Patrick J. Adams and Troian Bellisario Get Married in Bohemian California Wedding — See the Pics
The couple, who got engaged in February 2014 after three years of dating, tied the knot on Saturday in southern California, the couple said in a statement.
Guests spent the wedding weekend in glamorous camping tents that were set up at the wedding venue. The couple drove up to the venue with a group of family and friends in a chic converted school bus with the words “Almost Married” written on the back.
The wedding ceremony was set in an intimate area surrounded by trees. Candles marked the path for guests, who sat on vintage wooden theater chairs. The couple exchanged their vows in front of two old oak trees.
Guests included Suits star Sarah Rafferty, Pretty Little Liars showrunner I. Marlene King, Bellisario’s costars Lucy Hale, Ashley Benson, Sasha Pieterse and Adams’ friend Chris Pine. Adams actually drove his guests to the wedding venue “because he’s Patrick,” one guest wrote.
However, it appeared that the drive didn’t go 100% smoothly as a guest shared a shot of people trying to push the bus forward on a dirt patch.
On Saturday, ahead of the actual wedding date, the couple greeted guests with a “camp orientation,” according to one guest. Bellisario wore a white dress featuring a large back cutout and a black hat while Adams kept it casual in jeans, a plaid shirt and a vest.
The couple also entertained their guests with an outdoor bonfire, where Adams’ friend Brendan Patrick Hines performed Bright Eyes’ “First Day of My Life” on an acoustic guitar.
Adams also performed, serenading his bride-to-be (and the crowd) on a guitar.
Bellisario joined her groom-to-be onstage as well to sing and give him a big kiss.
Leading up to the wedding, the pair were often separated due to their busy schedules — Bellisario filming Pretty Little Liars in Los Angles and Adams shooting Suits in Toronto.
“It’s constant coordinating,” Bellisario, 31, told PEOPLE in 2014. “It’s really hard to be away from the person you love, especially when they’re your rock and support system.”
“It’s a challenge but it’s kind of perfect because we’re such analytic, hyper intelligent people that sometimes just to be in each other’s faces all the time might have been too much for us,” she added. “We’re really growing!”
The actors, who kept fans guessing of when the big day was going to be, were adamant about keeping the wedding details on the down-low.
“We’re going to make sure that everyone finds out about that long after it happens,” the Suits actor, previously told Entertainment Tonight of the nuptials. “That’s kind of our game plan … but obviously we’re both incredibly excited.”
He added: “Once it does, we’ll make sure that the world knows.”