Daisy Fuentes and Richard Marx tell Us Weekly in an exclusive statement that they Credit: Ross Daniels

So in love! Daisy Fuentes and Richard Marx are floating on cloud nine after tying the knot in a romantic wedding ceremony in Aspen on Wednesday, December 23.

"We couldn't be happier and appreciate all the kind good wishes from people all over the world," the newlyweds tell Us Weekly exclusively.

The couple, who went public with their relationship last year after the former MTV VJ was featured in the music video for Marx's song "Beautiful Goodbye," were engaged for about a month before their private nuptials, which took place during a family vacation.

"They decided to take advantage of both families being together and planned a beautiful winter wedding at a private home in Aspen," Marx's rep tells Us.

To make the ceremony more personal, Fuentes' sister, Rosana, was ordained and officiated the nuptials.

The bride, 49, looked stunning in a Pronovias wedding dress with lace details and sheer sleeves, while the groom, 52, wore a Gucci tuxedo.

Marx, a Grammy winner best known for '80s hits like "Right Here Waiting" and "Should've Known Better," was previously married to Dirty Dancing star Cynthia Rhodes. The pair, who share three sons, split in 2014 after 25 years of marriage. Fuentes, cohosts La Voz Kids on Telemundo, was married to actor and model Timothy Adams from 1991 to 1995. 

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