Anne Hathaway marries Adam Shulman in Big Sur
Anne Hathaway has married Adam Shulman in Big Sur, California, after a one year engagement.
Following reports on Friday that she was set to wed this weekend, the actress is understood to have tied the knot.
It comes following news that Anne Hathaway, 29, had hired Natalie Portman’s wedding planner to help her hash out her perfect nuptials.
The bride wore a dress designed by Valentino, after the designer recently confirmed he would be in charge of creating her gown, while the groom dressed in a dapper tuxedo.
Anne Hathaway certainly made for a beautiful bride in her off-the-shoulder, vintage inspired creation, which she teamed with white shoes and an elaborate but gorgeous veil.
Speaking recently, Valentino Garavani confirmed he had designed the gown that would be worn by Anne Hathaway.
According to People.com, the actress said “I do” with her actor beau in a ceremony attended by 100 guests.
Friday night saw the rehearsal dinner which took place at the Ventana Inn and Spa, which was followed by the star walking up the aisle on a private estate.
A minibus was seen collecting the guests from the luxury hotel to take them to the ceremony.
The décor of the big day was reportedly inspired by nature and featured lots of branches at both the ceremony and reception.
Ahead of the nuptials it was reported that the wedding would be a traditional Jewish affair – just like Natalie Portman’s wedding to Benjamin Millipied – which also took place in Big Sur.
Running alongside the Pacific Coast Highway, Big Sur, famous for its links to the Beat poets, is a sparsely populated town where the Santa Lucia Mountains rise from the Pacific Ocean.
Anne Hathaway had originally claimed the wedding would not take place until 2013 because of her work commitments.
She told Hello magazine: “We’re getting married, probably sometime next year-ish. Not this year, it’s too big with two films coming out.
“I haven’t started planning yet. I was filming Les Mis when we decided to do it, and there was no way I could think about anything wedding-related with my head in the space it was in then.
“I’ve been so busy since then, I’ve not even decided what sort of ceremony I want.”