Alec Baldwin, Hilaria Thomas Wedding: Go Inside the Couple's Lavish Ceremony
PEOPLE debuted on Wednesday the full details of Alec Baldwin and Hilaria Thomas' New York wedding, held June 30 at the famous St. Patrick's Old Cathedral.
Wed before 175 guests, including Woody Allen and Baldwin's 30 Rock co-star, Tina Fey, the happy couple exchanged gold wedding bands by Cartier with the inscription "We are a good team" written in Spanish.
What did the bride and groom wear?
Thomas, 28, donned a white gown designed by Amsale, with a traditional Spanish veil ("I liked that I brought in a bit of my culture," she told the magazine), while Baldwin, 54, wore a traditional tux by Tom Ford.
The couple admitted they didn't hire a wedding planner but still threw quite an after-party at the Kimmel Center at New York University, Baldwin's alma mater.
On the menu: Grilled chicken breast, pan-seared halibut with truffles, organic mushrooms and basil oil -- not to mention two (yes, two) wedding cakes, one of which was gluten-free.
The couple also had their first dance to "Contigo" by Luis Miguel.
"To look at a person and say, 'I'm going to spend the rest of my life with you' feels wonderful.' Being married is pretty incredible," said Thomas, a New York-based yoga instructor, after the ceremony.
"Marriage was made for you to make a commitment to someone who is worth it. And I met someone who is worth it," said Baldwin.
According to PEOPLE, the two plan to honeymoon in Spain in the fall. They're also keeping their options open when it comes to starting a family.
"We'll see what the universe has planned," said Thomas.
"My only dream is that they look like her," quipped Baldwin.
For more on the ceremony, including photos taken inside the event, pick up the latest issue of PEOPLE.
Baldwin met Thomas in 2011 at New York's Pure Food and Wine. He was previously married to Oscar-winning actress Kim Basinger, with whom he has a daughter, Ireland. (Ireland was a guest at Baldwin's June 30 wedding.)
Baldwin, a two-time Emmy winner and one-time Oscar nominee, split from Basinger in 2002.
He can currently be seen in the Woody Allen comedy To Rome With Love.