The word on the street last week was that Kate Bosworth's nuptials were imminent, and it seems that that was true!
Kate Bosworth and her director beau Michael Polish tied the knot on Saturday in Montana.
Hosted at The Ranch at Rock Creek in Phillipsburg, Montana, the couple's big day was styled by the Martha Stewart Weddings team.
The bride wore not one, but two, custom-made Oscar de la Renta dresses: an ivory radzimir-satin strapless ball gown for the ceremony - complete with a sweeping eight-foot-long and 16-foot-wide train - and a floral embroidered tulle dress with an illusion neckline and scalloped cap sleeves for the reception.
The groom looked dapper in a three-piece charcoal Brooks Brothers suit and was matched by his groomsmen.
Celebrity guests, including Lake Bell, looked on as the couple exchanged their self-penned vows against a backdrop of rolling hills, streams, mountains and wildflowers.
Following the ceremony guests headed to Granite Lodge for a locally-sourced meal. Dancing at the historic Silver Dollar Saloon and an after-party followed.
This is the latest celebrity wedding to be masterminded by the Martha Stewart Weddings team, having helped plan Blake Lively and Ryan Reynold's nuptials last year.
Elizabeth Graves, Martha Stewart Weddings Editor-in-Chief, said: "They envisioned a celebration that mixed Victorian touches and romantic Western influences, bookended by fun events that took full advantage of the Montana setting."
Pictures of the four-day wedding weekend will be featured in the Winter Issue of Martha Stewart Weddings.
Congratulations to the happy couple!