Mandy Moore and Taylor Goldsmith have tied the knot.
The 34-year-old This Is Us star married the Dawes frontman on Sunday afternoon in Los Angeles, ET can confirm. A source tells ET that the wedding ceremony took place in the backyard of Moore’s Los Angeles home, and that the reception was held at The Fig House in the Highland Park neighborhood of L.A.
On Monday, Moore shared a black-and-white picture of herself beaming while walking down the aisle with Goldsmith.
According to E! News, who was first to report about the nuptials, celebrity guests included Minka Kelly, Wilmer Valderrama, Milo Ventimiglia, Chrissy Metz and Sterling K. Brown.
On Monday, the actress' makeup artist, Jenn Streicher, Instagrammed a group photo with Moore looking stunning in a pink tiered Rodarte dress and wearing a veil. She also tagged both Moore and Goldsmith, but later deleted the post.
"Yesterday was pretty magical," Streicher wrote. "I laughed, I cried and I danced real hard."
Ashley Streicher, who does Moore's hair, also posted an Instagram story of plenty of flowers and what appears to be the romantic setting on Sunday.
On Monday, Moore also Instagrammed that her beloved cat Madeline died. She noted that the weekend "was a roller coaster of emotions in every way."
"Sometimes life doesn’t consider that you have big plans underway," she wrote. "Sometimes the earth just falls right out beneath you. We lost our sweet Madeline very suddenly on Saturday evening and my heart is so utterly broken. She had an enlarged heart (it had to be true because there wasn’t a sweeter, more affectionate cat in all the land), blood clots formed and sent her into heart failure. Completely out of the blue. We’re still in shock and processing the pain and grief of this loss and but holding her in my arms, making sure she knew she was safe and loved as she took her last breaths will stay with me for the rest of my life."
Moore and 33-year-old Goldsmith got engaged last September after dating for two years. Moore was previously married to musician Ryan Adams, though they split in 2015 after almost six years of marriage. This is Goldsmith's first marriage.
"We want to have a friend officiate," she said. "So, feeling that connection with our friends, and our friend group, and having them feel a part of it. I think I want to maybe do it at our home, like, do it very privately."
"And other than that, maybe have music!" she continued. "I want music to have an important thread throughout. Find a way to incorporate Taylor, or some of our musician friends, or something. So, make it feel very much like us. A slightly more elevated house party, nothing fancy."