The reigning Sexiest Man Alive is officially a married man.
Adam Levine wed Behati Prinsloo on Saturday in an all-star, laid-back affair in Los Cabos, Mexico.
The bride wore a Marechesa gown at the ceremony held in a tent at Flora Farms. 22 Jump Street star Jonah Hill officiated the nuptials, reported E! News.
The 250-plus guests, however, were encouraged to dress informally. Among those in attendance: Robert Downey Jr., Jonah Hill, and Jason Segel, as well as Prinsloo's fellow models Coca Rocha, Erin Heatherton and Candice Swanepoel. Stevie Nicks made a special appearance and serenaded the newlyweds.
Levine's Maroon 5 bandmates also joined in the festivities. The best man was keyboardist Jesse Carmichael.
Guitarist James Valentine told ABC News Radio this week that Levine wasn't worried about tying the knot.
"I think he's really excited," Valentine said. "I expected him to be more nervous. They're very amped up. They're very happy. It's going to be really fun."
Valentine continued: "I'm gonna be playing some solo acoustic guitar during the ceremony when people are walking [in]."
Instead of strumming "She Will Be Loved," the guitarist revealed he would play "nice little medley" of Beatles tunes.
Levine started the day with a Facebook post exclaiming, "Let's do this!"
The Voice coach proposed to the Victoria's Secret model in July 2013 shortly after rekindling their relationship. Levine, 35, first began dating Prinsloo, 25, in May 2012.
Pre-Prinsloo, the Maroon 5 frontman was vocal about how marriage might not be for him.
"Famous last words, 'I'll never get married,'" Levine joked during an appearance on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno last October. "I still don't necessarily think you have to get married unless you meet someone that makes you want to marry them. And then you marry them and it's wonderful."
When Levine knew Prinsloo was the one, he asked her dad for permission to propose. "It was extremely nerve-wracking," the singer revealed.
Those nerves didn't go away when he finally got down on one... well, two knees.
"It doesn’t matter how certain you think you are," he said on Live! With Kelly and Michael in June. "You still get down on that knee, and you get woozy, and you’re like, 'I'm doing this, oh my god.’ You can’t be confident about it. I’m a confident person, but I got on that knee and everything changed immediately. I lost my equilibrium. I had to get on the other one."
Once he was down on his other knee, the typically chatty Levine was at a loss for words, literally.
"I had nothing!" he exclaimed. "I usually have some charming thing to say. I remember one thing about it. I did say at one point, 'Both knees! Look I got on both knees!’ And it didn't sound charming at all." Whatever he did must have worked!
But before saying "I do," Levine and Prinsloo said goodbye to their single days in style.
The "Love Somebody" singer and a group of about 50 pals headed to Las Vegas on May 21 for his bachelor party. The group stayed in the Palms Casino Resort's Hardwood Suite, dined at N9NE Steakhouse, and spent time gambling in the Mint, the Palms's high-limit area.
"I think I've probably had enough bachelor parties for all of the bachelors in Southern California," Levine told People of his mellow shindig. "In my lifetime I've done it right."
As for Prinsloo, she and a slew of her model gal pals, including Candice Swanepoel and Heidi Verster, hit Miami the weekend of June 13 for a girls-only bachelorette bash.
Us Weekly reports that following Levine and Prinsloo's nuptials, the couple will head to the model's native South Africa to "celebrate with people who can't make the trip."