Sorry guys, but Elisha Cuthbert is officially off the market.
The Happy Endings actress tied the knot with her hockey star beau Dion Phaneuf earlier today, according to the Journal Pioneer.
Cuthbert, a Canadian native, and the Toronto Maple Leafs captain got married on a hill at the St. James Catholic Church in Summerfield, Prince Edward Island, with a reception schedulded for nearly 300 guests following the ceremony at Phaneuf's home.
Toronto Star reporter Rosie DiManno live-tweeted the nuptials from inside the church (which was decorated with maple leaves). Bridesmaids wore pale pink fishtail gowns, DiManno wrote, and the bride was chauffeured in a black Chevrolet Camaro convertible.
"It's a big wedding, probably the biggest I've ever done in my 46 years, as far as the celebrity part of it goes," said Rev. Paul Egan to the National Post.
Rev. Egan also noted that this was the first time he has ever conducted a wedding with a private security detail on the church grounds. "I said, 'I hope the paparazzi won't be peeking in,' and [Ms. Cuthbert] said, 'Well, that's why we have security.'"
The couple began dating five years ago.
Phaneuf popped the question last September and announced their engagement to 35 friends and family during a lobster dinner at New Glasgow Lobster.
Erin Forest, dining room supervisor at the restaurant, told E! News that Cuthbert and Phaneuf "had a reservation for Sunday evening for their family. They dine with us quite often for the summers. She must have been engaged over the weekend. It was the first opportunity for the family to find out that news. They kind of announced it to the family at the dinner here...They were all having a good time."
Congratulations to the newlyweds!