By Lanford Beard
Updated July 01, 2011 at 08:25 PM EDT

Though many thought she’d never settle down, Kate Moss has finally taken the plunge. After a four-month engagement, she has married her fiancé Jamie Hince, reports People.

The 37-year-old supermodel and her rocker beau were wed in a small ceremony near her home in England’s Cotswolds. The ceremony itself was held at St. Peter’s Church in Southrop. Moss, who wore a cream, vintage-style dress with rhinestone detail, invited 12 women to be her bridesmaids, though the most special of them was undoubtedly her her eight-year-old daughter Lila Grace.

Security for the after-party was extra-tight as police monitored the barricaded roads surrounding the Moss’s countryside home. This marriage is a turnabout for Moss, who was involved in a tumultuous relationship with rocker Pete Doherty before friend Sadie Frost introduced Moss to The Kills guitarist in 2007.

Still, it wouldn’t be a wedding for Kate Moss if there wasn’t a little bit of festivity. The party will continue through the weekend, for a days-long to-do that has been unofficially nicknamed “Mosstock.”