Anna Camp and Skylar Astin have officially tied the knot, and the only thing we have to say about it is: aca-awesome!
The “Pitch Perfect” co-stars wed on Saturday in an outdoor ceremony on the California coast in front of friends and family, according to People. Camp wore a gorgeous gown by Reem Acra, which featured a strapless neckline and full skirt, while Astin went for a classic tux. People also noted that the bridesmaids, including Camp’s fellow Bella, Brittany Snow, wore dresses by Theia.
On Monday, following their big day, Astin shared a gorgeous photo of him and his bride walking down the aisle together.
“Truly on Cloud 9. I got to marry my best friend in the whole world. And she ain’t too tough on the eyes either!” he wrote.
Before the couple exchanged their vows, Camp appeared to share her excitement about the big day on Instagram with this quotable moment from “Waiting for Guffman”:
Snow and Elizabeth Banks, who also starred in “Pitch Perfect,” were more than ready to watch the couple get hitched.
Camp and Astin began dating in 2013 and got engaged over the New Year’s holiday weekend this January while on vacation in Hawaii. This past August, the couple had what looked like the most aca-amazing pre-wedding bash, complete with cowboy hats and karaoke.
Both actors often share photos of each other on social media, and have been quite open about their relationship.
Congrats to the happy couple!
This post has been updated to include the wedding photo Astin tweeted Monday afternoon.
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