'Grimm' star Claire Coffee married her longtime boyfriend Chris Thile in front of family and friends at a very small ceremony in the Smoky Mountains.
Claire Coffee has tied the knot to her rocker beau, Chris Thile.
Their ceremony was a small and intimate affair at the Blackberry Farm in the Smoky Mountains in Tennessee on Dec 23rd, according to People.
The pair finally exchanged vows after dating for two and a half years.
"[There were] 20 people in attendance TOTAL," Coffee told the mag. "Our immediate family and grandparents, plus Chris's best friend Rob Moose [of Bon Iver], who played Bach on violin for my walk down the aisle."
Merry Christmas, y'all. #BlackberryFarm #hitched," Coffee wrote on Instagram accompanied with a picture of her and Thile near a Christmas tree.
The 33 year-old posted another photo of herself walking towards the isle through which showed a picturesque view of a pond, trees and mountains in the far distance.
The blushing bride told Us Weekly the reasons for picking this location, "It's our favorite place to vacation and one of the best places on earth," Coffee said, describing it as "a gorgeous and rustic resort" in the Smoky Mountains.
"We wanted something intimate and earthy, with kick-ass food and wine, and it doesn't get much better than Blackberry where those things are concerned."
Coffee's sister was on hand to officiate the ceremony.
The pic also gave a glimpse of her wedding dress which she told People was a 76 year-old white lace vintage gown along with a white veil from the Xtabay Vintage Bridal Salon in Portland, Ore.
Earlier in the week to celebrate their marriage, Coffee posted on twitter, "Forcing @christhile to listen to the new Beyoncé album in its entirety because as his wife it is now legal for me to do so."
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