People.com Celebrity Exclusive Photos! Inside Lance Bass's Wedding The star married artist Michael Turchin in a celebration that included custom velvet tuxes, supermodels as flower girls and one very special 'NSYNC performance By People Staff Published on December 24, 2014 01:00 PM Share Tweet Pin Email 01 of 04 SO HAPPY TOGETHER Michael Segal Photography Former 'NSYNC member Lance Bass wed artist Michael Turchin on Dec. 20 at the Park Plaza Hotel in L.A. (The festivities will be televised in an E! special airing Feb. 5 at 8 p.m.) After exchanging vows, the grooms found a quiet spot to enjoy their first few moments as newlyweds. "We love each other so much," Bass told PEOPLE of his husband, whom he met four years ago at a friend's birthday. 02 of 04 A-LIST OFFICIANTS Michael Segal Photography Saying "I do" in front of 300 guests, the couple was married by their close friends, JoAnna Garcia Swisher and Jamie-Lynn Sigler. "We loved the idea of using someone who knows us," says Bass. Another personal touch: The men walked down the aisle as Bass's friend Kelly Price sang the Christina Aguilera ballad "I Am." And instead of bridesmaids and groomsmen, the wedding party consisted of the couple's three dogs, plus a fleet of supermodels as flower girls! 03 of 04 SUIT AND TIE Michael Segal Photography The grooms wore custom tuxes they designed with stylist Jeff Kim. Bass donned a traditional black tuxedo (with a navy bow tie) for the ceremony, and changed into a hunter-green velvet jacket for the reception. Friends and family – including Christina Applegate, Real Housewives star Lisa Vanderpump and former 'NSYNC bandmates JC Chasez (who sang during the first dance), Joey Fatone and Chris Kirkpatrick – were asked to dress as though they were attending "a royal wedding but at the Met Ball." 04 of 04 ALL TOGETHER Michael Segal Photography To honor their families, Bass and Turchin (pictured here with their parents) incorporated traditions from Bass's southern Baptist upbringing and Turchin's Jewish heritage."We wanted our wedding to be full of elements that we grew up with and things that we learned from our parents," Bass says. To start some new traditions, they designed their own wedding bands.