Wearing flowers in her hair and skipping for joy, Keira Knightley got married in a low-key in the south of France on Saturday.
The actress, 28, exchanged vows with James Righton, 29, in a low-key ceremony, with just 11 of her closest friends and family.
Mr and Mrs Righton, as they have now become, tied the knot at the town hall in Mazan, a small town around 12 miles from Marseilles.
Knightley, who is worth £30 million, could have have had her pick of cars to pick her up from the wedding and take her to the reception around three miles away.
But the actress chose a silver Renault Clio, which seemed befitting for her casual country-style wedding.
She looked low-key but elegant in a strapless white dress with a tuille skirt and pale pink pumps.
She wore a cropped Chanel jacket on top and her hair was left loose, with a daisy-chain style garland around her head.
The short ceremony took place just before 12 midday and guests gathered at the doors as the couple skipped out hand in hand.
Miss Knightley clutched a bouquet and allowed Mr Righton to lead her to the car.
The guests were also dressed casually. Mother of the bride, Sharman MacDonald, who is hosting a reception this afternoon, wore a blue and white silk dress while Mr Righton's father, Nicholas, and brother, Bill, dressed down in chinos.
'It was a very moving ceremony,' said an onlooker. 'Keira looked extremely moved by the whole thing - there were certainly tears of happiness.
'It was sunny day without a cloud in the sky. There were cheers of "Well done, Keira" when she came out, but there were so few people present so they didn't make much noise.
'It was amusing to see them being driven away in a battered old Renault Clio - it certainly looked as though it had seen better days.'
Some of the guests returned to the nearby Chateau de Mazan, where they are staying, to toast the happy couple with champagne.
Others headed straight to Ms Macdonald's £3 million house, about three miles outside of the medieval Provence town.
The eight-bedroom property, which is shielded by conifers, sits among 20 acres of vineyards and olive trees.
Neighbours include Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, who own a 17th century manor house nearby.
Later tonight Mr Righton's band, the Klaxons, will entertain guests at an after-party in a marquee in the garden.
It is thought that around 50 will attend, including Miss Knightley's former co-star, Hollywood actress Sienna Miller.
The couple have employed a catering team to serve the wedding dinner and 120 bottles of wine have been bought from local vineyard Chateau Minuty.
It is understood that they will throw a second party to celebrate their wedding when they return to Britain.
One guest told the Daily Mail: 'It's a beautiful location for the wedding. They're very, very lucky. It's just the perfect time of year for it as well, they couldn't have picked a better weekend weather-wise.'
The actress, 28, tied the knot with her fiancé of one year, James Righton, in an intimate ceremony at the town hall in Mazan, a small town around 12 miles from Marseilles, on Saturday.
'It was not a long service," says one witness. "and very few people ... The ceremony occurred just before noon and lasted only about 30 minutes. Keira looked beautiful. She wore a very pretty, very classic dress."
Knightley's choice for her big day? A strapless tulle dress that came to her knees and a classic Chanel jacket. She skipped into the church in small flats and her hair down.
Fifty to 100 guests were reportedly invited to the celebration, which were held close to the couple's vacation villa in in the picturesque hills near Avignon. A reception tent was spotted there on Friday, and the couple smooched in the airport when Righton arrived earlier in the week.
Knightley and the Klaxons keyboard player, 29, got engaged in May 2012, about a year after they were first spotted publicly together. They reportedly met after being introduced by fashion correspondent Alexa Chung.
Buzz has been that Knightley, the face of Chanel's Coco Mademoiselle fragrance, would wear a custom-made dress by Chanel's Karl Lagerfeld.
"We're not really big-wedding types," she told Marie Claire in March. "I could have six fake weddings. God, that would be expensive. I don't need to have all that."
• Reporting by PETER MIKELBANK
Before the wedding (May 3)