Anne Hathaway tied the knot with her longtime love Adam Shulman in Big Sur, California on Saturday (September 29, 2012). The “Princess Diaries” actress married the jewelry designer at a private estate on the rugged Pacific Ocean coastline south of San Francisco. Their nuptials took place in a marquee surrounded by tall pine trees and more than $100,000 worth of flowers arranged by the celeb-savvy The Velvet Garden florist. With the participation of about 180 friends and family members, the newlyweds seemed to be very happy and looked very much in love while they shared a sweet kiss and posed for their official wedding portraits. The “Dark Knight Rises” star looked gorgeous in a beautiful custom Valentino gown. Wearing no jewelry, Anne Hathaway kept her cropped pixie cut from “Les Misérables” for her big day, forgoing any hair extensions. The fashion icon accessorized her dress with a 1920s-inspired headband attached to a simple veil, looking pretty beautiful. Meanwhile, her groom Adam Shulman, who offered his lady love a reportedly 6-carat diamond ring he helped design with Kwiat jewelers, opted a dapper tuxedo for the occasion. The happy pair and all the guests were then treated to tunes from the San Francisco-based jazz trio Americano Social Club.
Anne Hathaway and her fiance Adam Shulman wed in a ceremony in Big Sur, California on Saturday (September 29, 2012) after kicking off the festivities with a Ventana Inn and Spa held rehearsal dinner the previous night. It is the first marriage for each.
Anne and Adam exchange their vows in front of 180 guests in a private marquee next to an old barn. The doe-eyed 29-year-old hires event planners Yifat Oren and Stefanie Cove to help her hash out her perfect nuptials.
The bride-to-be dons a wedding dress designed by her friend Valentino Garavani. The star looks extremely beautiful in her off-the-shoulder, vintage inspired creation that she combines with white shoes and an elaborate but gorgeous veil. Meanwhile, her love interest Adam is dapper in a traditional tuxedo.
Ultimate on-screen princess Anne Hathaway and filmmaker Adam Shulman look happy as they enjoy the great outdoors together in their wedding ceremony. The couple started dating in 2008 after meeting through mutual friends.
The newlyweds happily pose for their official wedding portraits. Miss Hathaway, who is nominated for an Academy Award for her role in “Rachel Getting Married,” will be seen in the upcoming film adaptation of “Les Miserables.”