Marla Sokoloff has tied the knot!
The Practice star wed Deadsy drummer Alex Puro at Il Cielo restaurant in Beverly Hills Sunday evening in an intimate Jewish ceremony.
Known for her role as receptionist Lucy on the David E. Kelley dramedy, the 29-year-old actress ditched her office duds for a cream strapless, low-cut silk bridal gown wrapped with a black sash and topped with a veil.
As her bridesmaids, dressed in black, walked behind her, Sokoloff strolled down a red candle-lit carpet toward her husband-to-be, palming a bouquet of purple, orange and red roses.
"She was starting to tear up as she walked in," an eyewitness told 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."
The bridesmaids weren't the only members of the wedding party dressed in black. The groom and his three attendants, including Jake Paltrow, Gwyneth Paltrow's brother, were also suited in the alternative wedding hue.
After the ceremony, guests dined on the restaurant's Tuscan country cuisine and danced under a canopy of lights, flowers and vines on an Italian cobblestone patio.
The couple has been dating since 2004. This is the first marriage for Sokoloff, who was previously linked to James Franco.
Ironically, Sokoloff will appear in Hallmark Channel's Flower Girl next week, playing a florist who finally finds true love and marries.
—Additional reporting by Marcus Mulick
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