Allison Williams apparently had a beautiful wedding ceremony when she married her longtime boyfriend, Ricky Van Veen, on Saturday.
According to Radar Online, the secluded ceremony took place in Wyoming and featured quite a few celebrities in the audience.
As previously reported by the Inquisitr, Girls actress Rita Wilson attended the ceremony alongside her husband, Oscar-winning actor Tom Hanks
However, Radar reports that Tom Hanks did not have a reserved seat in the audience, because he played a much bigger role in this memorable event. The Bridge of Spies star reportedly officiated the wedding ceremony.
A number of different media outlets have shared pictures of Allison Williams in her beautiful wedding dress.
— GraziaUK (@GraziaUK) September 23, 2015
So Allison Williams' wedding dress is something truly beautiful... http://t.co/QzEJL6Jvjh pic.twitter.com/xgHWp3VEJw — Marie Claire (@marieclaireuk) September 23, 2015
The same photos were initially shared by Allison Williams via her official Instagram page along with a message thanking everyone for their wishes and support.
"This pretty much sums up my feelings about the whole weekend. Thank you all for the well-wishes, and thanks to everyone who made it possible."
Radar Online published a series of photographs of the star-studded ceremony, including shots of Allison Williams being escorted down the aisle by her father, Brian Williams.
There was also a shot of Allison Williams and her now-husband during the actual ceremony along with Tom Hanks.
During a Q&A session with Seth Meyers in February, Allison Williams opened up about the reasons why her wedding ceremony was delayed. According to the actress, her busy work schedule, as well as her father's highly-publicized controversy, played instrumental roles in the ceremony's postponement.
"You sort of think, 'What could possibly come along that would make me not think about this?' And then I get Peter Pan and I think, 'Okay, I will think only about Neverland and then we'll go back to planning our wedding.' Then current events started happening, so that derailed it a little bit, but it has been this really beautiful through-line in our lives. It's just something we haven't focused on, but, spoiler alert, we are excited!"
Allison Williams and Ricky Van Veen, a co-founder of College Humor, first started dating back in 2011. They took their relationship to the next level when they got engaged in 2014, according to People magazine.
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