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Joseph Morgan and Persia White celebrate wedding with plant-based menuJoseph Morgan and Persia White celebrate wedding with plant-based menu

Joseph Morgan Celebrates Marriage With Vegan Cake and Menu

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He might play the ruthless — but lovable — vampire/werewolf (aka hybrid) Klaus Mikaelson on “The Originals,” but in real life Joseph Morgan just showcased his softer side by marrying fellow “Vampire Diaries” actress Persia White.

Morgan and White wed on July 5 and the duo celebrated in style. Not only did they say “I do” in Ocho Rios, Jamaica, but the couple made sure their guests had some fresh eats. From a plant-based menu to a vegan wedding cake, the goodies sure sound delicious. As White told People, “It was a triple-layer, chocolate on the inside and vanilla icing. A beautiful, amazing cake.”

The newlyweds also wanted to have a “natural” feel to their big day. “It had a very rustic feel to it,” White divulged to People. “There was nothing about it that was overwhelming or very huge or fabulous in that way. We tried to keep everything really intimate and beautiful and sort of going along with nature.”

As part of their small ceremony (only 26 guests attended), Morgan and White married at a private villa near their engagement spot, which brought them even closer to nature. “I think one of the reasons we picked it was because we love the ocean and we both grew up by the sea,” White described. “To be by the sea was wonderful. And the people of Jamaica are just wonderful.”

Congrats to the happy couple!

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