Clint Eastwood’s Daughter Morgan Marries Tanner Koopmans in Intimate California Ceremony

 

A Family Affair at Mission Ranch

Morgan Eastwood, daughter of legendary actor Clint Eastwood, married Tanner Koopmans in a beautiful ceremony at Mission Ranch in Carmel, California, on June 15. The intimate wedding included 130 guests, among them Morgan’s seven siblings and her 94-year-old father. Morgan, 27, who is also expecting her first child, described the celebration as “very European-inspired and so perfect.”

The ceremony took place at the historic Mission Ranch, a property Clint Eastwood purchased and restored in the 1980s. Morgan chose an off-the-shoulder gown by Sarah Seven, paired with a Mantilla veil from Etsy. The laid-back event featured a dinner with filet mignon, halibut, and butternut squash ravioli, and a custom vanilla wedding cake by Tart + Tin.

Personal Touches and Family Moments

The wedding was filled with personal touches, including Morgan’s father walking her down the aisle and her nephew Titan serving as the ring bearer. The couple shared their first dance to “Baby” by Donnie and Joe Emerson, a song they have cherished since they started dating.

Guests enjoyed the relaxed atmosphere, with no strict dress code, and Morgan even did her own hair and makeup for the day. The celebration emphasized comfort and intimacy, allowing the couple and their loved ones to focus on the joyous occasion.

Celebrating with Loved Ones

Morgan’s mother, Dina Ruiz, and her husband Scott Fisher attended, along with several of Morgan’s half-siblings, including Scott Eastwood and Francesca Eastwood. The event also marked a significant moment for Clint Eastwood, who was seen affectionately interacting with his daughter and her baby bump.

Reflecting on the day, Morgan highlighted the pre-ceremony first look with her husband and the quality time they spent together at the altar as her favorite moments. The couple had announced their pregnancy a few weeks prior to the wedding, sharing their joy with friends and family.

How do you think the setting of Mission Ranch added to the special nature of the wedding? What personal touches do you believe made the celebration unique for the couple?