Inside ‘Bachelorette’ Stars Ashley Hebert and J.P. Rosenbaum’s Dream Wedding: The Dress, The Menu, The Music & The Guest List Revealed (EXCLUSIVE DETAILS)

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'Bachelorette' stars Ashley Hebert and J.P. Rosenbaum say 'I Do' in Pasadena.
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The Bachelorette Season 7 stars Ashley Hebert and J.P. Rosenbaum tied the knot on Saturday in an earth-toned inspired ceremony in Pasadena, Calif.

Hebert, 28, donned an all-white mermaid style dress with a long detachable train, while her 35-year-old beau wore a traditional white Jewish yamaka for the nuptials, held on the lawn of the Langham Huntington Hotel.

The bride walked down a wood aisle with two men — one of which was her father — as guests watched from brown chairs decorated with white roses.

Celebuzz has exclusive details about the lavish affair: from the four-course menu, the exquisite reception and where the couple decided to seat their star-studded friends.

Following the ceremony, guests made their way to the reception, which featured white tufted couches with yellow and cream pillows and carved wooden boxes with candles inside.

Guests ate chicken with English peas, mashed potatoes and spring onions; vegetarians dined on sweet beets, risotto and roasted brussel sprouts.

The dessert course was made up of the couple’s two wedding cakes: one three-tiered spectacle and a two-tiered pink cake with a cake topper of a bride and groom holding a rose, a nod to where it all began for the Bachelorette lovebirds.

Music during the reception was provided by Matt White, as well as a DJ that spinned tracks from Michael JacksonNorah Jones and Mary J. Blige.

Joining the newlyweds at the head table were the couple’s family, including Hebert’s sister Chrystie Corns, who originally disapproved the bride’s choice of J.P. on The Bachelorette season finale more than one year ago.

“I made a big mistake… it’s very clear to me that J.P. was the one. He was the best choice,” Corns told PEOPLE in August 2011.

Just four tables away was The Bachelor and The Bachelorette host Chris Harrison, who also officiated the wedding. He reunited with some of the most memorable stars from seasons past.

The table of 12 included Season 12 Bachelor Jason Mesnick and his wife Molly, who is pregnant with the couple’s first child, Season 5 Bachelorette Jillian Harris and current beau Justin Pasutto and Ali Fedotowsky, whose ex and Season 6 Bachelorette winner Roberto Martinez sat one table over.

Original Bachelorette Trista Sutter and her winner and husband of nearly 10 years Ryan were also at the table.

“I’ve been so excited to follow [Hebert and Rosenbaum’s] relationship and out of all the couples, I always hoped that they would make it,” Sutter told Celebuzz on Friday.

Just before the nuptials, the Sutters were spotted sharing a moment on a terrace outside, looking genuinely in love and happy.

One nearby table sat the many men who vied for Hebert’s heart during Season 7, but lost out to Rosenbaum, including Nick Peterson, Ames Brown, Ryan Park and Mickey Mclean. Hebert and Rosenbaum also invited Michelle Money, perhaps best known as the girl Brad Womack sent packing during The Bachelor Season 15.

Money, who returned to the franchise in Season 2 of Bachelor Pad, brought BFF Graham Bunn as her date.

Hebert and Rosenbaum’s weekend nuptials were coordinated by Mindy Weiss, aka. wedding planner to the stars. Weiss’ previous celebrity weddings have included Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale, Hilary Duff and Mike Comrie and Fergie and Josh DuhamelMark Garden from Beverly Hills provided floral arrangements for the event.

“For the reception, Ashley asked Mindy for soft lighting with a sweet and romantic feel,” according to a source. “Earth tones . . . colors like white, cream, green and brown.”

Hebert and Rosenbaum’s nuptials will air in a special called The Bachelorette: Ashley and J.P.’s Wedding on Dec. 16 on ABC.