Despite earlier this summer denying plans to get married before the new year, actress Anne Hathaway went ahead and tied the knot over the weekend to actor and jewelry designer Adam Shulman.
The ceremony, attended by some 150 guests, was steeped in nature, taking place on a private estate in Big Sur on the California coast. According to sources, more than $100,000 in flowers were used to decorate the traditional Jewish ceremony.
"I am very much in love with him; [only] Adam totally ruined my plan," Hathaway told People earlier in the year. "I was really actually looking forward to a little alone time, and then I fell in love like a fool!"
As for the menu, Ecorazzi reports that the reception included an all-vegan menu similar to the one at Hathaway’s engagement party. Such plant-based goodies included at the previous affair were veggie burgers, cupcakes and truffle macaroni and cheese.
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Natalie Portman’s wedding planner, Yifat Oren, and event professional Stefanie Cove helped in creating what seems like the perfect weekend.
Hathaway, an animal lover, also received a gift from PETA in the form of a sponsored calf named Peter, who was rescued from “a filthy and abusive Pennsylvania dairy factory farm” but now is “thriving” at The Cow Sanctuary in Shiloh, N.J.
"By going vegan, Anne is doing the best thing that she can to better her health and save calves like Peter from a life of suffering. Anne is living proof that vegans are beautiful from the inside out," said Tracy Reiman, PETA executive vice president.