You can say a lot of things aboutAlec Baldwin
and now you can add another one to the list - married man.
The 30 Rock star and his now bride, Hilaria Thomas, said their "I do's" on Saturday at St. Patrick's Old Cathedral in New York after announcing their engagement just three months ago.
However, the New York Daily News reports that Baldwin did make one stop before the wedding - on the steps leading in to the church - to ask a tourist who was in town with her young daughter, “You don’t always believe everything you read in the tabloids, do you?” The woman was speechless.
According to People magazine, Hilaria - who'll now take Baldwin's name - wore a silk magnolia trumpet Amsale gown with cap sleeves and a keyhole back neckline accented with crystal buttons.
The bride, 28, paired her gorgeous gown with ”Gocce” white diamond drop earrings set in 18k white gold by jeweler de Grisogono that were reportedly flown in from Paris.
Amsale also dressed the mother-of-the-bride and Baldwin's daughter Ireland. Baldwin, 54, wore a tuxedo by Tom Ford.
Surrounded by white lilies and hydrangeas, the couple exchanged their vows in front of their families and friends in a ceremony which was conducted in English with readings in Spanish and performed by The Rev. George Deas.
The guests included Baldwin's brothers Stephen and Billy, their mother Carol, Woody Allen and wife Soon Yi, Tina Fey and husband Jeff Richmond, Robert Kennedy Jr., Mariska Hargitay and husband Peter Hermann and Saturday Night Live producer Lorne Michaels
Following the ceremony, three silver buses and a black Escalade departed to NYU's Kimmel Center where the reception was set to take place.
In the weeks leading up the the nuptials, Baldwin must have been a bit stressed out as he made headlines of his own by lashing out at not one but two photographers in New York.
Even Hilaria was feeling the pressure when she took to her Twitter on Tuesday, "Being a bride is stressful.... ayyyyyyy," she tweeted.
But as the week went on, the then bride-to-be seemed to be planning right up until the big day tweeting on Wednesday, "If I buy one bride magazine, which should it be?"
Congratulations to the happy couple.