Hilary Duff wed her hockey player beau, Mike Comrie, in an intimate sunset ceremony at a $29 million estate near the San Ysidro Ranch in Montecito, California on Saturday.
UsMagazine.com confirmed that nearly 100 of the couple's closest family members and friends enjoyed poolside cocktails before the ceremony began at sundown.
Dressed in a beautiful strapless Vera Wang gown with her hair in a bun, the 22-year-old actress made her way down the aisle, which was lined with candles and rose petals. Her mother, Susan, was by her side. Duff's older sister, Haylie, was the maid of honor.
"It was one of the most beautiful weddings I've ever seen," a witness told Us of the 20-minute ceremony. "Absolutely stunning. They thought of every last detail and it was an incredible sight."
Duff and Comrie, 29, have been together for more than two years. The two got engaged during a Hawaiian vacation in February.
After Comrie got down on one knee and presented his girlfriend with a 14-carat, radiant-cut sparkler in Maui, Duff started making her wedding plans.
"[I] came home to a big stack of magazines from my family," said Duff to Us, who had "tear sheets all over my house" in her quest to find the perfect gown. "It's very exciting!"