Kendra Wilkinson and Hank Baskett got married on Saturday. The former "Girls Next Door" star wore a white dress with a "tight bodice and poofy skirt" and platinum jewelry worth over $100,000 as she walked down an aisle made of white rose petals in the garden of Los Angeles' infamous Playboy mansion at sunset.
Hank and his groomsmen also wore white, while the 24-year-old star's bridesmaids - including Bridget Marquardt and Holly Madison, who lived with Kendra when they all dated Hugh Hefner - wore lavender.
The couple - who recently announced they are expecting their first child - recited their vows in front of 300 guests, including the 83-year-old magazine mogul, who split from Kendra late last year.
Holly was in tears during the ceremony, which she described as "absolutely beautiful."
She said: "Kendra looked like a princess. It was a beautiful setting for a wedding. It was a princess dress, which was fitting. It was really pretty and she looked gorgeous."
After the ceremony, Kendra and Hank took to the floor for their first dance to George Strait's "I Cross My Heart" before Kendra led Hugh onto the dance floor for a "special" second dance.
Shortly after the reception, Kendra wrote on her blog: "Wussup everyone???? It's the new Mrs. Hank Baskett!!!!!!!!! Ahhhh hahahahahha!! I cant believe I'm a married woman! Yayyyyy."
The couple are currently enjoying their honeymoon in a "secret location," chosen so Kendra can "walk around naked."
Holly said: "They're definitely ready for their honeymoon now. They need a vacation."