Austrian Foreign Minister Karin Kneissl married businessman Wolfgang Meilinger in a ceremony at the Gasthaus Tscheppe restaurant in the city of Graz earlier on Saturday.
Putin spent about sixty minutes at the ceremony where he danced with the bride, reportedly shouted "Now a kiss!" and signed his name across the newlywed's car, according to local media.
The Russian president also signed "Goodbye! See you again!" on Kneissl's car before leaving the restaurant for the Graz airport.
According to the Austrian broadcaster Oe24, Putin traveled from the airport to the wedding ceremony by helicopter.
Russian President Vladimir Putin presented the Austrian Foreign Minister with several gifts for her wedding, including a painting, a Tula samovar and an antique oil squeezing machine, the Kremlin said after the wedding.
The Russian president was invited by Kneissl to be present at the event during his visit to Vienna on June 5.
When speaking ahead of talks with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Putin himself commented on the wedding, when asked by a journalist to comment on the event.
"It was a good trip, very warm-hearted. It was a private visit," Putin said.