Wolfgang Van Halen marries longtime girlfriend Andraia Allsop in intimate wedding after ‘personal tragedies’

Wolfgang Van Halen is a married man!

The son of Eddie Van Halen and Valerie Bertinelli tied the knot with longtime girlfriend Andraia Allsop on Sunday.

The couple said “I do” at their Los Angeles home in front of 90 of their closest friends and family on the eight-year anniversary of their first date, which was on Oct. 15, 2015.

The intimate ceremony took place inside the couple’s living room so that they could “have privacy” and a sweet “moment together with everyone,” Allsop told People.

The pair decorated the space with a display of stained-glass windows as well as an array of pink and purple flowers.

The pair tied the knot at their Los Angeles home on Sunday.

Wolfgang, whose legendary musician father died from throat cancer in October 2020, wore a custom three-piece black suit as his mother walked him down the aisle to a song that Eddie wrote for him.

“The song that my father had written for me, it’s an instrumental piece called 316. It’ll be a nice way to include my dad,” the 32-year-old said.

Meanwhile, Allsop — who wore a long-sleeved lace gown —  walked down the aisle with her father to Dean Martin’s “Everybody Loves Somebody.”

The duo said their vows in their living room before taking the party outside.
The rocker’s father, Eddie Van Halen, died in 2020.
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“Dean Martin is one of my favorite performers, and I was like, ‘Oh, that’s a perfect song. I need a Dean Martin song,’” she explained.

The couple strayed from tradition in many ways, including when it came to their flower girls.

“Back in March, my grandfather passed away, but when he and my grandma got married [in the] early 1990s, I was about 3, and so I was their flower girl,” Allsop shared. “So I thought it would be fitting and just a nice little moment to have my mom’s mom and my dad’s mom be our flower girls.”

His mother, Valerie Bertinelli, walked him down the aisle to a song his father wrote.

When it came time to choose their officiant, the lovebirds also selected one of their closest family friends.

“He’s the dad of one of my best men and he’s just an important guy in our life,” Wolfgang said, adding that he had known the unidentified man for “almost three decades.”

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Once the couple joined each other at the altar, they took turns reading each other their vows — which were largely centered on family.

“One of the things that I really wanted was a way to bring Wolf’s dad into it,” Allsop said. “We’ll be having an empty chair that would’ve been his at the ceremony.”

Allsop honored her now-husband’s late father by creating “little memory charms with a picture of Wolfie and his dad on it” for all of the guests.
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In order to honor the late rocker, Allsop made “little memory charms with a picture of Wolfie and his dad on it” as a surprise for everyone so that guests could “think of him throughout the day.”

After exchanging their vows, everyone made their way to the backyard, which was decorated with string lights and florals, for dinner and dancing.

“Our goal was just to bring all of our closest family and friends together,” Allsop told the outlet. “The past few years, not only with the world, but also with personal tragedies, haven’t been the easiest, but we wanted to create this wedding as a celebration not only just for us to get married, but a celebration for the people we love.”

The pair have been together for eight years.

Despite having the time of their life on the big day, the couple called marriage “just a formality” and noted that it already felt like they were married in many ways.

“I think with our life and the way things are, the best thing, and our favorite thing to do, is to just be next to each other,” Wolfgang said of their new chapter. “Home is where we are together.”

“And home could be anywhere,” Allsop agreed. “It could be a hotel room, it could be a bus or it could be our actual house. Home is just where the two of us are.”

Wolfgang popped the question in July 2022.

The pair first connected on Instagram in 2015 and eventually met in person after Wolfgang invited his now-bride on “little trip for the day” around Los Angeles.

“There were a crazy amount of shooting stars that night. I’ve never seen so many shooting stars in my life at one time,” he recalled. “It felt like this is meant to be. It’s cheesy to say, but definitely love at first sight.” 

Despite knowing Allsop was “the one” right way, Wolfgang waited six years to propose.