'Million Dollar Listing'' s Josh Altman and Heather Bilyeu Tie the Knot

The couple shared their intimate ceremony with the world on the latest episode of the reality TV show

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During these sharply divided times, there is some small comfort in finding some common ground with your compatriots. And if there’s one thing we can all agree on it’s that everybody loves a good wedding. Especially one between one of reality TV’s favorite on-again, off-again affianced couples, Josh Altman and Heather Bilyeu of Million Dollar Listing who finally shared their intimate wedding with the public on Thursday night’s episode of the show. And naturally, the ceremony was more over-the-top than one of their real estate properties.

While the pair tied the knot in real life back in April, this is the first time the images from their ceremony have been shared after the entire affair was broadcast on the latest episode of the reality TV show. After calling off their first wedding in 2014 due to “chaotic” schedules, the couple got married in Aspen at the St. Regis this year.

The ceremony was a far cry from their first lavish 400+ guest affair, with just close friends and family invited to their latest low-key nuptials.

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The dress Heather wore for the affair was a custom creation from luxury bridal wear company Nektaria, featuring a fishtail skirt with a long train embroidered on the ends, lace detailing all-over the fitted bodice, a sweetheart neckline, and a flowing tulle cape cinched at the neck with an ornate sequined clasp.

Altman told People exclusively, “I actually tear up when I watch the footage. It was the best day of my life. The wedding that you’re going to see is the perfect example of something working out perfectly after lots of learning experiences.”

What do you think of the Altmans’ wedding day? Sound off below!

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