Sara Rue, the American actress who lost over 50lbs on the 'Jenny Craig' weight loss programme, married her husband Kevin Price on Saturday (21st May 2011). Sara Rue wed in front of 100 guests at the Bel-Air Bay Club in Pacific Palisades, reports U.S Weekly Magazine.
Sara, the host of the CW's 'Shedding For the Wedding', said, "I've never been happier. I feel so lucky to have found someone as kind, funny and smart as Kevin". Wedding planner Rachel Hollis decided upon a 'hummingbird' theme for the ceremony, saying, "One of the first things Sara ever told me was that she was obsessed with butterflies and hummingbirds. She loves specifically hummingbirds. She had this idea of a vintage inspired garden party and it evolved from there". Following the reception, guests were encouraged to play 'beer pong', which is how Rue and her new husband first met. Hollis said the newlyweds had designed the table themselves, saying, "It's a beautiful beer pong table with a net made out of flowers, not a college frat house one". The 20-minute ceremony, performed by a friend of the couple, incorporated numerous Jewish traditions such as the breaking of the glass.
It was the second wedding for Sara Rue, who divorced the film director Mischa Livingstone in 2007 after six years of marriage. She and Prince have been engaged since August 2009.
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