On Saturday, Snow, 33, tied the knot with realtor boyfriend Tyler Stanaland, 30, in Malibu in front of their close friends and family.
Snow wore a long-sleeve Jonathan Simkhai gown for their special day, while Stanaland a black tuxedo, People magazine reports.
They exchanged custom Tacori rings.
A month before the wedding, Snow dished on their “low-key and not stuffy” ceremony. She told People magazine, “There's definitely going to be tacos and other food that we like, the vibe is very comfort food. Everyone should feel like they just picked this up when they were drunk one night and wanted fried mac and cheese or whatever.”
“Everybody should have the best time they've ever had at this wedding, that's what we're trying to make happen,” she emphasized.
The pair found out how similar they were through the wedding planning process. She explained, “What's been really fun for me is realizing we have so much more in common than I thought we did and every decision being like, 'Oh, you like this type of bowl, too? I didn't think that we would have the same taste in cutlery, but the vibe you're creating [at a wedding] is a symbol of your relationship.”
Along with prepping for the wedding, Snow has been busy promoting her new film "Hooking Up" on shows like "The IMDb Show."
Snow celebrated her final days of being a single girl with a bachelorette party in February, which was attended by Anna Kendrick, Anna Camp, and Chrissie Fit. Camp posted a pic, writing on Instagram, “She's getting married!!! And we love seeing the world through gold colored glasses 🤓 #snowonebutyou.”
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It looks like Brittany and Tyler had bachelor/bachelorette parties on the same weekend in Palm Springs. By the end of the night, it became a joint gathering, where both groups partied together.
A year ago, Tyler popped the question to Brittany after less than a year of dating. She announced the news on Instagram, writing, “I said 'YES' about a million times to the man of my wildest & most beautiful dreams. After celebrating with friends and family, we wanted to let a few more friends (you guys) know... this happened.”
Along with “pinching” herself, she added, “thanking my lucky stars for the truest feeling I've ever felt. Thank you@tylerstanaland for the happiest day of my life & for not proposing in this creepy empty restaurant.”
Tyler also shared photos of the ring, writing on Instagram, “I asked @brittanysnow one of the most important questions I may ever ask. Forever? Luckily she said yes and we've spent the last little while celebrating the old fashioned way, together and with close friends and family.”
Brittany and Tyler, who had mututal friends, met on Instagram. She told Us Weekly, “I think meeting him and falling in love and everything that's happened after have been the best moments of my life. Everything seems to, like, always fall into place after. I don't know, you just feel like your most true self, and I've never felt more like myself than with him.”
Despite his “lame pickup line,” they eventually met up for their first date at a Mexican restaurant. He shared with People magazine, “We got tacos after years of being infatuated with one another and forgot how to speak entirely. There was a certain amount of tequila consumed, and then we just started talking a lot. Then we fell in love and nothing's really changed, we're still eating tacos and margaritas together.”