Holly Durst and Blake Julian have wed.

The couple -- who began dating while filming last summer's second season of Bachelor Pad and revealed they had gotten engaged when the show's cast reunited for its finale in September -- got married in South Carolina on Saturday, People reported.

"I couldn't be happier," Durst told People. "Blake is my best friend and now my husband. I have a beautiful future ahead of me with this man. I love him with all my heart!"

Durst competed on The Bachelor: London Calling and then dated fellow Bachelor Pad contestant and former fifth-season The Bachelorette bachelor Michael Stagliano. However, she went on the second season of Bachelor Pad as a single woman following a tumultuous relationship with Stagliano in which they were engaged but broke up twice. One time was Durst's initiative, while the subsequent split was Stagliano's decision.

Although Stagliano admitted he loved Durst and wanted her back while they were filming Bachelor Pad, Durst felt an instant connection with Julian and quickly became attached to him after sharing an intimate kiss on a private one-on-one date.

But Durst still remained a loyal game partner to Stagliano during Bachelor Pad -- resulting in the pair beating out Michelle Money and Graham Bunn and winning the competition's $250,000 cash prize during the finale.

About 115 guests reportedly attended Durst and Julian's wedding ceremony, which took place at The Cliffs Country Club in Greenville, SC. 

Several The Bachelor franchise alumni were among the attendees -- including fellow second-season Bachelor Pad contestants Ella Nolan, Justin Rego and Erica Rose as well as West Lee, who competed against Julian for Ashley Hebert's heart during the seventh season of The Bachelorette last year.

According to Us Weekly, Durst wore an Alfred Angelo wedding gown which featured a dramatic sweetheart neckline, draped bodice, sash, tufted skirt and a sweep train. Her bridemaids wore strapless, light pink net gowns with white satin sashes from Alfred Angelo's Modern Vintage line.

"I couldn't be happier with my Alfred Angelo wedding dress! It was really hard to choose because there were so many beautiful choices, but I knew I found my dream dress the moment I put it on!" Durst told Us Weekly.

"I was fortunate enough to meet Michael Shettel, the designer for Alfred Angelo. He was so helpful and sweet. I feel honored to be wearing one of his dresses."
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