Tori Spelling Gets Teary-Eyed Renewing Vows With Dean McDermott

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As first reportedTori Spelling and Dean McDermott renewed their vows Saturday at a private house in Beverly Hills.

A sandbox centered between two white pails (reading "Tori" and "Dean") served as the setting for the vow renewal (it was an ode to the beach in Fiji where the couple wed barefoot four years ago).

Wearing a white, strapless gown with an open back, Spelling, 36, walked down the aisle with daughter Stella (who turns 2 next month) to meet McDermott, 43, who was with son Liam, 3, and the officiant.

They both stood in the sandbox with their children, who were playing at their feet.

As they clasped hands, the officiant read and then the two repeated the very same vows they said to each other at their 2006 wedding.

Spelling, who has denied recent rumors that she and McDermott are splitting, was teary-eyed as she read hers. Then they rinsed their wedding rings in the ocean water from the buckets and received the traditional vow exchange. (Also during the ceremony McDermott gave her a custom-designed Darkened Diamond Eternity Band by Neil Lane.)

Near the end of the ceremony, they stepped out of the sandbox and each gave their children a gold bracelet.

Spelling and McDermott kissed and then white feathers were tossed in the air (each guest was given a small plexiglass box containing the feathers to toss after the ceremony).

Though none of Spelling's 90210 costars were in attendance, her mother Candy was there, as well as her brother Randy. At a party after the ceremony, Spelling hugged her mother and said, "Thank you so much for coming."

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