Now you know what a big fan I am of Tolkien and of Lord of The Rings, so bare with me today while I shall rant about the injustice of not presenting Celeborn more in the motion pictures. Celeborn is a fictional character in J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth legendarium. He appears in The Lord of the Rings as the Elven husband of Galadriel, Lord of the Galadhrim, and co-ruler along with Galadriel of Lothlórien. He was the father of Celebrían, the wife of Elrond, and thus the grandfather of Arwen Evenstar and her older brothers Elladan and Elrohir. He was also a kinsman of the First Age Elven King Thingol. Celeborn means "(tall) silver tree" in Tolkien's invented language of Sindarin. Within Lothlórien itself he is called simply Lord Celeborn or The Lord (more often with Galadriel as The Lord and Lady). He is called Celeborn the Wise by Galadriel.
I think that they are the second favourite couple from the LOTR trilogy - and no! Arwen & Aragorn are not the number 1, but Faramir & Eowyn are! Just imagine the fair and wise Galadriel, she could have chosen anyone - any elf that she would wish - and she choose the perfect match. Celeborn managed - after the fall of Sauron - to make Thranduil accept the splitting of the Woodland Realm. He renamed the forest the Wood of Greenleaves. Thranduil was still the king of the northern part of the forest, yet the center part was given to the Beornings and the Woodmen + the southern part was attached to Lothlorien. Galadriel left ahead in 3021 (at the end of the Third Age) with their daughter to the Undying Lands. Despite their love, Celeborn stayed but after a few years he began to grow weary, so he went to Rivendell to his grandsons (Arwen's brothers) for a while. Eventually he went to the Grey Havens and sailed back to Galadriel. It is said that "with him went the last living memory of the Elder Days in Middle Earth"...
A Fan Of Galadriel & Celeborn - The Ladybug