mačković hosted a star-studded second wedding in Connecticut on Sunday — two years after they tied the knot at New York City Hall.
The actress, 47, and the art gallery director, 39, wed in front of their family and friends, including their two-year-old son, Vanja, at Talmadge Hill Community Church in Darien, the coastal town where she grew up.
Sevigny, who had multiple looks on her big day, looked every bit the glowing bride as she said ‘I do’ in an ethereal white Jean Paul Gaultier haute couture gown designed by Glenn Martins.
Chloë Sevigny and Siniša Mačković hosted a second wedding with their family and friends on Sunday, two years after they tied the knot at New York City Hall
The couple exchanged vows at Talmadge Hill Community Church in Darien, Connecticut, the coastal town where Sevigny grew up
Sevigny, 47, and Mačković, 39, shared a sweet kiss after the star-studded ceremony
She wore her blonde hair in a sleek bun at the nape of her neck, and she carried a simple yet elegant bouquet of calla lilies that were tied together with a ribbon.
Mačković looked dapper in a classic black tuxedo while their toddler son was dressed in an adorable navy and white sailor outfit for their big day.
Sevigny donned a veil before she was walked down the aisle by her brother, Paul Sevigny, at the white clapboard church. Their father, H. David Sevigny, died of cancer in 1996.
The couple arranged for guests who were based in New York City to be bussed into Darien, which is about an hour’s drive from Manhattan.
The bride, who had multiple looks on her big day, said ‘I do’ in an ethereal white Jean Paul Gaultier haute couture gown designed by Glenn Martins
Sevigny donned a veil before she was walked down the aisle by her brother, Paul Sevigny, at the white clapboard church. Their father, H. David Sevigny, died of cancer in 1996
The couple celebrated their big day with their two-year-old son, Vanja
Attendees included actress Natasha Lyonne; Sonic Youth bassist Kim Gordon; Gordon’s daughter, actress and artist Coco Gordon Moore; Derek Blasberg, YouTube’s head of fashion and beauty; designer Humberto Leon; actress and designer Tara Subkoff, filmmaker William Strobeck; Olivier Zahm, co-founder and editor in chief of Purple fashion magazine; artist Aurel Schmidt; and Gang Gang Dance frontwoman Lizzi Bougatsos.
Many people shared photos from the wedding, which featured a number of elegant personal touches such as swan ice sculptures, sterling cigarette holders, and packs of matches with their wedding date.
Blasberg, 40, paid tribute to Sevigny in his Instagram post celebrating her wedding, which included photos of the actress and her husband leaving the white clapboard church after the ceremony.
The elegant ceremony featured a number of personal touches, including swan ice sculptures
The couple also had sterling cigarette holders and packs of matches with their wedding date
Actress Natasha Lyonne enjoyed a cigarette outside after the church ceremony
Sonic Youth bassist Kim Gordon (left) attended the wedding with her daughter, actress and artist Coco Gordon Moore (right)
‘Of course, Chloe Sevigny is the coolest girl in New York. But did you know she’s a top secret traditionalist too? She loves toiles, houndstooth, personalized stationery on heavy cardstock, worn-in cardigan sets, and etiquette lessons as much as the next New Englander,’ he wrote before sharing intimate details about the ceremony.
‘That’s why yesterday we were off to a charming, tiny white clapboard church house in leafy Connecticut on a crisp spring afternoon to celebrate her wedding to Siniša Mačković, a director at Karma gallery.
‘Spoiler alert: Technically, they were already married in 2020, and have the cutest little toe-headed baby, [Vanja],’ he continued. ‘But this was the official celebration, complete with multiple bridal looks, ice sculptures, and a perfect, simple ceremony that mentioned her loyalty, his twinkly eyes, and both of their dance moves.
‘It was touching and sweet and very cool and I hope it was OK that I took a monogrammed napkin home with me for posterity. Congrats to the happy couple and wishing you a lifetime of love and happiness.’
After the ceremony, the bride and groom were driven off in a vintage Mercedes convertible coupe
The Mercedes was decorated with a ‘Just Married’ sign and cans rattling in the back
Mačković snapped a selfie with his wife at their wedding reception, which was held at the historic Waveny House in New Canaan
The proud dad also posted a heartwarming photo of their toddler son, Vanja, dressed in a sailor outfit for their big day
After the ceremony, the bride and groom hopped into the back of a vintage Mercedes convertible coupe complete with a ‘Just Married’ sign and cans rattling in the back and were driven to historic Waveny House in New Canaan for their reception.
Sevigny changed into a second look, a white long-sleeve mini dress with a long sheer lace overlay, and added flowers to her hair.
Mačković snapped a selfie with his wife and shared it on his Instagram Stories. He also posted snapshots of the ‘Just Married’ sign on the back of their Mercedes and their son dressed for the wedding.
The afterparty was held at her brother’s Manhattan nightclub, Paul’s Casablanca, the former location of Sway Lounge.
Sevigny partied the night away in her third look of the night, a white silk and lace slip dress featuring lace sleeves with gloves.
The couple first wed on March 9, 2020, two months before the birth of their son. The courthouse ceremony took place about a week before New York City went into lockdown at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
After the reception, the couple headed to New York City for the afterparty, which was held at her brother’s SoHo nightclub, Paul’s Casablanca
Sevigny partied the night away in her third look of the night, a white silk and lace slip dress featuring lace sleeves with gloves
The couple first wed at New York City Hall on March 9, 2020, two months before the birth of their son. Sevigny shared this photo last year on their anniversary to announce their marriage
Sevigny announced she was married last year while celebrating their first wedding anniversary on Instagram. She shared a throwback snapshot of herself and her husband posing in front of a backdrop of New York City Hall.
The ‘Big Love’ star leaned on Mačković while showing off her third-trimester belly in a black long-sleeve dress paired with opaque tights and ankle boots.
Adding a simple touch of tradition, she tossed on a gauzy white veil and held onto a bouquet of white blooms.
‘Married on a Monday March 9th 2020,’ she wrote in the caption, adding: ‘Happy one year anniversary my love.’
A few months later, they welcomed their son, Vanja, on May 2, 2020.
This is the first marriage for Sevigny, who previously had high-profile relationships with filmmaker Harmony Korine, Vincent Gallo, actor Jason Segal, and Pulp rocker Jarvis Cocker.