Drew Barrymore, who is pregnant with her first child, has married art dealer Will Kopelman at their California home.

A source told People.com the Jewish ceremony was "a classic, simple, very pretty, garden-inspired wedding," officiated by the Kopelman family's rabbi.

Among guests were Barrymore's Charlie's Angels co-star Cameron Diaz, TV host Jimmy Fallon and his wife Nancy Juvonen and actresses Busy Philipps and Reese Witherspoon, accompanied by her husband, Jim Toth.

The 37-year-old bride wore a Chanel gown for the nuptials, while her 34-year-old husband sported a suit by the same designer, where his father was formerly an executive.


A friend said Barrymore is happy to be settling down and is "ready for a quieter, more family-oriented life".

Another source told US Weekly magazine: "Drew has found a family that she wants to be a part of, for so long she had the fun friends and career success but always wanted to be part of a close family, like Will's".

The marriage is Barrymore's third, after she was wed to Welsh bar owner Jeremy Thomas between March and April 1994 and comedian Tom Green, who she married in July 2001, but filed for divorce from before the end of the year.

In February Barrymore said she was looking forward to becoming a part of Will's family.

"I am as in love with his family as I am with him. Which is an extraordinary sort of gift. You never take that for granted. It really is an absolute blessing. I feel very lucky. They're incredible people."