It was a big weekend for Seth Rogen.
Not only did his new movie 50/50 open to rave reviews, but the actor also wed his long-term girlfriend, writer Lauren Miller.
The happy couple tied the knot on Saturday at Kunde Estate in Sonoma, California, on the top of a picturesque hill surrounded by vineyards while a big band played, and RadarOnline.com has photos of the beautiful day.
The Jewish ceremony was officiated by a female rabbi with many famous names from the world of comedy in attendance, including Jonah Hill, Paul Rudd, and director Judd Apatow and his family, among the 250 guests.
"The wedding was more laughs than anything else," a source told Us Weekly when describing the three-day celebration. "Every other line was a joke and the crowd couldn't contain their laughter. It was nonstop fun!"
After exchanging their vows, the newly weds drove off in a classic white convertible to the reception, which took place on another part of the Northern California vineyard.
The bride wore a beautiful strapless white dress with a cinched waist and long veil, while the groom looked suitably dapper in a black tuxedo.
Rogen, 29, recently admitted that he took a back seat in the wedding plans and let Miller, who has made small appearances in some of his movies including Superbad, take the reins.
"My girlfriend has a very vested interest. I think she's been planning this for years. I'm the last piece of the puzzle. I'm excited. It's going to be lovely," he revealed earlier this year, according to a report on CTVNews.ca.
The Knocked Up star's proposal wasn't quite as romantic as the big day itself.
Rogen admitted to Conan O'Brien last November that he so nervous after he bought the engagement ring he popped the question almost immediately after buying it, while Lauren was still getting dressed, reported PopCrunch.com.
"She was in our closet changing, and she was literally only in her underpants, and her boobs were out. I'd already kind of started, and I was like: 'Oh man, her boobs are out! That's not part of the plan!'
"I didn't picture it like this, and I know she didn't picture it like this. No little girl is like, 'It'll happen in a closet with my t**s out.'
"I figured the only appropriate thing was to place the ring on her nipple," he joked.