Actress Milla Jovovich married director Paul W.S. Anderson in an intimate outdoor ceremony at their home in Beverly Hills on Saturday, PEOPLE has confirmed.
The bride, 33, wore a '60's-style mini dress she designed herself as she walked down the aisle in the backyard of the couple's Spanish-style house, decorated with red and white floral arrangements.
The couple exchanged matching 18k Neil Lane classic gold wedding bands, to go with Jovovich's 19th century vintage gold engagement ring with colored pink, yellow and white diamonds.
Among the 50 guests in attendance was actor Patrick Dempsey and his wife Jillian. The couple's 20-month-old daughter Ever Gabo was also present.
"They're a super duper couple," says Lane of the newlyweds. "They clearly adore each other."
Before the ceremony, guests enjoyed a cocktail reception by the pool, where a Spanish guitarist and a female vocalist entertained with traditional Spanish music.
After the ceremony, there was a reception that included entertainment by Cuban musicians playing traditional Cuban drums. The wedding cake was a round, four-tiered white cake decorated with a ribbon.
Jovovich and Anderson, 44, first met in 2002, when he directed her in the box office hit "Resident Evil." They welcomed daughter Ever Gabo in November 2007.
"Having a child has completely changed the way I look at my life," Jovovich told PEOPLE earlier this year. "I don't worry about my career or what other people think about me. My main priority now is my child and my family."
As for what the future holds for the couple? "I definitely want more kids!" Jovovich said. "I grew up as an only child, so I've always wanted to have a big family. I don't know what the future will hold, but knock on wood, I hope it'll bring me a big family."
The actress can currently be seen opposite Steve Zahn and Timothy Olyphant in the thriller "A Perfect Getaway," which premiered on August 7. Anderson's latest film, which he wrote and directed, was 2008's "Death Race" starring Jason Stratham.