Congratulations are in order for David Arquette and Christina McLarty! The couple of four years got married in an intimate ceremony in Los Angeles on Sunday after a ten-month engagement.
In Style reports that the duo tied the knot with "family and friends" in attendance, including their 11-month-old son, Charlie West, their two basset hounds, and Coco, Arquette's daughter from his first marriage to Courteney Cox.
Though they haven't released any other details about their nuptials, but we can only hope that the whole event went off a little more smoothly than Arquette's proposal at an oceanfront restaurant in Malibu, which he needed two takes to get right.
His first try, which was in public, wasn't to the new Mrs. Arquette's liking. "I take her outside...and then I ask her, and she's like, 'No, what are you doing? There are so many people watching!'" the actor told Aspen Peak magazine of proposing to his entertainment reporter wife. "I had a do-over, and it worked."
McLarty didn't mind the second time around. "He is the love of my life and I love him and my family so much," she told Us Weekly soon after. "I feel like the luckiest girl in the world!"
Arquette seems to love creating his own version of a modern family — not only was Coco present at his wedding, she also witnessed his proposal to McLarty. And we're sure his ten-year-old daughter will soon take part in another happy celebration, seeing as Cox is set to marry her fiancé Johnny McDaid sometime later this year.