Moore Opts for Less at Intimate Wedding
Lissome leading lady Julianne Moore, 42, tied the knot to her longtime boyfriend, writer-director Bart Freundlich, 33, in a small, intimate ceremony Saturday, the New York Post reports.
The pair, who met in 1996 on the set of Freundlich's "The Myth of Fingerprints," said their "I do's" at an undisclosed location and then celebrated until the wee hours at their West Village duplex, Moore's assistant Dan McCann tells the Post.
On hand for the festivities was a 36-person guest list that included Moore's pal Ellen Barkin (who lent Moore the long, sparkly earrings she wore for the occasion), Barkin's husband, Revlon honcho Ron Perelman, Billy Crudup and Peter Berg.
The bride, having apparently ditched traditional white for something a little less conventional, returned to her apartment wearing an elegant sleeveless lilac dress by Prada with Prada shoes. She carried their 1-year-old daughter, Liv, in her arms.
The groom wore a cream-colored suit and lilac tie that matched Moore's dress. He entered the apartment holding hands with the couple's son, Caleb, 5.
This is the second trip down the aisle for Moore. The star of "Boogie Nights" and "The Hours" was previously married to John Gould Rubin. The two divorced in 1995.