The Sports Illustrated stunner and fiancé Adi Ezra exchanged vows in front of 300 family members and friends on Thursday at the Carmel Forest Spa Resort in Haifa, Israel, according to multiple reports.
Refaeli, 30, is said to have walked down the aisle in a bridal gown by Chloé as famous Israeli singer Shlomi Shabbat performed his song "The Beginning of the World," Israeli news site Walla! reports.
The site also noted that distinguished Rabbi Yitzchak Dovid Grossman married the couple, who got engaged in March, during the rustic outdoor ceremony that reportedly cost $330,000.
E! reports that the reception was decorated with purple spotlights and icicle lights inside a giant tent, where the bride arrived in a second Chloé dress.
The bride, who once dated Leonardo DiCaprio, confirmed the news herself the day before writing on Instagram: "This time tomorrow... I'll be dancing in white."
Leading up to her big day, Refaeli vacationed to the Maldives for her bachelorette party with gal pals.
Also during her pre-wedding planning, there was some drama. The Guardian reported there were some arguments regarding privacy and security as Israeli aviation officials denied the couple's request to close the airspace above their wedding venue.
However, Transportation Minister Yisrael Katz sent an ultimatum to the authorities demanding to remove all limitations or risk losing their jobs. Ultimately, only authorized aircraft were given access though a hot air balloon, helicopter and drones were detected.