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Jennie Garth and Dave Abrams tie the knot

Published 12/07/2015

Jennie Garth
Jennie Garth

Jennie Garth has married her actor beau Dave Abrams.

The former Beverly Hills 90210 actress tied the knot with Dave Abrams in an intimate ceremony outside of Los Angeles on Saturday night.

Jennie’s three daughters from her marriage to Peter Facinelli, Luca, Lola and Fiona, played an important part in the big day.

"It was the perfect night," the couple told People. "We are so happy to have our family and friends surrounding us on this special occasion!"

They originally met on blind date, and have been inseparable from the get go.

Jennie and Dave got engaged in April, after only dating for a few months. Actor Dave got down on one knee during a trip away to celebrate Jennie’s 43rd birthday.

"Dave had been working on the [proposal] for months, and really wanted to plan something special for her around her birthday and make it perfect," a friend told People at the time of the engagement.

Prior to their nuptials Jennie revealed how she was glowing, and felt really happy. She’s previously spoken about how Dave completes her, but things could have turned out very differently for the pair.

“I wasn't looking at all, in fact I didn't even want to go on the date with him and he didn't even want to go on a date with me. We went out on a blind double date with another friend of his and we did not hit it off right away. He was like tall and handsome and perfect, and that's exactly what I didn't want,” Jennie previously confessed to Access Hollywood.

This is Jennie’s third trip down the aisle; she was also previously married to Daniel B. Clark.

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