Milla Jovovich and director love exchange vows in sunset ceremony at home

by With a guest list of just 50, only their nearest and dearest were on hand to witness Hollywood actress Milla Jovovich and director Paul W S Anderson set the seal on their seven-year love story.

For their intimate nuptials in the back garden of their Los Angeles home, the bride wore a floaty Sixties-inspired Grecian dress she designed herself.

Red and white flowers adorned her hair, which had been styled into long, loose curls and she completed the romantic hippy look with a short veil.

Meanwhile, Ever Gabo, the couple's 20-month-daughter, acted as flower girl.

Her parents exchanged classic gold wedding bands designed by jeweller to the stars Neil Lane. "They're a super duper couple," he told People magazine. "They clearly adore each other."

Guests including Grey's Anatomy star Patrick Dempsey were treated to Latin-themed reception. A Spanish flamenco guitarist and vocalist sang as invitees sipped drinks, while a Cuban band played after the ceremony.

The pair have been dating since meeting on the set of sci-fi horror film Resident Evil in 2002.

Earlier this year Milla spoke to a British magazine about what Paul means to her.

"My dad was a playboy, so I've made sure I stay away from bad boys," she explained. 

"In the end I went for the man who would take care of me and my family. Paul is an incredible dad to our daughter, Ever; he's not crazy or wild. What could be better?

"I have a talented, handsome, successful husband who adores me."

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