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Nikki Reed and Paul McDonald Have Officially Tied the Knot

October 17, 2011 (2:49 am) GMT
Having exchanged wedding vows in front of 100 guests in Malibu, California, the 'Twilight Saga' actress and the 'American Idol' alum say, 'We're so glad this day has come!'
Nikki Reed, Paul McDonald

and Paul McDonald are officially a married couple. A representative for the Rosalie Hale in the " Saga" series confirmed to Us Weekly that the actress has tied the knot with the season 10 contestant of "" at a private ranch in Malibu, California on Sunday, October 16.

Nikki's rep also noted that the 23-year-old actress and her 27-year-old singer fiance said their "I do's" in front of 100 family and friends. Speaking of the union, the happy couple themselves gushed, "We couldn't be happier!" The pair added, "[We were] surrounded by our family and friends. We're so glad this day has come!"

E! Online reported that "" actress served as Nikki's maid of honor. It was also said that Paul, along with his band The Grand Magnolias, treated the guests, which included his fellow "Idol" alum Stefano Langone, with surprise performances.

Nikki and Paul first met at the premiere of "Little Red Riding Hood" in March. The pair announced their engagement in June. Of Paul, Nikki previously said, "I've never met anyone like him. I've never met anyone who has such a good solid heart and comes from such a good solid family and is just a genuine person."

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