Leonardo Dicaprio's ex wed in a traditional Jewish ceremony, conducted by Rabbi Yitzchak Dovid, in front of more than 300 friends and family members at the Carmel Forest Spa Resort near Haifa.

The bride, 30, wore a gown made by fashion house Chloe and walked down the aisle to the sounds of Israeli singer Shlomi Shabbat, who performed his song The Beginning of the World.

A source tells E! News, "The ceremony was so magical, filled with close friends and family and a few notable names and models. The location was stunning. Bar couldn't be happier!"

The wedding took place days after the model and her then-groom-to-be had a request to close the airspace over the venue overturned.

Refaeli and Ezra had initially been granted the no-fly zone by local aviation officials last week (ends18Sep15), but the decision was later overruled by Israeli transport minister, Yisrael Katz, following widespread criticism.

Katz told Israel's Civil Aviation Authority bosses, "The skies belong to the entire public and exclusivity cannot be granted for commercial reasons for high-profile people."

And, addressing the head of the CAA directly, he raged, "If the skies above Bar Refaeli's wedding won't be open, you will be removed from your post."

The couple was unsuccessful in appealing Katz's ruling and the air space remained open during the nuptials.

Reports suggest a helicopter, a hot air balloon and several drones were spotted in the skies above the resort during the celebrations as local paparazzi went to extremes to capture images from the outdoor ceremony.

It's Refaeli's second marriage. She was previously wed to Arik Weinstein.