Heidi and Spencer's Love: Official & Sky-Written

Apr. 25 2009, Published 1:15 p.m. ET

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Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag have taken their devout love of themselves to the next level--sharing it with one another officially! The reality star couple were married today in Pasadena, Ca.

The young pair, who rose to fame on MTV's The Hills, kicked off their wedding weekend last evening in Beverly Hills with a rehearsal dinner (including omnipresent camera crews) at Wolfgang Puck's Cut steakhouse in the Beverly Wilshire Hotel.

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This morning, the duo decamped to their respective bridal parties to get dressed, with Spencer in and out of Pasadena's Westminster Presbyterian Church.

As what we're sure is only one of several gifts, Pratt hired skywriters to draw love messages above the church, taking several attempts as it was a windy day. One such draft read "Heidi's #1 Single on iTunes" (the singer has peaked at No. 7 on the Apple music store charts) and "Spencer Loves Heidi."

Spencer Pratt

Heidi wore a gown she described on Twitter as a "swan princess" look with Neil Lane jewels and hair adornments, while Spencer donned a traditional black tuxedo.

Friends and fellow reality kin Brody Jenner, Audrina Patridge and Lo Bosworth were spotted in attendance at the ceremony, which kicked off at 3 p.m.

Last November, the pair whisked away to Mexico where they appeared to have eloped, holding an intimate wedding ceremony (selling their small union to a weekly tabloid, naturally). The transaction was never legal.

Their first creative endeavor as man and wife will be NBC's I'm A Celebrity...Get Me out of Here!, which hits June 1.

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