"Glee" actor Cheyenne Jackson tied the knot Saturday evening with his partner Jason Landau, People magazine reports.

"This means a new beginning for us," Jackson, who also starred on "30 Rock," told the publication. "It was love at first sight and this is just the culmination of that."

The couple held an interfaith ceremony as Landau is Jewish. The event was held outside at a friend's estate in Encino, Calif. About 200 guests attended the wedding, which included stars like Jane Lynch, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Leah Remini, and Alicia Silverstone.

Jackson reportedly wore a Calvin Klein tux while Landau, an entrepreneur, wore John Varvatos.

Jackson, 39, and Landau met last year while they were in rehab for alcohol addiction. They announced their engagement in February, saying they were made for one another.

"We've both been through a lot in our lives," said Jackson. "We got sober together. Now we sing and we dance together. It blows my mind."

After the ceremony, the couple and guests celebrated at the reception, which was a mix of nature and elegance, People notes.

"I'm from Idaho," Jackson said. "So I wanted everything to feel very woodsy."

Landau added: "There were branches of trees hovering over the tennis court we're on with over 100 mini chandeliers draping the entire party. It was gorgeous."

This is Jackson's second marriage. The actor divorced his first husband six months before announcing his engagement to Landau, the New York Daily News reports.