The duo likely kept things very low-key. Franco told ET last year while he was promoting "Now You See Me 2" that he wasn't a fan of elaborate weddings.
"I don't know if I'm gonna have a best man," he said when asked if he'd ask either of his brothers, James and Tom to stand up for him. "I feel like when we do eventually get married, we're not gonna do a lot of the traditions and we're just gonna make it easy and who knows?"
"We're pretty lax about the whole thing," Franco said at the time. "It'll happen when it happens."
Brie feels the same way, as she told Yahoo Style last year: "I'm not very bridal, instinctually. Marriage never really interested me, I guess because I was very focused on my work. I wasn't sure if I really saw the point to it."
She said meeting Franco changed her mind about marriage: "I just met that person that I was like, 'Well, I'm really in love with you and would like to grow old with you.' I actually think it's much more romantic when two people are like, 'Oh, I could go either way on marriage, but I want to marry you.'"
The pair met in New Orleans during Mardi Gras and got engaged in August of 2015. "People were like, 'So you're ... the ones it works out for,'" she says of their Mardi Gras hook-up. "I don't think I'd recommend it normally; it's sort of outside of both of our characters."
Don't expect a slew of wedding details or photos: Brie told Yahoo Style: "We don't go out of our way, we just don't flaunt [our relationship]." But she did tell People in 2015: "I have an incredible fiancé. He's so wonderful. He's just the sweetest man I know. And he's so funny and incredible in every way."
The newlyweds share the screen in brother James Franco's upcoming "The Disaster Artist," which just debuted at SXSW. "I've never been more comfortable on a set, obviously," she told Yahoo. "It was nice because you had your person to hang out with. We spend a lot of time apart because of work, and it was nice to say, "Oh, my gosh, I'm leaving for work ... and I'll see you in an hour!'"