Cole Tucker and Vanessa Hudgens (Photo : Getty Images/Matt Winkelmeyer)
Cole Tucker and Vanessa Hudgens attend the 2021 AFI Fest Opening Night Gala Premiere of Netflix's "tick, tick…BOOM" at TCL Chinese Theatre on November 10, 2021 in Hollywood, California.

Vanessa Hudgens had a fun day at a beach in Mexico with her husband, MLB star Cole Tucker, following their wedding. 

The 34-year-old "High School Musical" actress and Tucker, 27, who reportedly tied the knot over the weekend, celebrated on the beach Sunday with close friends, including Sarah Hyland and her husband, Wells Adams, who attended the nuptials.

Hudgens looked stunning in a low-cut white bathing suit, while Hyland donned a neon yellow string bikini, as seen in photos published by E! News

Tucker was also seen sporting his wedding band and kissing his wife at one point during the outing.

Hudgens had previously served as a bridesmaid at Hyland's wedding to Adams in 2022.

Speculation about Hudgens and Tucker's wedding circulated after a photo of the "Princess Switch" star in a white dress was shared online.

On Monday, People and TMZ confirmed that Hudgens and Tucker tied the knot in Tulum, Mexico, Saturday after three years together. 

The news comes weeks after Hudgens shut down pregnancy rumors sparked by a video from her bachelorette party in Aspen.

In the video shared on Instagram in October, Hudgens wore baggy clothing, causing fans and social media users to speculate that she may be expecting.

However, she dismissed the rumors, emphasizing that she was not pregnant and urging followers to refrain from commenting on her body.

She addressed the comments on social media, writing: "[eyeroll emoji] not pregnant so y'all can stop." 

Hudgens has been open about the challenges of wedding planning, describing it as both fun and daunting.

In September, she expressed amazement at the wedding industry, describing it as "kind of mind-blowing" with numerous choices for the bride. She mentioned the high cost of dresses, referencing Gwen Stefani's lyric, "This s--- is bananas."

Hudgens and Tucker's relationship first made headlines in November 2020 when they were seen holding hands in Los Angeles.

During a May 2021 appearance on "The Drew Barrymore Show," Hudgens revealed she made the first move after they met on a Zoom meditation group call.

The couple got engaged in February, surprising Hudgens, who said Tucker's proposal caught her "off guard."

She told People magazine in March, “I was extremely surprised. We had definitely talked about it, but I did not expect it to happen the way that it happened and the moment that it happened. It definitely caught me off guard and I was bawling my eyes out.”

This marks Hudgens' second high-profile relationship after dating her "High School Musical" co-star Zac Efron from 2005 to 2010.

Following that, she was in an eight-year relationship with Austin Butler that ended in 2019.