Love is in the air.
On Saturday, Cavaliers star Kevin Love married his longtime girlfriend Kate Bock, a Sports Illustrated Swimsuit mannequin, on the New York Public Library in a “Great Gatsby”-inspired affair.
“Kevin and I are both very curious people and love literature, art, and history and the New York Public Library encompasses all of that in such a romantic setting. It evokes the old-school New York glamour we were searching for and is so iconic to the city that we love,” the bride, 34, just lately told People.
For the nuptials, Bock and Love, 33, requested that their visitors put on black and white. Love himself wore a Ralph Lauren tuxedo whereas Bock opted for a long-sleeve robe from the American designer.
“We collaborated on the vision for my dress and how it fit in with my wedding day — a black and white ball evoking old-school N.Y.C glamour, inspired by the ‘Great Gatsby,’ Sinatra and the Hollywood icons of the ’50s and ’60s,” stated Bock, whose robe was impressed by Grace Kelly’s wedding dress.
Bock and Love had an evening to recollect with their nearest and dearest, together with LeBron James’ spouse Savannah, who took to Instagram to share images of herself dressed in a sheer black robe.
“It’s all LOVE💕💕💕,” Savannah gushed Sunday, tagging each Bock and Love in her submit.
Bock and Love’s wedding weekend saved rolling Saturday with an after-party throughout the road on the Bryant Park Hotel’s Célon Lounge following the reception, based on People.
As of Monday, James has not but posted concerning the nuptials. Back in February, nevertheless, Love joked to The Post about his former Cavaliers teammate attending his wedding and what it meant to marry Bock.
“I’m very excited because not only do I get to marry my best friend, but also we’ve established such an amazing life together,” Love stated on the time. “It’s going to be a celebration of the people that we have within our lives. We’ve been so blessed with those relationships. And again, I think those are what we’re going to look back at when we’re older and say, we’re so thankful for and bringing all those people together from the past and the present and having them all meet. I think that’s what really makes a wedding fun.”
Bock and Love introduced their engagement in early 2021. They met 5 years prior after capturing in New York with the identical photographer who launched them.
The couple lives collectively in Manhattan when he’s not in Cleveland throughout the NBA season.