Abbi Jacobson and Jodi Balfour tie the knot

Jodi Balfour and Abbi Jacobson have got married credit:Bang Showbiz
Jodi Balfour and Abbi Jacobson have got married credit:Bang Showbiz

Abbi Jacobson and Jodi Balfour have got married.

The 'Broad City' creator-and-actress exchanged vows with the 'Ted Lasso' star at Public Records in New York City, four years after they first connected virtually and two years after they got engaged.

The brides - who wore "off the rack" gowns from May-Kate and Ashley Olsen's fashion line The Row for the ceremony - had planned to exchange vows outside but had to "pivot" and makes changes at the last minute due to torrential rain.

Abbi told Cultured magazine: "We had planned an outdoor ceremony and dinner, but we had to pivot.

"It was such kismet, because the ceremony was not what we expected, but it was exactly what we’d hoped for. People were packed together.

"When we looked out at the audience, our friends were on stools, peeking through the plants, and sitting on top of the booths. I’ve never been to a wedding like that."

The actresses had fun surprising their guests at the wedding reception.

Jodi, 37, explained "We decided to make the party a surprise. After dinner, the Westerlies burst out of the kitchen playing Stevie Wonder’s “Sir Duke.” We followed them from the dining room to the dance floor in the sound room, where Matt FX [music supervisor on 'Broad City'] started DJing.

"I also surprised Abbi by asking our friends Lukas [Frank] and Zach [Dawes] to perform 'True Love Will Find You in the End.'..

"It really was 'one of those nights'. We were in a dark wooden room with no windows, an insane sound system, and a disco ball.

"Everyone’s nice clothes became wet rags. People were smoking who don’t smoke. Our moms did the hora. It was like we all existed in a different dimension for a while."

Abbi, 40, added: "Our first dance was to Aretha Franklin’s “Don’t Let Me Lose This Dream.” My dress destroyed Jo’s tights within 35 seconds."