Rider Strong is a married man!
The Boy Meets World alum wed his longtime love Alexandra Barreto on Sunday, Oct. 20, at a summer camp in Oregon, and now E! News has an inside look at the romantic autumn nuptials!
The radiant and smiling couple stands in the fall foliage for their wedding portrait. Barreto looks gorgeous in a strapless Nicole Miller wedding gown, while Strong looks dapper in a Rag & Bone suit. In accordance with the camp theme, the bridesmaids wore chambray shirts, handmade skirts by Anjou Clothing on Etsy, tan belts and boots.
Adding to the family feel of the service, Rider, along with his father and brother, built the altar out of redwood branches taken from the woods where Rider grew up, E! News has exclusively learned.
Novelist, as well as a friend of the couple, Tod Goldberg officiated the service. Goldberg was recently selected for the new Best American Essays 2013.
Guests enjoyed beer from Rider's hometown brewery, Lagunitas, and Alex's favorite vodka, Kettle One. The wine was made at home by the parents of the groom.
Strong's favorite band, Typhoon, performed at the party, after Strong mentioned them on Twitter, according to Us Weekly.
In order to honor the fact that Rider and Alex host a regular game night in LA, they held a Running Charades game with over 70 people, and had a talent show to replace the traditional rehearsal dinner, emcee'd by The Following's Natalie Zea and Scrubs' Travis Schuldt.
Zea also served as a bridesmaid.
Days before his wedding, the 33-year-old actor couldn't stop gushing over his bride-to-be, telling E! News, "I'm incredibly lucky to be getting married to my best friend and partner in crime."
"We're tying the knot at a summer camp in Oregon...It's going to be a camp-themed weekend with everyone sleeping in bunks, a ropes course, games, a talent show...let's hope it doesn't rain too much," he continued.
Strong popped the question last year just before Christmas after spending weeks crafting her engagement ring.
The pair met while working Pepper Dennis in 2006.
-Additional reporting by Holly Passalaqua