Beckham — Champ

Ashley Dalynn Beckham of Temple became the bride of Josh Alan Champ of Temple in a double-ring ceremony on June 24 at the UMHB Manning Chapel in Belton

The bride is the daughter of DW and Kerri Beckham of Temple. The bridegroom is the son of Arthur Champ of Little River/Academy and Cathy Champ of Gig Harbor, Wash.

The Rev. Brian West officiated. Music was by Grady Barganier of Little River/Academy.

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Given in marriage by her parents, the bride wore an ivory asymmetric pleated organza bodice with a sweetheart neckline and a Basque waist on an organza A-line skirt. The back is finished with organza covered buttons to the bottom of the Basque waist and a chapel length train.

Matron of honor was Stephanie Lawhorn of Rockwall. Bridesmaid was Tiphani Morris of Killeen. Best man was Jonathan Morris of Killeen. Groomsman was Mason Simmons of Cincinnati, Ohio.

Seating guests were Josh Beckham, brother of the bride, of Temple, Rustin Jaramillo of Little River-Academy and Josh Trejo of Fort Worth.

A reception followed at Rustic Acres Event Center.

After a wedding trip to the Bahamas, the couple will reside in Temple.

The bride is a graduate of the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor with a Bachelor of Science in Education. She is employed as a second grade teacher in Academy ISD.

The bridegroom is a graduate of the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor with a bachelor of science in sports management. He is employed as an admissions counselor at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor.

A rehearsal dinner was held at Cotton Patch in the Temple Mall and was hosted by the father of the bridegroom.

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Julianne Hough

Julianne Hough

Julianne Hough attends the 68th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards at Microsoft Theater on Sept. 18, 2016 in Los Angeles.

Putting together a summer outdoor wedding is no easy feat, but Julianne Hough pulled it off flawlessly when she tied the knot Saturday with her longtime beau, hockey star Brooks Laich. The newlyweds held their ceremony in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, surrounded by loved ones nearby the Hough family home.

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From a poolside rehearsal party to a boat ride send-off at the end of their ceremony, every single detail was certainly Pinterest perfect. The highlight of it all was the bride’s custom-made Marchesa wedding dress, which according to E! News cost her a fitting price tag of $20,000. Laich complemented her with a more modest, classic tuxedo that was apparently priced at a little over $2,000.

Their celebration reached a whole other level when they had an unforgettable set of fireworks go off at the reception. “At the end of the night, they shot off fireworks over the lake," a source told E!. "It looked like a very fun wedding for a great couple."

The fireworks reportedly added another $10,000-$15,000 expense, but what’s another few thousand dollars for a light show proclaiming your newfound love?

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Tara Lipinski

Tara Lipinski

Tara Lipinski sure knows how to make a “bridesman” feel special.

On her wedding day, the former Olympic figure skater treated collaborator and best friend Johnny Weir, a two-time Olympic figure skater, to an assortment of special gifts.

“Despite it being Tara and Todd’s day, she found so many ways to surprise me!” Weir, 32, told PEOPLE shortly after Lipinski tied the knot with sports producer Todd Kapostasy in Charleston on June 24. “Tara really thought of everyone for her wedding and reception. She wanted everyone to have the best night of their lives.”

The bride, who has been besties with Weir for four years, designed a glittering boutonniere to match his custom Swarovski crystal-studded Hermès shoes — which she gave him ahead of her nuptials.

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“My special flower made me so happy,” gushed Weir, who donned a soft blue Andrew Morrison suit with a bustle to walk down the aisle. “The fact that we get to work together, have adventures and laugh the whole way through it is such a special gift that I never take for granted!”

The pals met and “fell in love” at a figure skating competition in 2013 — and they’ve been super-tight ever since. Together, the duo work as NBC commentators covering culture, food and fashion at events like the Kentucky Derby, the Rio Olympics and figure skating championships.

“He’s my very best friend,” Lipinski, 35, tells PEOPLE. “We’ve been through a lot of great times and a lot of horrible times together, and I think we just have this special bond that is hard to find. I wanted him to know how special he was.”

To show her appreciation of her friendship, Lipinski arranged for the bridesman’s favorite Lady Gaga song, “Bad Romance,” to play as he walked down the aisle — a total surprise.

“Tara is one of most loving and caring people I’ve ever met, so to see her find the love of her life and see them make it official was like a fairytale,” says Weir. “It was hard for me to hold back tears of happiness for a woman who means so much to me.”

Weir, tasked with giving a bridesman toast at the wedding, says he wasn’t exactly truthful about preparing the speech ahead of time.

“I like to speak completely off the cuff so I didn’t prepare anything. I spoke from my heart, which is the only way I know how,” he explains. “I promised Tara months ago that I was preparing and scripting, but I lied to her so she wouldn’t ask for a copy of the speech. I wanted her to feel what I was saying, not to have read it months prior.

“I wanted her to know how much I love her and how much I love Todd and their fairytale was the inspiration of my speech.”

His strategy paid off: Lipinski says it was the “best wedding speech” she’s ever heard.

“I was crying,” she says. “It meant so much to me because our friendship is so unique in the world we live in and work in, but to hear him talk about how he feels about me, it was so beautiful I was crying to hear him. He was so honest about his feelings, about partnership and about things he’s been through in his life and how it’s impacted him and changed him in ways — it was so beautiful to hear him speak.”

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Lavish Taco Bell Wedding

Lavish Taco Bell Wedding

Taco bells are ringing for this happy couple!

Dan Ryckert and Bianca Monda were the first people to get married at Taco Bell’s Las Vegas Cantina location on Sunday. The pair won an all-expense paid wedding after submitting a 30-second video for the Tex-Mex chain’s Love and Tacos contest, beating out a woman who crafted a wedding dress made entirely of burrito wrappers.

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Their big day came complete with a sauce packet bouquet, champagne flutes filled with Twisted Freezes and a feast made up of quesadillas, Cheesy Gordita Crunches, burritos and guacamole. They said “I do” in the restaurant’s wedding chapel surrounded by friends and family.

When it came time for the cake, the couple cut into a two-tiered confection created by Cinnabon. The dessert featured two of the trendiest wedding cake designs right now: It had both a “naked” frosting look and a drip effect. It was then surrounded by Cinnabon Delights.

“I just got married at the Taco Bell Cantina in Las Vegas,” Ryckert said on Taco Bell’s Snapchat. “It was amazing. I am full but there’s more Cinnabon Delights cakes to eat so I gotta get busy with that.”

Ryckert and Monda were also treated to the restaurant’s $600 wedding package, which will become available to the public on August 7 for those feeling inspired to try out a fast food wedding. In addition to an officiated ceremony, the package comes with a Taco Bell garter, bow tie, the sauce packet wedding bouquet, “Just Married” t-shirts and a Taco 12 Pack.

Ryckert, who met Monda online in San Francisco a little over two years ago, says their mutual love of Taco Bell sparked an instant bond. “It was actually one of the first conversations we ever had,” he told PEOPLE after learning he’d won the contest in April. “She told me that she’d pick Taco Bell over a fancy Mexican place any day of the week, and I knew then that we were going to be a great fit.”

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We've Seen Lots Of Crazy-Rich Weddings

We've Seen Lots Of Crazy-Rich Weddings

Weddings, while magical, are a seemingly never-ending money pit — and I say that as someone who recently got married and is happier than she's ever been.

You have to budget for things you never thought you'd think about — if anyone needs recommendations for mercury glass votives, I think I've scoured the entire internet at this point — and you end up undoubtedly spending more than you allocated towards food, drinks, napkins, etc.

But what about people who have no need to be concerned about every last penny? You know, the people who can afford a dress valued at $1 million? Well, wonder no more, because Victoria Swarovski (yes, that Swarovski) just threw what has to be the most lavish wedding we've seen thus far.

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The German singer's three-day-wedding extravaganza in Trieste, Italy, was truly something out of a fairytale, and included everything from a massive welcome party to an extraordinary crystal-encrusted gown (valued at $1 million), according to Brides.

On the first night, the bride and her groom, Werner Mürz, greeted guests with a red-and-white-themed gala at Falisia Resort & Spa, where attendees dined on pasta surrounded by shimmering candelabras and wine. Swarovski wore a high-low red gown designed by Michael Cinco in Dubai that looks like a blast to wear.

On Friday, the couple tied the knot in style at the Cathedral of San Giusto. Take a look at some of the photos from the big day below.

According to one of Cinco's Instagram posts, Swarovski's train was six meters long and boasted hundreds of thousands of crystals. Brides reported that the dress weighed approximately 100 pounds and was paired with a 26-foot long veil.

Following the ceremony, the couple reportedly danced, sang, and laughed the night away with their family and friends.

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