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Anna Camp and Skylar Astin wed

Published 11/09/2016

Skylar Astin, Anna Camp
Skylar Astin, Anna Camp

Rebel Wilson and Elizabeth Banks attended the nuptials of the Pitch Perfect co-stars.

Pitch Perfect co-stars Anna Camp and Skylar Astin are married.

The couple wed in an outdoor ceremony on the central California coast on Saturday (10Sep16), reports.

Anna and Skylar had a star-studded guest list for the nuptials, including fellow Pitch Perfect actress Brittany Snow serving as a bridesmaid.

Their co-star Rebel Wilson, and Elizabeth Banks, who directed the 2015 sequel to the musical movie, were also in attendance, with both women sharing snaps from the big day on social media.

Rebel posted pictures on Instagram, including one of Anna and Skylar smiling and embracing. She also created a photo montage on Twitter, with the caption, "Had the best time at Sky & Anna's wedding today. What a talented, beautiful couple x".

Elizabeth uploaded a selfie of her on the way to the Pitch Perfect wedding, exclaiming she was "pretty excited" to watch the couple wed.

Brittany shared a sweet shot of her with Anna and Skylar high-fiving on Instagram, and captioned the snap, "Awkward High Five because these two nerds/ amazing friends of mine are getting MARRIED today! I (love) you both so much."

Anna Kendrick, who played the love interest of 28-year-old Skylar in the Pitch Perfect movies, reportedly did not attend.

The 33-year-old bride wore a Reem Acra dress and Neil Lane jewellery, while the groom wore a custom-made Ermenegildo Zegna suit.

Anna and Skylar met while filming Pitch Perfect in 2012, and began dating the following year (13). They announced their engagement over the New Year (16).

The marriage is Anna's second - she was previously married to actor Michael Mosley from 2010 to 2013.

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