Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood has another reason to celebrate this holiday: his new marriage.
The 65-year-old rocker tied the knot to producer Sally Humphreys, 34, on Friday.
The wedding was a low-key, private affair held in the eighth floor penthouse of London's Dorchester Hotel. Paul McCartney and Rod Stewart served as Wood's two best men.
The rocker married in style, wearing a handcrafted navy suit, while the bride donned her mother's wedding dress. The gown was originally crafted more than 40 years ago, and was re-tailored by Tommy Hilfiger for the occasion.
A source close to Wood tells CNN that 45 guests, including family and friends, gathered for the ceremony. Wood's three children from previous relationships were also in attendance.
The couple shared their first kiss as man and wife outside the hotel. They first announced their engagement in October.
This is the third marriage for Wood, who just played shows with the Rolling Stones in the United States as part of their "50 and Counting" tour.