Twilight's Ashley Greene is a married woman!

The 31-year-old actress, who played Alice Cullen in the hit vampire romance films, married Australian TV personality Paul Khoury on Friday in a rustic outdoor ceremony at the Nestldown retreat in Los Gatos, California, near San Jose.

"It was a beautiful and unique venue with redwood groves, waterfalls and beautiful ponds with lily pads," a source told E! News.

Greene's former co-star Robert PattinsonAaron Paul and wife Lauren PaulEvan RossJosh Duhamel and Eiza Gonzáles and Cara Santana were among the guests. Santana posted on Instagram Stories a video of her and others traveling to the venue by private bus.

More than 100 people attended the wedding.

"They watched them recite beautiful personal vows in the middle of a beautiful forest," the source told E! News. "It was a fairytale setting and they couldn't have been happier."

The bride wore a low-cut Katie May wedding gown for the ceremony, Brides reported. She also sported a long veil over her hair, which was styled down. Khoury wore a dark-colored suit with a calla lily boutonniere, the source told E! News.

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Aaron Paul, Lauren Paul, Ashley Green Wedding

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Cara Santana, Aaron Paul, Lauren Paul, Ashley Green Wedding

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Cara Santana, Ashley Green Wedding

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The bride and groom arrived at the reception in a miniature open air train.

Greene soon changed into a sheer, lace dress with 3D floral appliqués by Windi Williams-Stern, owner of Studio Unbiased.

The pre-wedding festivities began on Wednesday.

"They made it a Fourth of July holiday celebration," the source said.

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