Mark Wahlberg and his longtime love, model Rhea Durham, tied the knot at 3:30 p.m. Saturday at the Good Shephard Catholic Church in Beverly Hills, Usmagazine.com has confirmed.
The bride wore a white, strapless dress Marchesa dress with silver embroidery around the bust and waist, as well as a Neil Lane diamond bracelet and earrings. She wore her hair down and wavy.
The ceremony was about 45 minutes; around 20 guests attended. After the ceremony, the happy couple came out of the back of the church.
Wahlberg, in a black Giorgio Armani suit with a lavender tie, held hands with daughter Ella. (She wore a white Alfred Angelo dress with embroidered flowers and carried a flower girl basket.) Flowers were pink and purple roses.
Wahlberg told Us last October that he had plans to wed. "Catholic church, small, family only, no media!" he said when asked about their plans. Laughing, he added, "And there will be no wedding pictures sold to any magazines!"
He has credited Durham and their children with helping him shake his former bad boy ways. "We continue to grow in our relationship," he told Us last July.
"I was not prepared to be married ... when I was 20 or 30," he said. "Committing to making it work and all the other things that go into building a solid foundation is where I'm at now."