Full House, full hearts! The cast of the beloved '80s and '90s family-centric sitcom Full House reunited in Paradise Valley, Mont., for Dave Coulier's wedding to Melissa Bring.
The nuptials, held in a scenic field surrounded by lush greenery and mountainous terrain, took place on Wednesday, July 2. There to witness the union between husband, 54, and wife, 31, included Coulier's former costars, John Stamos (Uncle Jesse), Candace Cameron Bure (DJ Tanner), Andrea Barber (Kimmy Gibbler), Bob Saget (Danny Tanner), and Full House show creator Jeff Franklin.
Barber, 38, who went as Bure's date to the wedding while their husbands watched their kids at home, shared a snap with Stamos wedged between the two girls. "Full hearts here at @dcoulier and @melissabring's wedding," she captioned the Instagram pic.
Bure, 38, also expressed joy in being reunited with her onscreen bestie. "This is love..... friends forever, K&DJ, A&C," the DWTS alum wrote, alongside a pic of the two posing in a field.
As for the men of the house? Franklin tweeted an adorable picture -- taken moments after Coulier and Bring exchanged vows -- with the "three funniest guys I know, for 28 years...Love these guys!"
Bure also shared a picture with the groom, who protectively wrapped one arm around his onscreen niece's shoulder. "Happy wedding day Dave & Melissa!!! I love you both SO much!!!, she wrote alongside a snap of the two standing in an open field decorated with wooden picnic tables, white tents, and matching table settings.
The decorative wood, it turns out, was a highly-coveted item at the wedding -- from Stamos' perspective, at least. Saget, 58, shared a picture of the hunky Uncle Jesse, 50, looking sharp in a navy suit and aviator shades and holding a plank of burnished wood. "Stamos walking away with wood at Dave's wedding," Saget captioned the funny picture.
Us Weekly exclusively reported the news of Coulier's engagement last month. In a statement, Coulier (who played the beloved Uncle Joey Gladstone on the smash show) expressed how excited he was to get married to his longtime love Bring, a photographer and producer.
"Melissa has been my best friend since I met her nine years ago," he 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."