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It turns out Chris Kattan would rather drape himself in green than gold lamé.
The former Saturday Night Live star swapped vows Saturday with model Sunshine Tutt in what was described to E! News as an environmentally friendly affair.
"Married in beautiful Yosemite Valley, Calif., today," Kattan, 37, writes on his website.
The couple, who enjoyed an uncharacteristically long Hollywood engagement of 18 months, walked the aisle in front of a small group. Invitees included Kattan's onetime SNL castmates Will Ferrell, Tina Fey, Amy Poehler and Jimmy Fallon.
Nature played a big part in the wedding theme, starting with biodegradable invitations printed on flower seed paper that could be replanted in the guests' own gardens.
Kattan popped the question on Christmas Eve in 2006 at Tutt's grandmother's house in Gainesville, Texas.
Tutt, 31, has appeared on E!'s Sunset Tan and in the feature film Monkeybone, in addition to print work.
Kattan left SNL in 2003 and has kept busy doing voice work—he had roles in Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters and will be heard in the upcoming Foodfight!—and various other film and TV spots, including the Night at the Roxbury-spoofing Super Bowl commercial for Diet Pepsi Max.
More recently, Kattan has been working on the big-screen comedy Hollywood and Wine with Pamela Anderson and David Spade, and may be back on the small screen soon.
Serving as host, Kattan shot a pilot in April for CBS' Game Show in My Head, another wacky-sounding offering from Ashton Kutcher's production company, Katalyst TV, in which contestants do embarrassing things in public for money. So far, it's unclear whether CBS will be carving out a spot on its schedule for the Candid Camera-style series.
But that's okay, Kattan has a honeymoon to get to.