Paradis and Depp's two children, Lily-Rose and Jack, attended the ceremony just outside of Paris
Vanessa Paradis has a ring on it.
Johnny Depp’s former companion married film director Samuel Benchetrit in a discreet ceremony on Saturday afternoon.
According to the French newspaper Le Parisien, the couple married in a small schoolhouse town hall in Saint-Simeon, a commune located one hour west of Paris in north-central France.
The bride, 45, carried a bouquet of pink roses while wearing a lacy cream-colored gown with an embroidered veil. Her hair was styled down, with flowers among her tresses.
The couple became engaged last November, a source tells PEOPLE, after they worked together on the film Chien, which screened this May at the Cannes Film Festival.
Approximately two dozen guests were invited to the ceremony, according to eyewitness reports.
Since the couple went public last fall, several locations were thought to have been on the short-list for the ceremony this summer.
Saint-Simeon, a tiny country village of less than 900, was selected for its discretion as well as the attachment Paradis has for the village. She has a country estate nearby, and until his death last year, her father owned a small restaurant in the quiet country commune.
Paradis is a superstar in France, where she began her career as a 14-year old child pop star following the international success of her single “Joe le Taxi.”
She and Depp were a couple for 14 years until their 2011 breakup.
Depp, currently on tour across Europe with the Hollywood Vampires, is scheduled to perform Saturday evening in Klam, Austria.