Alexa Vega and Carlos Pena Tie the Knot in Mexico!

25-year-old Spy Kids star and her boyfriend married Saturday in Puerto Vallarta

By Brandi Fowler Jan 05, 2014 3:26 PMTags
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Alexa Vega and Carlos Pena have tied the knot!

The 25-year-old Spy Kids star married her 24-year-old Big Time Rush singer beau Saturday in an intimate ceremony in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, E! News has confirmed.

"Mrs. PENAVEGA," the blushing bride shared on Twitter, a combination of both of their last names.

Before saying I do, Vega tweeted, "Wow... I'm getting excited nervous!!!! Ahhhh!!! #CountDownToAisle."

And the couple kicked off their wedding festivities rocking sweatshirts that read "Lex Los" on the back to commemorate their big day.

"LOVING our #LexLos @Hoodiebuddie hoodies! #DestinationWedding #Mexico," Vega wrote on her WhoSay page Friday, along with a shot of her and her hubby-to-be in their sweatshirts.

"YES!!! I can't wait for tomorrow. #lex&loswedding good night!," an equally excited Pena wrote on his Instagram page, showing off a photo of the breathtaking view from their hotel room.

Following their nuptials, the couple issued a statement to E! News, saying, "We are so thrilled and blessed that we were able to have all of our close friends and family join us on our special day."

Congrats to the happy couple!

-Additional reporting by Marcus Mulick

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The couple started dating in late 2012, and got engaged when Pena popped the question during a romantic road trip in September 2013.

After proposing to his ladylove, Pena shared a picture of Vega wearing her engagement ring via his Instagram account Sept. 11, writing, "My angel!!! @vegaalexa awesome road trip so far!! Now we just need to get back."

The actress went on to share a shirtless picture of her future husband via her own Instagram account, captioning the shot with "Hello fiancé."

This is the second marriage for Vega who was previously married to 37-year-old movie producer Sean Covel from 2010 to 2012.

—Additional reporting by Marcus Mulick