The couple, who were engaged in July 2008 in Paris, tied the knot in a non-denominational ceremony in the historic hotel’s terrace room in front of 180 guests – including groomsmen Seth Rogen and Jay Baruchel – as well as Krumholtz’s Numb3rs costars Rob Morrow, Judd Hirsch and Peter MacNicol.
"They wanted a classic Manhattan wedding," says wedding planner Michelle Rago, who designed a Midsummer Night's Dream-inspired celebration for the couple featuring pale pink and blue spring flowers, branches, butterflies and hundreds of candles.
The bride wore a wedding gown by Rivini as she walked down an aisle decorated with 7-foot tall candelabras, garden roses and vines. After the 30 minute ceremony, the newlyweds and their guests enjoyed cocktails on a terrace before entering the hotel’s grand ballroom for the reception.
After a three-course dinner, the 14-member big band Jimmy Vali kept the newlyweds and their guests on the dance floor until after midnight.
"They're a perfect compliment to each other," says Rago of Krumholtz and Britting. "You can tell they're old souls. They have incredible mutual respect and make all decisions as a couple. I predict they'll be married for ever and ever."