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WITH THIS RING
Reflecting on his Sunday wedding to fiancée Deanna Burditt, Pawn Stars's Rick Harrison tells PEOPLE it was "the happiest time of my life." But as with all weddings, not everything went as planned. "I was so nervous that [when Deanna] went to put the ring on my finger, it didn't fit," says Harrison, whose big day was officiated by Counting Cars star Danny Koker. "I'd put out my wrong hand!" Harrison lost his ring two days before the wedding and spent the three hours pre-ceremony running around town to get a replacement he'd shipped from his pawn shop. "It's almost identical," he says of the new band.
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AISLE OF SMILES
After making it official, Mr. and Mrs. Harrison take their walk back up the aisle in Laguna Beach, Calif. "Literally the entire ceremony I just couldn't believe how pretty she looked," Harrison shares.
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He was a man with a plan: Harrison reveals he chose everything for Sunday's nuptials – well, "mostly my assistant [did]" – and surprised Deanna with the choice in décor. "She wanted a really small wedding and I said, screw that, I want a massive party to tell the world that I love you in front of all of our friends," Harrison explains. "She said, 'Fine, you plan it.'"
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"I am a very, very bad dancer," Harrison admits. "She had a massive train on the [Inbal Dror] dress. And she's only five-foot-three. She had high heels on, and I thought for sure I was going to knock her over." Thankfully, he didn't.
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THE SWEET LIFE
While cutting the cake, "I was thinking about ... smearing the cake on her, but then I was keeping in the back of my mind that I just paid $11,000 for this dress and I don't want to ruin it," Harrison jokes. "Her daughters are already arguing about who gets to wear it if they get married."
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LOOK OF LOVE
Taking photos post-wedding, "we were sort of giddy," Harrison says. "She had to walk down grass and she had those heels on and that giant train – we were laughing."
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Following the nuptials, the newlyweds celebrate with their families. "Everyone said it's the best wedding they've ever been to," Harrison shares proudly. "It was an amazingly fun night."