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Julianne Hough and Brooks Laich tied the knot on July 8 at Lake Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, surrounded by more than 200 family and friends. Every moment of the weekend — which began with a Thursday night welcome dinner — was picture-perfect, and we have the photos to prove it.
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Close friends and family — including airborne brother of the bride Derek Hough — arrived in Idaho early for some Thursday fun.
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Derek gave the Houghs' grandmother a spin during the Thursday night welcome dinner. The meal itself was catered by Mangia Catering Co.
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The couple's Happy Camper photo booth was actually in a camper, and featured props like a 'love' balloon, booyah sign and ukulele.
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The Thursday night welcome party came complete with games like corn hole, Connect Four and Jenga, which were brought to Friday's beach day, too. Vorticy provided all the fun.
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The dinner wrapped up with sweet treats from The Scoop ice cream truck out of Spokane, Washington. Flavors included Pink Lady Pink Lemonade, a Hough favorite that also throws back to her role as Sandy in Grease Live.
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Bridesmaid and Hough pal Nina Dobrev with her boyfriend, Glen Powell, at Friday's beach day.
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The bride- and groom-to-be kicked back on a boat during Friday's festivities.
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She's one bold bride! Hough and her groom-to-be spent Friday in the water playing chicken against one of her bridesmaids.
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Dobrev was so excited for her friend, she did a flip during Friday's beach day!
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Forget the usual bottled water and Advil: the couple's 'turn-down gifts' from Gifts for the Good Life were delivered to guests' rooms each day. Night one was a canvas bag that included a sleepmask and Happy Spritz "Sweet Dreams Darling" facial mist, a make-your-own margarita set with Casamigos tequila (lemonade was provided for guests who don't drink) and a striped Turkish towel.
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Night two brought a custom box with a sandlewood-scented candle and matches, "Love" pop-open cards, a hangover kit and Sugarfina Bubbly Bears, plus a personal note from the couple.
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The escort cards were actually Giving Keys, carefully placed on a wall outside of the reception venue.
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Instead of table numbers, each key (on a wall crafted by Shawna Yamamoto Event Design) represented a word: Love, Grateful, Family, Faith, Laughter, Adventure, Giving, Inspire, Happiness, Fun, Trust, Kind, Joy, Courage, Passion, Honest.
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The reception boasted three dance floor-adjacent cocktail lounge areas: His, Hers and Ours. Hers was plush with creams, His (pictured) with a tobacco ottoman and blue velvet furniture, and Ours a mix of the two with a neutral leather sofa, all from Something Borrowed.
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Guests snapped shots throughout the weekend with Fuji Film Instax 300 cameras.