Ashley Hebert and JP Rosenbaum wed in an outdoor ceremony at Langham Huntington Hotel in Pasadena, Calif. Saturday. “The Bachelorette” couple are officially one of the very few successful couples to emerge from the reality show franchise. “Bachelor” host, Chris Harrison, officiated the wedding. Other “Bachelor/ette” alum included Emily Maynard, Ali Fedotowsky, Jillian Harrison, and Trista Sutter with her husband Ryan.
The highly anticipated wedding will be a televised 2-hour special to air on ABC Dec. 16.
“Today is all about our friends and family,” Ashley told PEOPLE magazine. “It’s about standing with J.P., looking around at all the people we love in the same room there to celebrate our love.”
Some details of the nuptials were released by Celebuzz, which reports Ashley walked down the aisle with a man on each side of her. One was her father and the other was presumably her step-father. Her now pregnant sister, Chrystie Corns, was the maid of honor and held her dog, Boo.
An Elvis tune of “Can’t Help Falling in Love” was played on the piano and sung by a vocalist.
Ashley wore an all-white mermaid-style wedding gown that had a long detachable train. JP wore a traditional white Jewish yamaka.
“The Bachelorette” bride was overheard saying:
“I love going to weddings and being inspired. I hope to inspire everyone at my wedding to feel love and good about what we have.”
Everyone can watch Ashley Hebert and JP Rosenbaum’s wedding when it airs on ABC Sunday, Dec. 16.