Bob Saget and Kelly Rizzo's Wedding Was a Full House Reunion

Bob Saget and Kelly Rizzo's Wedding Was a Full House Reunion

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This Full House star is officially a married man again! Bob Saget married Kelly Rizzo, the blogger behind Eat Travel Rock, on Sunday.

Monday night, the 62-year-old actor posted a wedding photo to Instagram, taken by photographer Nicole Goddard, of him and his lovely bride. “Okay, so we went and did it,” Saget captioned the photo. “And damn are we happy.”

According to People, the two tied the knot at Shutters on the Beach in Santa Monica, California. The groom wore a simple black suit, while his bride shone in an long-sleeve illusion lace Pronovias gown. For accessories, Rizzo donned a simple pair of earrings and a classic white manicure.

Rizzo also shared a photo of herself and Saget, in which the couple pose between two huge floral arrangements of beautiful white blooms and greenery. In the caption, the 39-year-old TV host joked about their almost spooky nuptials date. “@bobsaget and I dressed up as a bride and groom for Halloween,” she said with bride and groom emojis. “Seriously though, best day of my life.”

The guest list was chock full of celebrities, including Saget's Full House and Fuller House costars. He took a minute to thank them all on Instagram. "So appreciative my family and friends were at Kelly's and my wedding," Saget wrote under a group photo. "Especially my family for life, my Full & Fuller House family."

He went on to specifically call out John Stamos and Dave Coulier, who played Uncle Jesse and Joey Gladstone, respectively. He also thanked Lori Loughlin, who played Jesse's love interest Becky Donaldson, and his "beautiful TV daughters" Candace Cameron Bure, who played D.J. Tanner; Jodie Sweeting, who played Stephanie Tanner; and Andrea Barber, who played Tanner's next door neighbor Kimmy Gibbler. The show's creator Jeff Franklin was also in attendance and received a special shout-out.

Other celebs made an appearance too, including singer John Mayer, who reportedly pushed his Instagram live show back three hours to be in attendance. He later reposted Saget's Instagram to prove to fans he had a legitimate excuse for being late. “Like I said, I had a thing last night,” he wrote alongside the couple's photo. “And what a beautiful thing it was. Congratulations Kelly and Bob!”

According to Saget's Instagram, Mayer not only attended but preformed at the wedding. The groom thanked him via Instagram too. "And thank you my brother @JohnMayer for not only celebrating our joy with us-But also for his amazing words and music that enveloped the room with so much love and happiness," Saget wrote. "A gift beyond gifts."

This is Saget's second marriage. He shares three daughters with this ex-wife Sherri Kramer whom he split from in 1997. According to People, the comedian told Closer Weekly he didn't know if he would find love again. “I didn't think I'd have a relationship again,” he said. “I was kind of in that 'just work, make people happy and take care of your kids until they're 90' mindset.”

That all apparently changed when he met Rizzo-Saget proposed last November, just two years after meeting her.

“We were watching Stranger Things on the iPad,” Saget told People at the time. “And then I got up to go to the restroom, and I opened the safe and I took out a ring that I had been hiding for four days and I got on one knee. And she said 'What are you doing?' and she got very emotional and so did I.”

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Obviously, the proposal ended with a yes, and Saget went right into wedding planning. In April, Rizzo revealed her then fiancé was doing all the wedding prep. “I'm not doing anything. He's doing everything,” she told Us Weekly. “The other day he goes, 'Oh, honey, I paid the photographer.' I'm like, 'We have a photographer?' Literally, I didn't know. I'm like, 'All right, cool.' I'm, like, so anti-bride. I'll just show up on the day-of in a dress. Just tell me where to be.”