Anne Hathaway's wedding was held on a private estate in Big Sur over the weekend
Anne Hathaway married Adam Shulman at a private ceremony on the Big Sur coastline over the weekend.
Wearing a custom-made Valentino gown, the actress, who will next appear on our screens in the film adaptation of Les Miserables, wed her jewellery designer beau in front of 150 friends and family.
The nuptials were held in a remote private home in Big Sur, California, on Saturday, but the weekend kicked off with a rehearsal dinner held at the Ventana Inn and Spa on Friday night.
According to reports, the ceremony took place inside a marquee set up for the occasion that was decorated in a vintage and nature-inspired theme with branches and twigs, and ivory colored roses on each of the wooden tables.
After the vows, the couple and their guests then boogied on down to 80s and 90s tunes.
An eyewitness told E! Online: ‘Anne was ecstatic with how everything turned out and so in love with Adam. She was walking on air and never stopped smiling.
‘He was doting on her, rubbing her back and helping her with her dress every step she took. At the party, they went around hugging and kissing all of their guests, making sure to say hello. They had a wonderful time and it definitely seemed like the best day of their lives.’
Anne Hathaway and Adam Shulman started dating in 2008 and got engaged in November 2011.