The Dancing with the Stars couple, who are parents of baby boy Shai Aleksander, got married this weekend at Oheka Castle in Long Island, New York. 

By Maressa Brown

Beloved Dancing with the Stars dancers Peta Murgatroyd and Maksim Chmerkovskiyare married! The Dancing with the Stars couple -- who welcomed their baby boy Shai Aleksander six months ago -- got hitched on Saturday, July 8, at Oheka Castle in Long Island, New York, People reports. Of course their L.O. was in attendance, given the title of "prince of honor" at the wedding.

Peta's mother, Suzanne Murgatroyd, carried Shai down the aisle, and a guest caught it in this sweet video clip.

Chmerkovskiy’s brother and fellow DWTS pro Val Chmerkovskiy served as best man, and a bevy of stars were in attendance, including Tony Dovolani, Rumer Willis, Sharna Burgess, Jenna Johnson, Nyle DiMarco, and Candace Cameron Bure.

Many guests posted beautiful snaps of the big day, including peeks inside the ceremony -- and a full-length stunner of the couple kissing under a rainbow! For real!

And a glimpse at their romantic first dance. That gown, though! According to E!, it was designed by Karen Sabag Couture.

Of the reception and wedding decor, Murgatroyd had previously explained to People, “Everything is going to be crème and black and white. There’s going to be hardly any color. There are so many flowers and candles and crystals everywhere. I wanted the entire celebration to be super-chic and glamorous. I just wanted it to be just so pure and gorgeous.”

As if that wasn't beautiful enough, check out this video of Shai celebrating with his parents just one day after they said, "I do."

Congratulations to the sweet family!


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December 2, 2018
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