“Full House” star Dave Coulier married his longtime partner, photographer Melissa Bring, in an intimate ceremony that doubled as a reunion of cast members from the hit ABC show, in Montana on Wednesday.
Coulier’s co-stars such as Bob Saget, John Stamos, Candace Cameron-Bure, Andrea Barber and the show’s creator, Jeff Franklin, attended the ceremony, a source told E! News. However, according to reports, the Olsen twins -- Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley -- who played Michelle on the sitcom, did not attend the wedding ceremony.
The 54-year-old comedian, who played Joey Gladstone, or "Uncle Joey," in the sitcom that aired its final episode in 1995, has been in a relationship with Bring for almost 10 years. In June, a representative for Coulier had told E! News that the couple's marriage ceremony would be "small but private." Coulier reportedly proposed to Bring in December and the couple did not announce their engagement until last month.
"Melissa has been, truly, my best friend for nine years. We simply thought we would just make it a lifetime. I can't wait," Coulier told People magazine, at the time.
The news of the wedding came shortly after Coulier’s co-stars shared photos from the wedding on Instagram.
On Wednesday, Stamos posted a photo of Coulier on the photo-sharing website, writing: "This boy is very happy today - know why?”
Saget posted a photo of Stamos wearing a suit and carrying a piece of wood, captioning it: "Stamos walking away with wood at Dave's wedding."
Bure shared a photo of her with Coulier, writing: "Happy wedding day Dave & Melissa!!! I love you both SO much."
The show’s creator also took to Twitter to post a photo alongside Coulier and Bure.
The groom with me and Candace the night before his wedding in Montana. Congrats to Dave and Melissa! pic.twitter.com/BIlsURQCfY
— jeff franklin (@fullhouseguy) July 2, 2014