Full House's Uncle Joey, Dave Coulier, married his longtime love Melissa Bring on Wednesday, July 2, in Paradise Valley, Montana. Credit: Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty

Cut. It. Out! Full House's Uncle Joey, Dave Coulier, married his longtime love, photographer/producer Melissa Bring, on Wednesday, July 2, in Paradise Valley, Montana, a rep for Coulier confirms to Us Weekly.

The comedian and actor, 54, who played Joey Gladstone in the '80s and '90s ABC sitcom, and Bring, 31, exchanged their vows before family and friends, following an entire week of pre-wedding festivities.

There to witness the nuptials? His fellow costars John Stamos (Uncle Jesse), Candace Cameron Bure (DJ Tanner), Andrea Barber (Kimmy Gibbler), Bob Saget (Danny Tanner), and show creator Jeff Franklin. Alas, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen (baby Michelle) were not present for the festivities.

Bure, 38, and Barber, 37, told Us they planned on attending the wedding as each other's dates, since both of their husbands were busy watching their kids at home. Bure posted an Instagram picture alongside her pal late Wednesday. "Parade day in Montana with @andreabarber," she wrote.

Joining the two onscreen besties for pre-wedding festivities was Stamos, who posted a picture of the groom on Wednesday, wearing a checkered shirt and holding a piece of paper. "This boy is very happy today," wrote Stamos, 50, in his caption. "Know why?"

Saget, 58, who remains close to Coulier, was seen in another snapshot, working out with his pals on a cross-training machine. "#Bestiesdoingcardio," wrote Stamos. "Next stop >>> steam room. Bob's insisting we go in the ladies' sauna."

An ecstatic Bure shared a split-screen snapshot of herself and Stamos, posing in a cowboy hat. "Thanks Uncle J for placing the cowboy hat on my head the wrong way. #Cityfolks," the DWTS alum wrote on Instagram.

Show creator Franklin posted a picture alongside Coulier and Bure. "The groom with me and Candace the night before his wedding in Montana," he wrote on Twitter. "Congrats to Dave and Melissa!"

Us exclusively reported news of Coulier's engagement last month. "Melissa has been my best friend since I met her nine years ago," the groom told Us. "I feel like the luckiest man on the planet. I get to marry my best friend, and she doesn't mind that I have a really bad gas problem."