James Corden married his fiancee at a star-studded ceremony in Somerset, England on Saturday.
The Gavin and Stacey funnyman exchanged vows with Julia Carey, the mother of his son Max, at luxury venue Babington House in front of guests including Doctor Who star Matt Smith, comedian David Walliams and Australian singer Natalie Imbruglia.
Incredible night last night! Thanks to (James Corden) and (Julia Carey) now Corden for having us! Had such a laugh!
The couple arrived at the wedding by helicopter after attending the wedding of TV presenter Dermot O'Leary in Kent, England on Friday, and after the nuptials, they were serenaded by Snow Patrol frontman Gary Lightbody.
Hip-hop group Rizzle Kicks also performed, but the highlight of the reception came when Corden's best man Ben Winston played a spoof video tribute which mocked Corden's days in a boyband called Insatiable.
The video reunited the original members of the defunct group and also featured Sir Paul McCartney, One Direction, Snow Patrol and Take That stars Gary Barlow and Robbie Williams, who all recorded a line from a song Corden penned as a youngster, according to Britain's The Sun newspaper.
After the ceremony, Niall Horan of One Direction took to Twitter.com to thank the couple for their hospitality, writing, "Incredible night last night! Thanks to (James Corden) and (Julia Carey) now Corden for having us! Had such a laugh!"
Corden and Carey, who were introduced by the comic's former roommate, actor Dominic Cooper, became engaged in 2010.