This weekend, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's lavish nuptials seemed to eclipse all other celebrity news, but they weren't the only ones who got married. Among those who tied the knot was Lisa Niemi, who was wed to Patrick Swayze for 34 years until his death in 2009. She and jeweler Albert DePrisco, whom she began dating in 2012, said "I do" before 50 friends at the Mar-a-Lago Club, People magazine reported. The couple, who got engaged at the end of last year, was looking forward to a night of touching toasts and dancing to everything from Michael Bublé to hits from the '70s. It seems they got their wish. "How often does lighting strike twice? Albert, & I just married today," Niemi, 58, tweeted afterward. "An incredible, wonderful, joyous day for both of us."
To get the scoop on other couples who exchanged vows over the weekend, click ahead.
|Lisa Edelstein and Robert Russell|
Dr. Cuddy is off the market. "House" star Lisa Edelstein, 48, said "I do" to artist Robert Russell on Sunday, according to People magazine. The couple of more than three years exchanged gold Neil Lane bands. "They're very happy, very loving," a source who knows the couple told the magazine.
|Casey Wilson and David Caspe|
"Happy Endings" star Casey Wilson married David Caspe, who created the since-canceled ABC series, in Ojai on Sunday. "David and I couldn't have been more excited to celebrate our special day with all of our closest friends and family," Wilson told Us Weekly. "Oprah, sadly, was a no show. (Probably because we've never met. Maybe next time?)." Instead, her former co-stars Elisha Cuthbert, Eliza Coupe, Adam Pally, Zachary Knighton, and Damon Wayans Jr. attended the Jewish wedding service and a reception, which featured a menu of salmon and short ribs. The couple's first song? "In Spite of Ourselves," by Iris DeMent and John Prine.