The 33-year-old dancer, who became the American Ballet Theater's first female African-American principal last year (15), tied the knot with her attorney fiance Evans in a "small and intimate" ceremony overlooking the ocean at the Montage Hotel in Laguna Beach, California, according to E! News.

She reportedly looked like an "ethereal goddess" in a Inbal Dror gown and Christian Louboutin shoes as she exchanged vows with her partner of 10 years in front of around 100 guests, according to an insider.

Copeland had previously told the website she wanted to keep her wedding simple because she gets to wear glamorous gowns for work.

"I get to become a fairy princess on stage and wear incredible costumes and gowns to galas," she said. "So, for me, I just want to have a simple, as easy-going day as I can have and just not have it be a big show. I just want it to be simple and classy and not feel like I'm in a tutu."

The couple were introduced by Evans' cousin, actor Taye Diggs, around 2004. Copeland revealed they were engaged during a 2015 interview with Essence magazine.