There's yet another reason to celebrate American Ballet Theatre principal dancer Misty Copeland—the author, documentary star, and ballet prodigy just got married!
Copeland and Olu Evans, who've been together for 10 years, tied the knot on Sunday at the Montage Hotel in Laguna Beach, says E! News.
The "small and intimate" wedding, which overlooked the ocean, had just 100 guests, E! News reports, and apparently Copeland looked like an "ethereal goddess."
Though photos have yet to surface, we do have details on the dress. Copeland's gown was by Inbal Dror, which she paired with a classic—Christian Louboutin shoes.
Aside from pink-and-white décor—namely, white and pink roses and pink hydrangeas—Copeland expressed a desire to keep the ballerina influence to a minimum. "It's interesting that I'm a ballerina, which is so girly and feminine and what every little girl dreams of," she shared in a previous interview. "So I feel like I get to become a fairy princess on stage and wear incredible costumes and gowns to galas. So, for me, I just want to have a simple, as easy-going day as I can have and just not have it be a big show. I just want it to be simple and classy and not feel like I'm in a tutu."