Being a single woman is so yesterday for Hilary Duff.
That's because the Disney diva became a married woman Saturday, as she tied the knot with her pro hockey better half Mike Comrie in an intimate ceremony in Santa Barbara, Calif.
The newlyweds worked hard to keep details of their big day under wraps before the ceremony, which, as the 22-year-old bride wanted, was a quiet affair kept as small as possible. Among the guests who made the guest list were Hilary's sister Haylie Duff, who served as her maid of honor.
"What a special weekend filled with love and beautiful memories," the big sis tweeted after the ceremony.
According to OK!, which has the exclusive on non-grainy wedding pics this week, Haylie was accompanied by four bridesmaids for the 100-strong ceremony, while Mama Duff Susan, clad in Badgley Mischka, also had the honor of walking her daughter down the aisle.
The hush-hush nature of the ceremony was hardly surprising given that their should've-been-private moment of engagement was splashed out across the Internet earlier this year, an experience Duff called "awful."
But some details have slipped out…
Duff's engagement ring, for example, set her Edmonton Oiler now-hubby back a cool $1 million. And the blushing bride was spotted back in March picking up two garment bags from Vera Wang, sparking speculation that the celeb wedding dresser of choice would soon be adding another client to her enviable roster. She was no doubt a welcome (and blushing!) addition to the club.
Congrats, Hilary and Mike!
(Originally posted Sat. Aug. 14 at 10:15 p.m. PDT)