Drew Scott's Magical Marriage
Drew and his twin brother, Jonathan, posed in their Claymore Imports kilts, made from the Scott tartan. Older brother J.D. also wore the family's signature pattern, but the remaining eight groomsmen sported a different design. "You have to be Scott to wear a Scott tartan," Drew told PEOPLE at an event for the brothers' line of picture frames at Michaels.
The bride-to-be got ready for her big day alongside friends, including J.D. Scott’s girlfriend, Annalee Belle (left).
All in the Details
Vincenzo Dascanio designed the florals for the destination event, which was held at Piazza del Borgo in Puglia, Italy. "He's a mastermind," Linda gushed.
Drew and Linda’s wedding bands were custom made by Devil’s Workshop. Linda’s 1.2 carat engagement ring was also custom made, but designed by the groom himself.
Drew and Linda exchanged first looks before making things official. Drew described seeing his bride as, “the most beautiful moment ever.”
Mothers of the Moment
Drew escorted his mom, Joanne, and Linda's mother, Barbara, down the aisle. "There were definitely a lot of ugly tears out of me," Drew admitted.
"As soon as we saw each other, we lost it," Linda said of laying eyes on her future husband. Drew added, "Linda was beautiful. Crying or not, she was stunning."
Friends Far and Wide
Guests from the U.S., Canada, Scotland and Latin America gathered around the couple to celebrate their marriage. "It was like a dream to see all these people we know together in one place," he said.
Sealed with a Kiss
After exchanging their vows, the pair sealed their union with a kiss. "We are truly a lucky couple, surrounded by so much love," Drew said.
Linda's 10 bridesmaids (she opted out of choosing a maid of honor) wore emerald green dresses from Reformation. "It's one of my favorite colors," she said.
Linda’s dress for the ceremony was designed by Claire Pettibone and featured a cathedral-length train, intricate, hand-beaded floral details on the bodice and sleeves, and an open back draped in jewels. "It was love at first sight," Linda explained. "As soon as I tried it on, I could already imagine the whimsy and magic of our wedding day."
Welcome to the Family
Since the couple has been dating for eight years, the Scott crew already feels like Linda is part of the family. "It's simply official now," J.D. said in his best man speech. Jonathan agreed: "For the first time in my life, I love having a sister."
Laid-Back and Lovely
Oany Ravelo was the mastermind behind the decor, which included “lots of beautiful blush and emerald colors and greens,” according to Drew. “It was in a stunning space. We didn't want something that felt flashy or opulent — that's not us."
Words from the Heart
Their buttercream-frosted cake, which will be featured on an episode of Cake Hunters (airing June 25, at 8:30 p.m. on Food Network), was made with four flavors inside including vanilla with goat cheese and strawberry balsamic, organic red velvet, carrot and chocolate hazelnut.
Life of the Party
The party lasted until 5:30 a.m., and comedic actor J.B. Smoove was among the guests to hit the dance floor. "We had such an amazing time," Drew said.
Jonathan praised his brother and new sister-in-law for their playful relationship. "They are the perfect balance of business and pleasure," he said.
Happy Ever After
Now that they're officially husband and wife, the happy couple is looking forward to the next stage of their lives. "We're excited to have kids," Drew said. "I think Linda and I will be great parents, and we're excited to start that chapter of our lives."
Property Brothers: Linda & Drew Say I Do premieres June 2 at 9/8c on TLC.