<p><span></span>Hollywood glamour met hipster cool at the Nov. 8 wedding of actress <strong>Marla Sokoloff</strong> and <strong>Alex Puro</strong>, drummer for the band Deadsy, and Life & Style has exclusive details.</p>
"Getting married tomorrow, holy crap," The Practice actress tweeted at 11:54 am on Nov. 7. By the next afternoon, however, her jitters had passed.
Looking stunning in a strapless Amsale dress with black Chanel shoes to match her sash, the bride carried a bouquet of black and white anemones as she arrived at LA restaurant Il Cielo.
Gili Rashal-Niv and Marla's childhood friend Jaime Lefler were the matrons of honor. "They both wore black," a guest tells Life & Style exclusively. "Alex had three best men, one of whom was Jake Paltrow, Gwyneth's younger brother."
After walking down the aisle to a song by Alex, who also is a film composer, the couple exchanged vows they wrote themselves.
Guests were treated to a three-course Italian meal in a room filled with flowers from local florist Mark's Garden. "The colors of the wedding were autumn colors -- deep reds and oranges," the guest adds.
"Their first dance as a married couple was a song that Marla herself recorded for Alex. It was a cover of her singing a Fleetwood Mac song."
The happy couple traveled to Tahiti for their honeymoon. Congratulations!
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