Actress Marla Sokoloff is a married woman.
The former "Practice" star, 28, wed Alec Puro, a drummer with the band Deadsy, in an intimate Jewish ceremony Sunday evening in Beverly Hills.
Carrying a bouquet of white flowers, she was photographed in a strapless white gown with a black sash around her waist at Il Cielo restaurant at 5:50 p.m.
She had five bridesmaids, all dressed in black, who walked behind her as she strolled down a red candle-lit carpet, E! News reports.
"She was starting to tear up as she walked in," an eyewitness tells E! News. "She was trying to collect herself and took some really deep breaths before she walked in through the back door that lead directly to the aisle."
Among the guests: Gwyneth Paltrow's brother, Jake.
After the ceremony, guests dined on the restaurant's Tuscan country cuisine and danced under a canopy of lights, flowers and vines in an Italian cobblestone patio, E! reports.
Sokoloff and Puro got engaged last October.
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