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Christina Aguilera has tied the knot, Access Hollywood has learned.
The “Dirrrty” diva said “I do” to boyfriend Jordan Bratman on Saturday evening at the Staglin Family Vineyard in northern California’s Napa Valley.
The couple said their vows in front of 130 guests, including actress Sharon Stone.
The couple arrived in Napa Valley on Wednesday to kick off wedding festivities. On Thursday, a welcome reception was held at a private and elegant Tuscan-style farmhouse in the middle of Napa. Upon arrival, guests were greeted with a weekend itinerary and gift baskets that the bride had especially prepared for them, reports OK! magazine.
At the rehearsal dinner on Friday night, guests filled a Japanese-inspired teahouse inside the Auberge Du Soleil resort, complete with sushi chefs and geisha girls flowin in from Los Angeles, according to OK!.
The Saturday evening wedding was held in a private vineyard, lent to the couple by family friends. A 14-piece orchestra provided the background music for the ceremony. To see Christina and Jordan’s very first wedding photo, click here!
Jordan’s brother Josh served as the best man, while Christina’s sister Rachel was her maid of honor.
Christina and Jordan have been dating for more than two years after meeting in 2002. They got engaged in Februrary 2005. Aguilera, 24, and Bratman, 28, were on vacation when he popped the question.
For the wedding, Christina wore a custom designed dress by Christian Lacroix, with her hair decorated in jewels and pulled back in a bun topped by white flowers.
Her bridesmaids donned outfits created by top designer Kai Milla, the wife of Stevie Wonder.
In lieu of presents, the couple asked that guests donate money to hurricane relief efforts.
Inside the hand-made, silk invitation box decorated with glitter, branches of pearl clusters and silk rose petals that were sent to friends and family invited to the wedding was a note from Christina and Jordan.
“While we celebrate the richness of life and all the circumstances that have blessed us in career and love, we are mindful of those who are suffering as the result of Hurricane Katrina and Rita. The best gift you could give us is a donation of financial aid to any of the organizations helping the stricken citizens of new Orleans, that city dear to every musician’s heart,” the note read, according to OK!.