Alec Baldwin wed yoga instructor Hilaria Thomas today at downtown Manhattan's St. Patrick's Old Cathedral.
"Hilaria Thomas and Alec Baldwin were married this evening at St. Patrick's Old Cathedral in New York City, sharing the occasion with family and friends inside the Cathedral, and Alec warmly receiving congratulations from well-wishing fans on his way into the service," Matthew Hiltzik, (@hiltzikstrat) a friend of the couple, said in a statement released this evening.
Thomas wore a silk magnolia trumpet Amsale gown with cap sleeves and a keyhole back neckline accented with crystal buttons, and her mother and Baldwin's daughter from his marriage to Kim Basinger, Ireland Baldwin, also wore Amsale.
Hilaria's mother wore a navy jersey sheath gown with a cowl neckline and Ireland Baldwin wore a slate silk chiffon gown with a strapless neckline and a lightly pleated bodice.
The New York Post reported earlier this week that because the happy couple is wary of paparazzi - Baldwin scuffled with a New York Daily News photographer last week - they had yet to tell guests where the reception would take place.
But a source close to Baldwin told ABCNews.com that's nonsense.
"Everyone knows where to go," the source said, adding that while Baldwin and Thomas didn't send out traditional wedding invites, "the idea that they are not telling people" details "is just not true."
If the couple is planning a honeymoon, it may have to wait. Thomas is scheduled to be back at her yoga studio on July 2, and Baldwin is set to host documentary film festival on July 6 in East Hampton.
This is the first wedding for Thomas, 28, and the second for Baldwin, 54. He was divorced from Basinger in 2002.