Singer/songwriter Lisa Loeb, whose first hit was the 1994 song "Stay", was married on Saturday to Late Night with Conan O'Brien music supervisor Roey Hershkovitz.
The pair met 2 years ago and got engaged in November of 2008.
The wedding took place in New York City, attended by 275 guests. The 40 year-old singer wore a strapless pink dress, while her husband-to-be showed up in a Paul Smith suit. The bride thanks her guests for coming out in the cold.
Loeb's song "Stay" became popular after being featured in the film Reality Bites. In addition to her music, she starred on the reality show Dweezil & Lisa among other programs.