We’re sorry for those who looked at Alyssa Milano as at a sort of a real life version of Mary in There’s Something About Mary. It’s true that you guys, had every reason to adore her as she has always been the perfect woman – the pretty girl next door who’s totally into sports and her family. However, she’s officially off the market now so there’s no chance for one of you to become her Prince Charming.
Milano married her own Prince Charming, boyfriend of three years and Hollywood agent, David Bugliari, in New Jersey on Saturday. According to People magazine, the couple were married in a traditional ceremony at his family’s estate in New Jersey on the weekend. The couple exchanged traditional vows under a wrought-iron gazebo decorated with willow, calla lilies and roses. Among the guests was actor Bradley Cooper, a friend of the groom.
“We wanted a wedding that was reflective of who we are as a couple” says Charmed star Milano, 36, who calls meeting her husband in 2006 “a lovely gift.”
“My Italian family still eats Sunday dinner together every week,” she told People.
“We wanted to capture the same feeling with people passing around beautiful bowls of food and talking and laughing.”
At the reception, Milano, who wore a custom gown by Vera Wang and holding a bouquet of lily of the valley flowers, walked down an aisle strewn with cream-colored rose petals and natural grass, walked down the aisle to John Lennon’s “Imagine,” and then tweeted, “Happiest. Day. Of. My. Life.” But while Milano wore a Vera Wang gown and had a custom-made engagement ring, the ceremony itself was rustic (and put together by celeb event planner Colin Cowie). Following the ceremony, wooden signs directed guests to the cocktail area, decorated with rattan furniture and hay bales serving as cocktail tables. The reception was family style, with everyone seated at farmhouse tables under a tent.
The newlyweds met in 2006 and got engaged in December, when Bugliari, an agent at the Creative Artists Agency, proposed to his Princess with a ring he designed and made by Jim Lavi at Daniel Jewelry in La Jolla, Calif.
This is Milano’s second marriage. She was briefly married to musician Cinjun Tate in 1999.