Natasha Bedingfield Weds Fiance In Outdoor Ceremony

Singer says the wedding was 'everything we'd hoped it would be.'

[artist id="1796764"]Natasha Bedingfield[/artist] married her beau, California businessman Matthew Robinson, this weekend in California, reports.

Bedingfield, whose songs include "Unwritten," the theme song for MTV reality show "The Hills," married Robinson in an outdoor ceremony at the Church Estates Vineyards in Malibu, California, on Saturday. The wedding was attended by 150 guests, and the bride wore a white, strapless Vera Wang gown. The 30-minute ceremony took place around 5:30 p.m. at the vineyard's château overlooking the ocean. There were four bridesmaids and one flower girl, and Bedingfield walked down an aisle strewn with rose petals to Mendelssohn's "Wedding March."

The singer told that the big day was "everything we'd hoped it would be. It was simple, beautiful and natural," she said. "Free from trappings or formalities, it was more about expressing our love for one another in front of those we hold dearest to us than anything else."

She added, "We are now very much looking forward to spending the rest of our lives together. Love is hard to find, so when you do find it, hang on to it!"

When Bedingfield announced her engagement back in September 2008, she told People, "I'm the luckiest girl in the world," adding in a subsequent interview, "My fiancé Matt is hotter to me than David Beckham! He is honest, funny, charming and hot."

She also offered advice to other couples about the inner workings of a relationship: "In reality, relationships have ups and downs. If someone is worth enough to you, then you both fight to stay true through the tough times."

Bedingfield also shared what she thinks is the key to any great relationship. "Advice to guys: Keep the romance alive. Simple things like giving flowers or remembering special dates may sound cheesy but they do work," she said, adding, "Romance is female Viagra!"