Traditional vows were exchanged, though a lot else was untraditional
Rick Harrison, the head honcho of the Gold and Silver Pawn shop, is no longer the boss in his own home … now that he’s married.
With friends and family and several fellow History Channel buddies on hand, the Pawn Stars ringleader wed girlfriend Deanna Burditt Sunday night in Laguna Beach, Calif.
“I’m living the dream,” Harrison told PEOPLE after his engagement in February 2012.
Though traditional vows were exchanged before the 180 guests, elements of the ceremony were anything but traditional, with Pawn Stars costar Chumlee serving as ringbearer, and Counting Cars star Danny Koker officiating as minister.
Guests looked on as Burditt, 37, walked down aisle in a white Inbal Dror gown shipped in from London’s Morgan Davies Bridal.
Though they hired a wedding planner, Harrison had joked that his new bride was sticking him with all the planning, something he was unfamiliar with.
“I just had no idea there was so much involved. I just thought you got a cake, had a party, buy a keg,” he said earlier this year.
Following the nuptials, guests were entertained by glam rock band Steel Panther and they even went home with a souvenir: A bobblehead of the happy couple in their wedding attire.
It’s the third marriage for both.