Oil heiress Ivy Getty to officiate on Valentine’s Day

Oil heiress Ivy Getty to officiate on Valentine's Day

Oil heiress Ivy Getty to officiate on Valentine’s Day


Billionaire oil heiress Ivy Getty has a new job playing the real-life Cupid.

The newlywed socialite — whose November wedding to photographer Tobias Alexander Engel was officiated by Nancy Pelosi — helped spread the word on Valentine’s Day Love.

Getty married artist Isla de Luca and photographer Tati Bruening at a party at the Jane Hotel on February 14. She then tossed the petals from the balcony to a crowd that included new “Gossip Girl” star Eli Brown and heir Peter Brandt Jr.

Just days before the event, Getty posted on Instagram asking if any couples wanted her to get married on Valentine’s Day. “It was very spontaneous,” a source told CNN.

“Ivy married them very formally and very professionally,” the attendee said. “It’s beautifully done and special.”

“It takes longer to read your charts than it takes to get an appointment!” Getty told New York Magazine’s party reporter Brock Collier as she “dually punched a dirty martini” at the reception.

Frankie Jonas – brother of the Jonas Brothers known as “Bonus Jonas” – served as best man.

Getty has been socially active in New York recently, appearing at the Winter Wonderland Ball at the New York Botanical Garden in December, the opening of the new Hudson Yards cocktail lounge Peakaboo, the Markarian fashion show, and a banquet at Love Square. This month, Shack Fancy designer Rebecca Hessel Cohen.

She married in San Francisco four months ago, wearing a custom gown by John Galliano covered in a broken mirror. “The Queen’s Stratagem” star Anya Taylor-Joy is the bridesmaid and Getty’s rescue dog is the ring holder.

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