It's official! On Saturday, former “Pan Am” actress, Christina Ricci, and her longtime boyfriend, camera technician James Heerdegen said “I Do.” US Weekly confirmed that the intimate ceremony took place at on the 'Upper East Side' in Manhattan, NY.
The couple's guest list was comprised of close friends and family who gathered at the Harold Pratt House and Peterson Hall. The exclusive venue which was built as a mansion in 1919, is located on the corner of 58 East 68th Street and Park Avenue. The house was initially built for American oil industrialist Harold I. Pratt, before becoming the central location for the Council on Foreign Relations. Now, the historic landmark is used to accommodate social events.
The breath-taking bride was wore a Givenchy-designed haute couture wedding gown. According to People Magazine, the dress was adorned with white silk tulle, and an 'applique of Chantilly lace and satin piping, embroidered with micro pearls.' Her veil also matched the dress with an applique of Chantilly lace.
The two met on the set of the ABC television series, “Pan Am,” in 2011. Ricci starred on the showed, portraying the role of Margaret “Maggie” Ryan. Heerdegen worked behind the scenes on the set as a dolly grip for the show. While “Pan Am” only lasted a season, Ricci and Heerdegen gained far more, as they walked away from it together in 2012. The couple exclusively announced their engagement with US Weekly in February of 2012. Ricci talked briefly about her plans to wed and the man in her life. The gushing bride-to-be openly shared her sentiments of the man in her life, just as she probably felt on her wedding day. "I love so many things about [James]. He's my favorite person on Earth."
Image via Twitter | Christina Ricci