Milla Jovovich wed Paul W.S. Anderson at their Beverly Hills, Calif., home Saturday night, Usmagazine.com has confirmed.
Guests, including Patrick Dempsey, began arriving at 4:30 p.m. to the sound of flamenco music.
The 20-minute ceremony began at 5:30 p.m. Jovovich donned a veil that covered her face, and a long, white sleeveless dress. Her hair was down and wavy, decorated with red flowers. Anderson wore a beige suit.
After the couple said "I do," guests "cheered three separate times while the couple kissed," a source tells Us.
The model-actress and her husband, a director, are parents to 20-month-old daughter Ever Gabo, who wore a tutu. (Jovovich debuted her post-baby body in the September issue of Maxim.)
Jovovich, 33, met Anderson, 44, when he directed her in "Resident Evil" (2002). She's set to begin filming "Resident Evil 4" next month.
She's currently starring in thriller "A Perfect Getaway" alongside Steve Zahn. Anderson most recently wrote and directed "Death Race," which hit theaters in 2008.
It's the third marriage for Jovovich, who wed "Dazed and Confused" co-star Shawn Andrews in 1992 at age 16 (it was annulled two months later), and was married to "The Fifth Element" director Luc Besson from 1997 to 1999.
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