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Jamie-Lynn Sigler weds

Published 17/01/2016

Jamie-Lynn Sigler and Cutter Dykstra
Jamie-Lynn Sigler and Cutter Dykstra

The Sopranos actress Jamie-Lynn singer has tied the knot with Cutter Dykstra.

Actress Jamie-Lynn Sigler is a married woman again after exchanging vows with baseball star Cutter Dykstra in Palm Springs, California.

The Sopranos star and Dykstra wed in front of about 150 guests at the Parker Palm Springs hotel on Saturday (16Jan16).

The bride, 34, wore an Oscar de la Renta gown as she and her new husband tied the knot on the desert resort's Croquet Lawn. Singer and TV and radio personality Lance Bass officiated the ceremony, which featured the couple's two-year-old son, Beau, pet dog, Bean, and the groom's niece.

"I just wanted it to feel like a wonderland with candlelight," the bride told People.com shortly before her father walked her down the aisle. "And our son gets to stay up late and eat as much cake and candy as he wants. I think it's so cool that I have that memory with him."

The wedding party and the guests, which included actresses Lea Michele and JoAnna Garcia Swisher, dined on sea bass and New York Strip steak.

Swisher, who played matchmaker for the couple, told People.com, "I am completely overwhelmed with emotion. Cutter and Jamie are one of the most incredible couples I know. Watching them make this commitment in front of so much love and their perfect son, Beau, is just the most amazing thing."

Sigler was previously married to actor A.J. Discala from 2003 to 2006.

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