So You Think You Can Dance all-stars Stephen "tWitch" Boss and Allison Holker have gotten married in a ceremony full of reality TV ties.

Wed by SYTYCD co-executive producer Jeff Thacker, Allison and tWitch said their "I do's" at SYTYCD creator and judge Nigel Lythgoe's vineyard and winery in Paso Robles, CA, on Tuesday, Life & Style reported.

"THATS RIGHT! It's official, MR AND MRS BOSS!!!" tWitch tweeted yesterday.

Alongside the tweet, tWitch also posted a photo on Instagram of the pair holding up their left ring fingers, giving the funny illusion they were pissed off and both giving the middle finger.

"ITS OFFICIAL: IM. ------MRS. BOSS-------- we got married!" Allison also tweeted Tuesday with a photo of the couple smiling in their fancy wedding attire.

Allison, 25, was a Top 8 finalist on the second season of SYTYCD, and tWitch, 31, finished as the runner-up during the show's fourth edition. A romance sparked in 2010 when they both starred on the seventh season of SYTYCD as all-star partners for the contestants.

On their wedding day, Allison reportedly wore a strapless ivory lace and silk organza gown designed by Watters Hollywood, and tWitch sported a Stitched Las Vegas black tuxedo. Allison walked down the aisle as former sixth-season American Idol Top 3 finalist Melinda Doolittle sang a rendition of "I Won't Give Up" by Jason Mraz, according to Life & Style.

Some of the eight bridesmaids and nine groomsmen were reportedly also members of the SYTYCD family, as Allison had sixth-season finalist Kathryn McCormick at her side in addition to choreographer Travis Wall, whom Allison dubbed one of her "bridesmen." tWitch was reportedly joined by fourth-season finalist William Wingfield and fourth-season champion Joshua Allen.

Guests at the wedding included Dancing with the Stars professional dancers Anna Trebunskaya and Chelsie Hightower -- who got her start on SYTYCD. Also present from the SYTYCD community were Nigel, choreographer Christopher Scott, Dmitry Chaplin (Season 2 finalist), Cyrus Spencer (Season 9 runner-up), Nick Lazzarini (Season 1 winner), Ivan Koumaev (Season 2 finalist), and Melanie Moore (Season 8 winner).

The walkway to the wedding reception room was lit with iron lanterns, according to Life & Style, which paid homage to Allison's choreographed lantern dance that symbolized her love for tWitch. She performed the routine on SYTYCD's most recent tenth season.

Allison and tWitch's first dance was to Adele's "One and Only." The couple then reportedly changed into all-white suits and joined Allison's five-year-old daughter Weslie -- her child from a previous relationship -- for a hip-hop routine to Justin Bieber's "Somebody to Love," which was choreographed by Weslie herself.

Allison and tWitch announced they had gotten engaged earlier this year. The pair had dated two-and-a-half years before tWitch popped the question.