The wedding took place at the couple’s mansion in Beverly Hills and was attended by close friends and relatives.
The bride is the daughter of famous Israeli pop singer and composer Tzvika Pick—who couldn’t attend the wedding due to medical issues—and songwriter Mirit Shem-Or—who also attended her daughter’s bachelorette party at the Peninsula Beverly Hills Hotel.
The couple decided to exchange vows under a Jewish chuppah in the presence of a Reform rabbi, with the "Pulp Fiction" director donning a kippah for the occasion.
Pick decided to endorse Israeli designer Dana Harel by wearing two of her dresses over the course of the night. Pick's headband was also designed for her by Israeli designer Keren Wolf.
After the ceremony, the guests made their way to Mr. Chow's in Beverly Hills for the reception.
A source who attended the event told E! News that the ceremony was so intimate that only 20 people were in attendance.
"Among the guests were actors Harvey Keitel and Tim Roth, as well as director Eli Roth … The newlyweds held hands and kissed at every opportunity," the source said.
Tarantino and Pick got engaged last July after after dating on and off for nearly a decade. The couple first met back in 2009, when the director visited Israel while promoting his film "Inglourious Basterds."
Two weeks later the two were seen together on the red carpet in Los Angeles, holding hands and effectively confirming their transatlantic relationship.