Adam DeVine and Chloe Bridges are officially husband and wife.
The two tied the knot in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, over the weekend, DeVine’s “Workaholics” co-star, Erik Griffin, confirmed via Instagram on Sunday.
“Dem Boyz! Devine is off the market! Such an awesome wedding!” the comedian captioned a pic with DeVine, 37, and fellow co-stars Anders Holm and Blake Anderson.
DeVine looked dapper in a black T-shirt, dress pants and white tennis shoes, which Anderson and Holm were also rocking. Griffin, meanwhile, sported a classy suit.
In addition to Griffin’s congratulatory posts, comedian Adam Ray also shared a photo to his Instagram Stories of himself preparing to officiate the nuptials.
Reps for DeVine and Bridges did not immediately return Page Six’s request for comment.
Prior to the wedding, Bridges, 29, teased a few of the gowns she tried on before saying “yes” to the dress.
“Were we crazy for trying to plan a wedding during a global pandemic?? Probably, yeah, cause many, many things went wrong including but not limited to us both getting breakthrough covid 😐,” she teased via Instagram six days ago.
“But we gave it our best shot and it’s almost here and it seems like it’s actually going to pan out!!” she continued. “Consider this dump of the wedding dresses I almost-chose-but-didn’t to be your warning that this is going to be a very wedding-heavy account for the next two weeks.”
Bridges and Devine – who first started dating in 2015 after meeting on the set of the film “The Final Girls” – announced they were engaged in October 2019.
“She said yes!” Devine gushed on Instagram at the time, alongside a photo of the couple on a boat. “Well actually she said ‘ahh Adam’ and then kissed me but I’m pretty sure that means YES!”
Bridges shared similar sentiments in her own post, writing, “I love this man with my whole heart and I am so excited to be with him forever.”
“I’ve known we had a special connection since we first met (well FIRST I liked the way his butt looked in his jeans and the way he made me laugh and the fact that his backpack was monogrammed which seemed VERY adult to me five years ago) and I quickly learned that he is the kindest, funniest, most incredible man I’ve ever met. I’m so proud to be his girl and will be even prouder to be his wife.”