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"It was amazing," she said shortly after the ceremony ended. "Heidi looked amazing. She was wearing a million dollars worth of diamonds over a strapless Monique Lhullier dress."
Stephanie, who wore a yellow gown from BCBG, admits that although Heidi was trying to stay composed during the ceremony, it was hard for Stephanie to contain herself at times.
"I was up there, and her back was towards me, so I don't know if she was crying," Stephanie said. "But she was getting mad at me if we would start crying so that she wouldn't start crying."
Heidi's sister, Holly, was also a bridesmaid, and Stephanie said, "Holly really kept it together. Everything worked out great."
Much like Heidi, Spencer, whose groomsmen were his friends Brian and Sean, also kept his cool during the ceremony. "He was really good. He was really happy."
The ceremony, which Stephanie guesses had about 200 guests, was a lot bigger than expected and included the Pratt parents. "My parents were there," she said. "They were very emotional, like most parents would be."
Unlike the couple's previous attempts to marry in Mexico and at a Los Angeles-area courthouse, this time around the duo had a ceremony in a church, just like Heidi always wanted. "This is with the family. There was a legal priest, and the ceremony had prayers. It was completely different."