The Bobby star wears custom Missoni dresses at her nuptials to David Pope
Joy Bryant wed her stuntman fiancé David Pope in beachside ceremony at a private residence in Amagansett, N.Y. on Saturday, PEOPLE has confirmed.
The actress and former model, 31, wore a custom dress designed by her friend Angela Missoni at the ceremony, which was attended by about 100 guests. Afterwards, Bryant changed into a floral Missoni dress.
The groom, 37, sported a grey Calvin Klein Collection suit.
The happy couple first met on the set of Bryant’s film Welcome Home, Roscoe Jenkins, on which Pope worked as a stuntman.
Some wedding guests received e-mail invitations to the ceremony with a simple (and fashion-related) request: “Ladies, leave your Manolos at home.”
Shortly after the ceremony, Bryant is expected to report back to work on her show Virtuality, a sci-fi pilot for FOX.
Women’s Wear Daily first reported details of the couple’s wedding plans.