See David Arquette and Christina McLarty’s Wedding Portrait!

David Arquette wedding photo

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Well hello, Mr. and Mrs. Arquette! David Arquette and his brand-new wife Christina McLarty released an official wedding portrait from their Sunday nuptials, and the newlyweds couldn’t look any happier if they tried.

In the classic, black-and-white photo, entertainment reporter McLarty is cracking up at her actor husband. Maybe it’s because they look like the prototype of a perfect bride and groom? More likely, they’re thrilled to cement their four-year relationship with a gorgeous wedding.

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Clad in a strapless sweetheart wedding dress covered in intricate lace embroidery, McLarty is every bit the glamorous, romantic bride. She paired her gown with jeweled high-heeled sandals, cathedral-length veil, and simple, loose waves. It’s the ideal look for a Los Angeles bride with a flair for the ornate. Arquette has a huge grin of his own, which looks great with his dapper black suit and bow tie. We love his simple, sweet single-flower boutonniere.

More pictures from their wedding, which Arquette says was attended by “mostly family,” will be featured in an upcoming issue of In Style. Those family members included Coco, his daughter from his first marriage to Courteney Cox, Charlie West, the 11-month-old son he and McLarty share, and their two basset hounds. We can’t be the only ones who can’t wait to see photos of the dogs!

The couple’s sheer joy par for the course of their relationship. Just after they got engaged last July, McLarty gushed to Us Weekly about her now-husband. “He is the love of my life and I love him and my family so much. I feel like the luckiest girl in the world!”


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