Drew Barrymore and her art dealer fiance Will Kopelman married Saturday at the actress' Montecito, Calif., home.

Among the guests at the wedding were Jimmy Fallon and his wife Nancy Juvonen, Barrymore's "Charlie's Angels" co-star Cameron Diaz and actress Busy Philipps, People magazine reported.

Reese Witherspoon and her husband Jim Toth were also in attendance, according to E! Online.

Barrymore wore a Chanel gown -- not surprising as Kopelman's father is a former CEO of Chanel. Kopelman, 34, also wore a suit by the designer.

A rabbi officiated at the ceremony, which was "a classic, simple, very pretty, garden-inspired wedding," a source told People.

Friends told People that Barrymore is "ready for a quieter, more family-oriented life."

Despite not commenting publicly on her impending motherhood, Barrymore has been sporting an ever-growing baby bump in recent months.

Kopelman popped the question while the couple vacationed in Sun Valley, Idaho, in January.

The 37-year-old actress and Kopelman began dating last February.

Barrymore, who came to fame in 1982 as a child-star in "E.T.," has been married twice before.

Her first marriage to Welsh bar owner Jeremy Thomas lasted from March 20 to April 28, 1994.

She later wed comedian Tom Green on July 7, 2001, but the couple filed for divorce later that year.

Barrymore had also been romantically linked with The Strokes' drummer Fabrizio Moretti and actor Justin Long.