The beautiful image showed David and Christina sharing a sweet embrace, and mirroring each other's joyful expressions.
Blushing bride Christina wore a strapless gown for her big day, which featured a guipure lace overlay and flowing train.
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Christina McLarty and David Arquette have been together for four years
The 33-year-old completed her look with a ribbon-edged veil and as shown in the photo, a pair of peep-toe embellished heels. David, 43, who is known for his quirky style, wore a navy tartan suit that featured olive green stripes.
The couple tied the knot in front of family and friends, including their 11-month-old son Charlie, and David's ten-year-old daughter Coco, from his previous marriage to Courteney Cox. The newlyweds were also joined on the day by their two basset hounds.
David and Christina, who have been together for four years, celebrated afterwards at Cicada, an art deco-themed Italian eatery in Los Angeles.
The newlyweds are parents to 11-month-old son Charlie
David popped the question at ocean-view restaurant Mastro's Steakhouse in Malibu, where the couple were enjoying some food with Coco and Charlie present. Around 45 minutes after the family were seated, he motioned for them to follow him outside, where he got down on one knee and, at sunset, presented Christina with a beautiful engagement ring, featuring a large blue centre stone.
Shortly after the proposal took place, entertainment journalist Christina spoke of her excitement at tying the knot. "He is the love of my life and I love him and my family so much," she told Us Weekly. "I feel like the luckiest girl in the world!"
David's ex-wife Courteney Cox and Johnny McDaid are also set to marry
David's ex-wife Courteney is also set to marry again. The former Friends star, 50, has been engaged to Snow Patrol rocker Johnny McDaid since June of last year.
Last summer Courteney sparked speculation that she would be saying "I do" in Johnny's native Northern Ireland when she was seen touching down in Derry and apparently scouting wedding venues.