Actress Anne Hathaway married fiancé Adam Shulman Sunday in California.
Hathaway, 29, married jewelry designer Shulman at a private estate on the rugged Pacific Ocean coastline south of San Francisco, according to reports in People and Us magazines which included pictures of Hathaway in a white gown with veil and train.
The couple became engaged last November and married on Saturday night before more than 100 invited guests, with Hathaway wearing a custom Valentino gown, People said. It was the first marriage for each.
“They were posing for pictures after the wedding and seemed giddy and on an adrenaline high,” Us quoted a witness to the ceremony as saying.
Hathaway was nominated for an Academy Award for her role in “Rachel Getting Married” and will next be seen in the upcoming film adaptation of “Les Miserables.”
The couple were engaged for more than a year. The ceremony took place on a private residence in Big Sur in front of 180 guests and some pretty rustic décor. But we digress — the part we were most excited about was Hathaway’s highly-anticipated wedding gown.
It was revealed last week that the 29-year-old actress would wear Valentino when the designer raved about the then-bride-to-be to E! News, so our expectations were high. And then, when rumors began to swirl that Yifat Oren, Natalie Portman’s wedding planner, was hired to plan the “Dark Knight Rises” star’s nuptials, we couldn’t help but have visions of an equally as dreamy wedding made even more special by an etherial gown for Hathaway.
So now that Hathaway’s big day finally came, we have to say that we were not disappointed with her dress in the least. The gauzy Valentino confection was as romantic as a wedding dress can get, featuring an off-the-shoulder neckline, delicate lace and a crowning veil that cascaded down the floor-length hemline of the gown. She really looked stunning. As for Adam, the new hubby wore a traditional tuxedo (no matching styles for the couple this time).