Anne Hathaway Marries Adam Shulman

Hathaway wore a gown designed by "very good friend" Valentino

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    Though she encountered an odd, prison-bound bump on her road to happiness, Hathaway has appeared to enjoy a cuddly, drama-free courtship with Shulman.

    Anne Hathaway is a married woman.

    The Dark Knight Rises star swapped vows with longtime love Adam Shulman Saturday in Big Sur, Calif., E! News has confirmed.

    Hathaway wore a gown designed by "very good friend" Valentino--and while the newlyweds aren't flashing pics for the world to see just yet, we're going to bet the words radiant and stunning applied.

    What did Valentino have to say about bride-to-be Anne Hathaway?

    The newlyweds celebrated with more than 150 family and friends at a secluded private estate in the picturesque coastal community. The guests began arriving for the ceremony around 4 p.m., but many were reportedly on hand for the whole wedding weekend, which started Friday with a rehearsal dinner at the Ventana Inn and Spa.

    Anne and Adam's road to the altar--a timeline

    Though she encountered an odd, prison-bound bump on her road to happiness, Hathaway has appeared to enjoy a cuddly, drama-free courtship with Shulman.

    They started dating in late 2008 after meeting through mutual friends and by November 2011 Shulman had popped the question, offering up a reportedly 6-carat diamond ring he helped design with Kwiat jewelers.

    Befitting of their mutual smarts, Hathaway and Shulman held an engagement party in February at a New York City bookstore, where their friends and family noshed on vegan cuisine in honor of the pair's impending nuptials.

    Congratulations to the newlyweds!

    Take a look at Anne and Adam looking so in love through the years