On Thursday, Karlie Kloss surprised the world when she posted a photo of herself in a wedding dress and veil, holding a simple bouquet of white flowers in one hand and her new husband Joshua Kushner's hand in her other. This is how the supermodel announced she was married in an intimate ceremony in upstate New York late last week. As shocked as we were to find out that this extremely famous couple had pulled off the private nuptials three months after becoming engaged without anyone finding out until the marriage license was signed, there is one element of the Kushner-Kloss wedding that came as less of a surprise. According to Instagram stories shared by Kloss over the weekend, she and her new hubby got their wedding cake from Momofuku Milk Bar.
One of the photos Karlie shared on Instagram over the weekend features her sitting on the floor in her gorgeous Dior wedding gown, holding what looks like a piece of Milk Bar's Best Freaking Cookie. In the top left corner of the picture, the model wrote, "Finally got to eat my @milkbarstore wedding cake at 2 a.m." The following photo shows a massive version of one of the bakery's most iconic offerings, Birthday Cake, being picked at with a fork.
The Milk Bar wedding cake seems like a natural fit for Karlie Kloss' big day since she has worked closely with the brand in the past and is good friends with the bakery's owner Christina Tosi. In 2012, with help from Tosi, Kloss created her very own Milk Bar cookie called Karlie's Perfect 10 Kookie. At the time, all the proceeds earned from the treats benefited FEED Project. The newlywed's special creation is still available at Milk Bar and may have also been served at her recent wedding reception.
Though we're not sure Tosi made the guest list for Kloss's recent 80-person wedding, we're guessing her famous pastry chef friend will be at the bigger celebration the couple is reportedly throwing next spring, and perhaps, the two will collaborate on the dessert lineup for that party as well.