updated 07/09/2014 AT 5:00 PM ET
•originally published 07/10/2014 AT 5:15 PM ET
Not surprisingly, Dave Coulier and Melissa Bring’s nuptials were full of laughter.
From a pig roast the night before their July 2 ceremony (“That’s what they do here in Montana!” says Coulier) to Bob Saget’s wedding toast (make that three toasts), the couple and their closest friends and family enjoyed a love and laughter-filled wedding week.
Bring “did everything for the wedding,” says the groom, 54, whose best man was his son Luc, 23, from his previous marriage. “She had gift bags that she handmade and put in everybody’s room, she did all the activity pamphlets our house was set up like a command post for several months.”
The low-key couple exchanged rings – his a non-traditional black titanium band and hers from XIV Karats – at O’Hair Ranch Lodge in Paradise Valley, keeping their ceremony very short.
“It was probably six minutes” long, says Coulier, who wore grey khaki pants, a white button-down shirt and white Converse sneakers. “Everybody was like, ‘That was the best wedding ceremony ever!’ We wanted to make it really brief so we could spend more time with our family and friends.”
They also stayed away from traditional wedding vows. “We say our vows daily to each other,” says Bring, who stunned in a custom backless Katie May wedding gown.