Nicholas Gonzalez has tied the knot!
The Flash star married actress Kelsey Crane on Saturday in front of over 200 guests – including How to Get Away with Murder‘s Charlie Weber – at Los Angeles’ Fig & Olive restaurant, PEOPLE can confirm.
“It has that Italian flair that’s a big part of our love,” Gonzalez, 40, tells PEOPLE exclusively of their wedding venue (the couple got engaged in Capri, Italy in 2015). “It was the perfect spot.”
For the occasion – planned by Sterling Social – Crane, 33, wore an ethereal gown by Liz Martinez and Gonzalez wore a classic black tuxedo by John Varvatos.
Guests arrived to the venue’s outdoor Provence Courtyard to tray-passed Limoncello shots.
During the ceremony, Crane carried a bouquet of wild greenery and soft white blooms, and walked down an aisle layered with woven rugs and lined with potted herbs. The couple exchanged vows underneath a wood chandelier adorned with fresh lemons and soft greens.
The reception took place inside the restaurant, which had been transformed into an Italian villa with various linen furnishings, iron and marble accents, and soft collections of florals with glowing candlelight.
Gonzalez and Crane had their first dance to Angus & Julia Stone’s version of “You’re the One that I Want.” Following the dance, the couple opted to forgo a sit-down dinner to achieve a more lounge-style feel for the evening.
“We knew we didn’t want a big sit-down,” says Gonzalez. “We wanted it to be a great party, where people would mix and get to know each other. We just have such fun friends and family.”
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Another priority for Gonzalez was having “really good food.”
This included several Mediterranean-inspired serving stations offering lamb chops, paella, filet mignon, charcuterie boards and more. Signature cocktails were also served, including the Provence Margarita and the Piscine Sparkling Cocktail.
Dessert included a “naked” vanilla cake with white buttercream frosting from Magnolia Bakery.
“Live music components were another element we were certain on because we have a lot of friends and family that are really talented,” says Gonzalez.
The reception featured live musical acts, including performances from friends and family of the bride and groom. It also featured a surprise performance by a mariachi band, a nod to Gonzalez’s family traditions.
Gonzalez is now looking forward to having kids with his new wife.
“It’s all about building a family,” he says. “We’re ready and excited!”