Dot-Marie Jones, who plays coach Shannon Beiste on the Fox musical-comedy Glee, married longtime girlfriend Bridgett Casteen in Los Angeles on Saturday.

According to PEOPLE, the couple surprised guests who thought they were attending a holiday party at the couple's home.

Jones, 49, asked Casteen, 39, to marry her at Disneyland Resort in Anaheim as the park celebrated its annual Anaheim Gay Days in October.

The couple met in December, 2010.

Jones first discussed her engagement during a Q&A session with Eddie Shapiro, a co-founder of Anaheim Gay Days, held Friday inside Disney's Grand California Hotel. Jones substituted for Tabatha Coffey, the star of cabler Bravo's Tabatha Takes Over, who canceled at the last minute due to an illness.

Jones said that she proposed to Casteen, who has three children from a previous relationship, near the park's Sleeping Beauty Castle.

Jones has been nominated three times for an Emmy for her role on Glee.