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Hosted by “90210” hottie Anna Lynne Mc Cord, the Crustacean catered cocktail shindig was held at a posh private residence in Los Angeles, with a guest list that included a long list of famous faces including Miss Mc Cord's CW co-stars Shenae Grimes and Jessica Stroup.Gathering together to celebrate the upcoming season of television, the stars of the CW, CBS and Showtime rocked the red carpet at the 2012 Summer TCA party on Sunday night (July 29).After over a year of planning and waiting, Matt Lanterand his fiance Angela Stacy officially tied the knot on Friday (June 14).According to a source who spoke with Us Weekly, the pair wed at the Calamigos Ranch in Malibu, CA "in a cottage pavilion under an archway of white hydrangeas and strands of crystals hanging from the trees."The cast of “90210” was on hand at Manhattan Beach Studios in California on Thursday night (September 27) to celebrate their show’s 100th episode.The happy couple then cut the cake, a huge red velvet and cream cheese frosting creation from Cake Studio LA.Matt proposed to Angela last summer with a stunning 4.2-carat diamond band.
Stepping out for an enchanted evening, some of Tinseltown’s biggest stars showed up for the Somaly Mam Foundation’s Life is Love Gala tonight (September 22).co-star Anna Lynne Mc Cord in West Hollywood, the actor admitted that he never realized how many “details go into a wedding” — such as the venue, floral arrangements and music. The actor looked dashing in a tailored charcoal suit by The Button Up and Angela looked beautiful in a custom gown by Lazaro. It was amazing to do this in front of our closest friends and family."Matt married Angela in front of 145 guests in a lavish ceremony deep in the woods of the exclusive Malibu resort.
The bride wore Badgley Mischka shoes and Neil Lane jewelry.
After the lavish ceremony planned by Nicole Hirsty of Cobalt Events, guests adjourned to a nearby tent decorated with thousands of flowers by Butterfly Floral & Events Design, and dined on steak and salmon.