and Camila Alves
were married Saturday evening in a private ceremony in Austin, Texas.
The couple tied the knot among close friends and family, including their two children, son Levi, who turns 4 next month, and daughter Vida, 2.
Preparations for the wedding began two weeks ago on McConaughey's nine-acre Old Oak Estate, with horseshoe pits, fire pits, washer pits and tether ball all installed for the "island beach meets Texas" orange and yellow themed ceremony.
Guests had a pre-wedding campout Friday night on McConaughey's property in dozens of two-person luxury tents decked out with air conditioning, patios and doormats.
Prior to the ceremony, a crew was seen setting up a giant white party tent and six or seven long wooden tables, and a delivery van was spotted dropping off fresh orchids.
Staff, including waiters in black pants and white shirts, and gaucho chefs in tapered black pants with blue shirts and red bandanas around their necks, began arriving at 5:50p.m., and waited in their cars until golf carts picked them up.
At the reception, the two dozen or so wedding guests dined on top and bottom steak, chicken wrapped in bacon, and pork sausages with cheese bread from Brazilian steakhouse Estancia Churrascaria.
Camila will be taking the groom's last name and will officially become Camila McConaughey, says a rep for the actor.