Jodie Sweetin & Morty Coyle Are Married!

We knew that DJ Morty Coyle and Jodie Sweetin (remember Stephanie Tanner from Full House?) had gotten engaged in 2011 — but it wasn’t until just last week that we found out the two had secretly wed on March 15, 2012!

The story is so sweet, we had to share: Morty and Jodie are friends of Ryan and Graham (the cute couple with the modern, Supper Club-themed wedding we recently featured). After having attended Ryan and Graham’s wedding, Morty and Jodie were so inspired, that they decided to finally tie the knot. When Morty spotted his friends’ wedding on our blog, he and Jodie reached out to share all the details and photos from their wedding day. Take a look!

From: The Knot's exclusive feature of Jodie Sweetin & Morty Coyle's Wedding // From: Dana Hawley Photography
From: The Knot's exclusive feature of Jodie Sweetin & Morty Coyle's Wedding // From: Dana Hawley Photography
From: The Knot's exclusive feature of Jodie Sweetin & Morty Coyle's Wedding // From: Dana Hawley Photography
From: The Knot's exclusive feature of Jodie Sweetin & Morty Coyle's Wedding // From: Dana Hawley Photography
From: The Knot's exclusive feature of Jodie Sweetin & Morty Coyle's Wedding // From: Dana Hawley Photography
From: The Knot's exclusive feature of Jodie Sweetin & Morty Coyle's Wedding // From: Dana Hawley Photography
From: The Knot's exclusive feature of Jodie Sweetin & Morty Coyle's Wedding // From: Dana Hawley Photography
From: The Knot's exclusive feature of Jodie Sweetin & Morty Coyle's Wedding // From: Dana Hawley Photography
From: The Knot's exclusive feature of Jodie Sweetin & Morty Coyle's Wedding // From: Dana Hawley Photography
From: The Knot's exclusive feature of Jodie Sweetin & Morty Coyle's Wedding // From: Dana Hawley Photography
From: The Knot's exclusive feature of Jodie Sweetin & Morty Coyle's Wedding // From: Dana Hawley Photography
From: The Knot's exclusive feature of Jodie Sweetin & Morty Coyle's Wedding // From: Dana Hawley Photography

Jodie wore a tea-length dress designed by Oleg Cassini and a beautiful, vintage-inspired hairpiece for their small and intimate wedding ceremony.  The two exchanged vows at a friends home in Beverly Hills in front of a few of their close family members (that’s their daughter Beatrix and Jodie’s daughter Zoie in the photos). The flowers were provided by family friends at Standing Ovation located in Los Alamitos. One of Morty’s oldest friends officiated the ceremony and afterward everyone celebrated with dinner at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel. For dessert, they headed back home and served wedding cake by Sweet Lady Jane bakery and vegan cupcakes for the groom.

Congratulations to Jodie and Morty — and thank you for letting us feature your beautiful wedding day!

And a special thank you to Dana Hawley Photography for providing the photos.

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