Reese Witherspoon Weds Agent Beau

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    Jim Toth (L) and Reese Witherspoon attend a game between the Detroit Pistons and the Los Angeles Lakers at Staples Center on January 4, 2011 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Noel Vasquez/Getty Images)

    Reese Witherspoon traded the red carpet for the aisle on Saturday night, marrying her Hollywood agent boyfriend Jim Toth, Us Weekly reported.

    The two traded vows in a private ceremony on Witherspoon's 7-acre ranch in Ojai, Calif., People.com reported. The couple invited around 100 guests, including Renee Zellweger, Tobey Maguire, Salma Hayek, Matthew McConaughey and Alyssa Milano, E! News said.

    Toth, 40, and Witherspoon's children -- Ava, 11, and Deacon, 7, from her previous marriage with actor Ryan Phillippe -- processed to the altar to "The Tennessee Waltz." Ever the lady, Witherspoon, 35, walked to "Here Comes the Bride," US Magazine reported. The bride wore a custom-designed Monique Lhuillier gown.

    A reverend from an Episcopal church where Witherspoon and Toth have been attending weekly services officiated the 20-minute ceremony.

    After seven years of marriage, Witherspoon and Phillippe divorced in 2007. Witherspoon spent three years with "Spider-Man" star Jake Gyllenhaal and then began dating Toth, who had never been married, Us Magazine reported.

    Tall, hunky Toth hails from a former steel town in western Pennsylvania. He studied political science at Loyola Marymount University, and started out in the mailroom at Creative Artists Agency, where he's gone on to work with Robert Downey Jr. and Tobey Maguire, People.com reported.

    Witherspoon first flashed her 4-carat, $250,000 engagement ring at an L.A. Lakers game in January.

    Talking with "Glamour" in December, the Oscar winner called Toth a great match for her.

    "It’s very comfortable to be with somebody who understands my career, but doesn’t do what I do. He’s a great guy. He’s wonderful," she said.

    Selected readings: People, Us Weekly, E! Online