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Valentino Gown and Vegan Menu Mark Anne Hathaway's Wedding Day

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When Anne Hathaway pledged to stick with Adam Shulman until death do they part, she did so in a way that was both sophisticated and understated. The bride and groom said "I do" during a rustic sunset ceremony Saturday in Big Sur, Calif., exchanging vows on a cliff next to a barn and in the shadow of towering pine trees."The wedding was lovely and Anne looked gorgeous," a spy tells People magazine. "She looked very pretty." The actress, still sporting her "Les Miserables"-required pixie cut, walked down the aisle in a floaty, custom-made, off-the-shoulder Valentino princess gown with a train. She opted not to wear any jewelry, choosing to let her noggin-covering, 1920s-style headband and veil do the accessorizing. More than 150 guests watched the couple make things legal, then proceeded to munch on vegan fare while listening to a jazz trio and breathing in the aroma from $100,000-plus in floral arrangements. "It was just friends and family," the insider tells People. "No movie stars. There were only a few people in the business there, like her stunt double." As you'd expect, Anne, 29, and her actor-jewelry designer husband, 30, "seemed incredibly happy and in love," a source enthuses to Us Weekly. "They were posing for pictures after the wedding and seemed giddy and on an adrenaline high. At one point, they had a moment to themselves and they just looked at each other for a long time and then kissed."Click on to see the newlyweds locking lips, along with plenty more pics of Anne's gorgeous gown ...Premiere/CPR/Fame Flynet
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