Glee Club Coach Will Schuester (Matthew Morrison) Is Officially Married

Glee’s Coach Will Schuester, which role was played by Matthew Morrison has already got married to his girlfriend, Renee Puente, in a private wedding ceremony last October 18 in Hawaii. People magazine said that the newly-wed couple has already exchanged their vows and this was witnessed by 50 people, who are all family members and friends of the two. These 50 people were secretly invited to attend the wedding ceremony.

The wedding was held on a private and luxurious estate in Kihei, on the beautiful island of Maui in Hawaii. The lovely bride wore an ivory long sleeved wedding gown by Gustavo, paired with shoes made from Emmy London. The handsome groom looks so good when he wore a Brooks Brother Tuxedo. Chad Whidden, a well known pianist played the piano while soloist singer Kiley Dean, sang the song “Feels Like Home” while Renee walked down the aisle gracefully.

Glee Club Coach Will Schuester (Matthew Morrison) Is Officially MarriedThe 35-year old Morrison told People that he put his singing skills in real life and not just in Glee. He sang a surprised song to his new wife, which is “Top of The World” by the Carpenters, which happened to be one of the most special songs in Renee’s life because it was her mom’s favorite song, and that makes it even more special for the couple.

The newlywed couple doesn’t even expect that there is a hurricane in Hawaii on the day of their special day. So they found it scary as their wedding ceremony might be ruined because of the weather. Luckily, on the day of the wedding, the weather cooperated and it made their wedding day even more special. Aside from Morrison, the hurricane brings an amazing view to the sky.

Right after the wedding ceremony, the lovely bride Renee Puente has prepared and showed her new husband, a special Hula dance. It was said that it is normal for a Hawaiian bride to dance Hula for her new husband so Renee did it as a surprise to her husband. Morrison said that he never saw his new wife dance like this before and he found it amazing. Afterwards, Morrison joined his new bride, Puente, for their duet of “Starry Eyed” and “Video Games” by Laura Benati.The couple had been officially dating since 2011 and just got engaged June of last year already exchanged their vows in an intimate wedding ceremony.