The Dark Knight star, 29, said “I Do” to her actor-turned-jewelry designer husband on the scenic central California coast of Big Sur just after 5 p.m. PT on Saturday, a source confirmed to Celebuzz.
Surrounded by family and friends, the pair exchanged vows on sunset in a private marquee situated next to an old barn.
Hathaway wore a custom-made Valentino gown, while the groom looked dashing in a traditional tuxedo, an eyewitness revealed to Celebuzz.
The location of the nuptials was kept secret from the 180 guests who were taken to the venue via shuttles. Guests had to wear bracelets to gain access to the buses.
Earlier, Hathaway and Shulman prepared for the wedding in a large suite at the Ventana Inn and Spa, a five-star luxury hotel.
An onlooker said: “Adam was so excited. He posed for photos with his mother who was wearing a navy blue gown with chiffon shoulders.”
The reception was set to take place in the marquee with a jazz band and DJ.
The one-time Oscar nominee began dating Shulman in November 2008.
He popped the question in Novermber of 2011, at which time the actress told PEOPLE that she was “a romantic at heart” and described her newly-minted husband as “the best.”
“Relationships are work, but love is a gift,” Hathaway said in a November 2011 interview with USA Today, in which she quoted the band Bright Eyes to illustrate her point:”‘I’d rather be working for a paycheck than waiting to win the lottery.’ … That’s the way I feel about love.”
“Calm’s new, it recently became calm,” she added. “For years it was full of doubt, really — how do you know?”
She even touted an expansion of the Hathaway-Shulman partnership — with children!
“I’d like to have kids in 10 years,” she told the newspaper. “I don’t know about five, but 10.”
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