Actress Christina Ricci married her longtime boyfriend, James Heerdegen, in an intimate New York City ceremony over the weekend.
Ricci, known for her roles in films such as "Casper" and "Monster," wed Heerdegen in front of family and friends on Oct. 26 in Manhattan at the Harold Pratt House & Peterson Hall, a century-old mansion that serves as the Council on Foreign Relations headquarters, according to People magazine.
The 33-year-old actress wore a haute couture Givenchy white silk tulle gown with appliqués of Chantilly lace, satin piping and embroidered micro pearls, People magazine also reports. Ricci's white tulle veil also had matching Chantilly lace appliqués.
Ricci made her engagement to Heerdegen official in February 2013 after the two began dating for more than a year. The couple met on the set of the ABC series "Pan Am," where Ricci had a starring role and Heerdegen worked as a camera technician.