Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher got married over the weekend in California. Little is known about their wedding. The couple offered their guests luxury tents to stay in at the Secret Garden at Parrish Ranch in Oak Glen, according to a source.

The secluded venue, which was closed to the public, was appropriately dubbed “Camp KuKu,” the insider told Us Weekly. Kunis “was glowing and a stunning bride,” the eyewitness added. The “Ted” star welcomed daughter Wyatt with Kutcher, 37, in October 2014. Kutcher and Kunis met while playing love interests on Fox’s “That '70s Show,” which ran from 1998 to 2006.

The 31-year-old actress looked lovely in bridal couture. She wore a strapless tulle dress with crystal beading and a low-cut back. Her hair was pulled back in a bun. Kutcher, meanwhile, wore a dark tuxedo with a bow tie. He was seen carrying Wyatt around throughout the afternoon. The 9-month-old wore an “adorable” white dress.

This is not the first time Kunis wore a white gown. Just over four years ago, in 2011, Kunis was spotted on the set of Universal Pictures’ “Ted” in Boston. She played the character Lori Collins who modeled Monique Lhuillier’s “Amelie” gown to marry John Bennett played by Mark Wahlberg in the film. The mermaid-style gown featured Alençon-lace and came with a crystal-embedded sash.

Kunis was photographed in May 2012, wearing a very different kind of wedding dress while filming “Blood Ties” with Clive Owen in Brooklyn. The actress opted for a flattering but unfussy look for the 1970s-era crime thriller. Kunis wore an off-white bohemian-inspired creation, which she paired with an oversize flower worn in her hair and lace-up espadrilles.

Her most extravagant bridal look came with the release of “Jupiter Ascending” this year. Costume designer Kym Barrett designed Jupiter Jones’ eye-catching look in a Swarovski crystal-embellished nude illusion dress. The out-of-the-world wedding dress featured swirling embroidery and large red floral appliqués down the bodice and around the hemline. She created a silver crown with the same scarlet poppies and Swarovski embellishments. “I wait each season for the new set of trends, which inspire me and often plant the seed for a concept in my design process of a key costume element,” Barrett told the Swarovski Group.