There’s a bright golden haze on Meadow.
Actress Jamie-Lynn Sigler, 22, who plays Mob daughter Meadow on “The Sopranos,” married her manager, A.J. Discala, 32, at the Brooklyn Botanical Garden in New York early Friday night in a ceremony that the New York Post described as romantic and professional — in that many “Soprano” costars were also there.
Among the guests, according to the paper: James Gandolfini (who plays Meadow’s father), Edie Falco (her onscreen mother), costars Aida Turturro, Annabella Sciorra, Lorraine Bracco and Robert Iler (her TV brother).
“I don’t like anyone for Jamie,” Iler, 18, told the Post when asked his opinion of the groom. “But when I got to know him I realized he was a good guy.”
Decorations reportedly included dozens of bouquets of roses, palm trees and white balloons, and the bride, a native of Jericho, N.Y., wore a strapless ivory Vera Wang dress, a veil and a six-foot train, guests told the Post.
Entertainment after the ceremony — which was moved inside once an unexpected rainstorm drenched the area — was reportedly provided by Carly Simon, 58, who is actually more of an alto than a soprano.
Simon’s standards at the reception included “Moon River,” “My Romance” and her own 1977 James Bond theme, “Nobody Does It Better” (from “The Spy Who Loved Me”).
Sigler, who has said that she will take Discala’s name, began dating him about two years ago. They announced their engagement in PEOPLE last year.