Dancing with the Stars former dancer and current judge Julianne Hough tied the knot with her hockey player beau Brooks Laich in an intimate outdoor wedding in Idaho, as PEOPLE has reported. And the day was a joyous one as Hough had her first dance as a married woman with the NHL hunk. The blonde beauty previously dated Ryan Seacrest. Click on Radar's gallery for more!
Julianne, 29, who was a pro dancer on the hit ABC reality show DWTS before becoming a judge in recent seasons, was thrilled to walk (or dance?) down the aisle before more than 200 guests, including DWTS pro Mark Ballas and actress pal Nina Dobrev.
Julianne's brother, DWTS star Derek Hough, was a groomsman at the rustic outdoor wedding. Julianne and Laich, 34, reportedly took a boat to the remote location.
I don't think I ever really necessarily dreamed about my wedding as a kid," Julianne told PEOPLE. "But I know I will always cherish and remember it for the rest of my life," she said.
The blonde beauty once had a high-profile romance with TV host Seacrest but they split in 2013. She had earlier dated country singer Chuck Wicks. Her wedding with Laich was designed by event planner Troy Williams. The festivities, according to PEOPLE, included a welcome dinner for guests on Thursday night at the Blackwell Hotel followed by a beach day on Friday on the lake at Coeur d'Alene Resort.
For the main event on Saturday, Julianne looked stunning in a custom Marchesa gown and Lorraine Schwartz jewelry with groom Laich handsome in a Brooks Brothers tuxedo. Her dad Bruce walked her down the aisle.
The rustic wedding included wooden pews for the guests surrounded by roses and tulips. Julianne's friend Dobrev told PEOPLE, "I've never seen a man look at a woman like that when they said 'I do.' It took my breath away."
Hockey player Laich told PEOPLE that he and Julianne wanted an outdoor wedding because, they are very adventurous and free "and wanted the setting to be in nature." And of course, they danced! L.A.-based DJ Derek Monteiro provided music for the couple's first dance on a custom-made antique mirror dance floor. Later, there was a fireworks display.
The couple's two King Charles Cavaliar Spaniels were ring bearers at the wedding.
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