Former New York Rangers player Sean Avery and model Hilary Rhoda tied the knot in a picturesque ceremony on Saturday, Oct. 10.
The couple wed in a romantic celebration at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill, N.Y.
The bride wore a stunning Carolina Herrera ivory column dress with an embroidered neckline and grosgrain detailing, and had her hair in a sleek updo.
Avery, 35, and Rhoda, 28, announced their engagement in November 2013 after dating on and off for three years.
The former bad boy of the NHL, who retired from hockey in 2012, was arrested just days before the couple's wedding. As Us Weekly previously reported, Avery was pulled over by Southampton, N.Y., police on Sept. 30 after they received reports that he was throwing objects at speeding cars.
Police then discovered that he was in possession of prescription painkillers, including oxycodone, and charged him with criminal possession of a controlled substance and criminal mischief. He was later released on $500 bail.
His lawyer told Us in a statement that Avery "has prescriptions for the medications that were the basis of this charge and look forward to addressing the charges in court." He is due to appear at Southampton Village Justice Court on Oct. 26.