Mandy Moore Was ‘Giddy,’ Tearful When Marrying Ryan Adams

'She was thrilled to be getting married,' Pastor Steve Schulte says.

[artist id="509052"]Mandy Moore[/artist] and [artist id="961043"]Ryan Adams[/artist] were [news id="1606777"]married Tuesday[/news] in a simple, casual wedding ceremony in Savannah, Georgia. The pastor who officiated the ceremony talked about it to People.com, describing Moore as “giddy.”

“She was thrilled to be getting married. She was giddy but not in a childish way. She was obviously so happy,” Pastor Steven Schulte told the site, adding that it was one of their reps who asked if he could officiate the last-minute wedding. “I thought it was either somebody famous or somebody really bad.”

On Tuesday afternoon, Moore — reportedly wearing a cream-colored, lacy, tea-length dress and flat sandals — and Adams — dressed in tight skinny jeans, a T-shirt with sport coat and sneakers — showed up to Whitefield Chapel at Bethesda Home for Boys with two other men. Schulte had no idea the couple were celebrities.

The couple kept the 8-minute ceremony low-key and exchanged silver bands from a local jeweler. Moore cried a bit as she took Adams as her husband. After the ceremony, Schulte congratulated the couple, who got engaged just a month earlier.

The couple then shared some romantic moments when it was all over. According to People, “Adams turned and took Moore’s face in both of his hands and gave her another kiss. They then walked to a little footbridge near the chapel where they hugged and kissed.”

“It was so romantic. It was awesome,” wedding planner Chad Baker said. “I just can’t stress how happy they seemed.”