Dancing With The Stars host Erin Andrews tied the knot on the weekend it has been revealed, to partner Jarret Stoll. It was confirmed to the media on Monday that a wedding had taken place out in Montana in front a small of group of friends and family. Among the guests were former NFL star Michael Strahan, Erin’s colleague at ABC.
The wedding and reception for Andrews and her former NHL Ice Hockey star Stoll, was all designed by celebrity wedding planner Yifat Oren, even though Andrews had said earlier this year that Stoll, who played for the likes of the LA Kings and the New York Rangers, was being a “Bridezilla” over the planning and the details of the ceremony.
The bride’s dress was by Venezuelan-American designer Carolina Herrera.
Andrews and Stoll made a public announcement confirming their engagement at the back end of last year after having started dating back in 2012.
It was during the festive period last December that Stoll had popped the question with Andrews saying at the time: We went there for Christmas to see the Christmas decorations, and we had a lovely dinner there, and he did it right there at dinner at Disneyland. I was bawling like a child.”
The above Instagram picture was posted by Andrews ahead of the weekend wedding, showing off a beautiful sunset in Big Sky Country.
Andrews was diagnosed with Cervical Cancer last year in September and that came just a few months after a $55 million settlement in horrific Peeping-Tom hotel incident that she went through.
June 24th was so perfect! Can we do it again next wkd? @yifatoren @orenco.co I love you for creating my fairytale. Thank you @houseofherrera @patricialansing for making the dress and veil of my dreams! It was perfection ❤️❤️ Jewelry @neillanejewelry My amazing team/friends @anitapatrickson @kayleenmcadams @kyleeheathhair More pics coming from @toripintarphotography @theflowerhat 🌷🌹🌸 @leorvegas 💍💍
So the wedding comes as a bright moment after what was a rocky year for the sports host and her Canadian husband. They revealed their plans to have children through IVF treatment earlier in June 2017.