This Halloween wedding! Jamie Chung and Bryan Greenberg Married

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This is one Halloween I will always remember.

Jamie Chung and Bryan Greenberg exchanged votes Saturday afternoon in front of family and friends in a beautiful ceremony at Capitan Canyon in Santa Barbara, California, the source confirmed. Martha Stewart Weddings was the first at all, the message.

The three-day event began on Friday, when he was “Boos and booze” welcome dinner and party in the forest, where guests will be invited to wear costumes. (Dress code for the ceremony was even just a cocktail dress.)

Greenberg shared photos on Instagram to your wedding, including the presentation of their Marty McFly costume on Friday of the celebration.

The future is almost here!

A photo posted by Bryan Greenberg (@Brian green-Berg) to Jan 31, 2015 12:26am PDT

Greenberg also told to photograph the stunning views at Saturday morning to write, “BLESSED”.

BLESSED

A photo posted by Bryan Greenberg (@Brian green-Berg) to Jan 31, 2015 at 7:07pm PDT

To devote himself at the end of 2013, Chung, 32, and Greenberg, a 37 – star in the movie Already Tomorrow in Hong Kong along to divide his time between new York and Los Angeles and were connected with 2012.

Chon worked with Monique Lhuillier dress themes for your big day and your bridesmaids were dressed, the color of light blue, gray and black dress from fans + friends.

“I want everybody to feel sexy, so we had champagne on installation and adapt your body”, said last month. “I want that I am much bolder, but it’s too late for that. I was so annoyed bride!”

Her own dress was a combination of two dresses, and her “something old” came from the father. “There is a currency that my sister gave me my dad was in my pocket,” he said. “It was their mascot whole life, so I think I sew the pocket to small for this.”

Before the wedding, Joon celebrated his bachelor party with an inspired thing the garden in August and party with your best friends in Mexico for their bachelorette bash last month.

Contribution with report CHARLOTTE TRIGGS and MARIA MERCEDES LARA