More details have emerged this weekend about the Feb. 25 wedding of Kelsey Grammer and his fourth wife, Kayte Walsh.

After Grammer settled his divorce with Camille Donatacci Grammer earlier this month, the newlyweds tied the knot on a rainy Friday in New York City.

The afternoon ceremony took place on the Broadway stage at the Longacre Theater, where Grammer, 55, completed a yearlong run in 'La Cage aux Folles' on Feb. 13 (his replacement in the musical, 'Arrested Development' star Jeffrey Tambor, quit days after his debut citing health complications).

According to a new report from People.com, the decor for Grammer and Walsh's "emotional" ceremony included props from the show, in addition to large gold urns of red and pink flowers.

The bride, 29, exchanged vows in a sleeveless, cream-colored silk gown, reportedly custom designed by Peter Langner for Mark Ingram, with an embellished bodice and straps. Bridal attendants included Walsh's sister and Grammer's adult daughters Spencer (a newlywed herself) and Greer -- all of whom wore black dresses and Christian Louboutin heels.

Walsh's brothers served as groomsmen, as did Grammer's son Jude, while the best man was Carl DeGersdorff, a friend. The ceremony, featuring poems written by the couple, was officiated by Grammer's 'La Cage' co-star, Terry Lavell.