Anne Hathaway Marries Adam Shulman In Private California Coast Ceremony

Anne Hathaway married fiance Adam Shulman on Saturday night, a ceremony that took place in Big Sure on the California coast.

The large ceremony included more than 100 guests who were also treated to a rehearsal dinner at the Ventana Inn and Spa on Friday night. The wedding ceremony took place took place at a secured private estate. According to Celebuzz more than 180 guests were taken to the venue from their hotel via shuttles.

Anne Hathaway wore a custom Valentino wedding dress, a gown that was confirmed by the fame designer last week.

According to a source at PEOPLE:

“The wedding décor was inspired by nature, with many branches used to create a ceremony and reception to blend in with the majestic Big Sur surroundings.”

Hathaway and Shulman have been together for the last four years, announcing their plans to wed last November. At the time of announcing their plans to get married Hathaway proclaimed:

“I am very much in love with him, [only] Adam totally ruined my plan. I was really actually looking forward to a little alone time, and then I fell in love like a fool!”

Celebrating with plenty of their friends is nothing new for the couple, in February they held an engagement party in New York with 125 friends and family members.

The outdoor wedding was captured on film with more than 40 photos which can be viewed at Just Jared.

In the meantime congratulations to the happy couple who finally managed to tie the knot after four years.