Jamie-Lynn Sigler is married! The actress wed Cutter Dykstra in an intimate desert ceremony with celebrity pal Lance Bass officiating the laid back wedding.
Sigler wed her baseball player husband in a desert chic wedding that took place outside at the Parker Palm Springs hotel, in Palm Springs, California. The couple became husband and wife in front of 150 guests, including their 2-year-old son, Beau, who took part in the ceremony as well.
People is reporting that Beau walked down the aisle ahead of his mom carrying a homeplate that read: "Here Comes My Mommy." The couple's dog Ben also got to take part in the festivities by walking down the aisle with the groom's niece. It was certainly a family affair!
The actress is rumored to have worn an Oscar de la Renta wedding dress and to have planned the entire event herself along with her best friend.
A photo posted by @jamielynnsigler on Jan 5, 2016 at 5:12pm PST
Bass officiated the ceremony of his longtime friends. He let fans know via Instagram that he was officiating his first wedding ceremony this weekend but did not give any indication of the name of the couple he would be marrying. The post read "I'm officiating my first wedding this weekend!! Do I go with space socks or sloth socks??!!"
Other celebrity guests in attendance included JoAnna Garcia Swisher, her husband Nick Swisher and Lea Michele.
After three years of being engaged, Sigler and Dykstra have gotten married. The former Sopranos star gave a hint that the two might be making it official soon when she posted a picture of them getting their marriage license on Instagram last week. Along with a black and white photo of the couple taking the oath in front of the clerk, was the caption "It's about time." Originally Beau's parents were going to get married in 2014 but due to their hectic schedule it was delayed.
This is the first marriage for Dykstra but the second marriage for Sigler, who was previously married to her manager AJ Discala for three years.
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