Jodie Sweetin, best known for her role as Stephanie Tanner on the 1990s comedy series "Full House," has shared photos and details about her wedding -- which took place more than a year ago.
The 31-year-old actress married fiance Morty Coyle, a member of the band All Day Sucker, on March 15, 2012 after a year-long engagement. On Tuesday, April 16, People posted several of their wedding photos and quoted Sweetin as saying: "We had wanted to keep it quiet and intimate for a while, but felt that on our first wedding anniversary, it was time to share!"
Sweetin posted a link to the story on her Twitter page that day. She and Coyle had quietly exchanged anniversary Tweets last month.
Sweetin's 5-year-old daughter Zoie, whose father is her ex-husband Cody Herpin, and 2-year-old daughter Beatrix, her first child with Coyle, took part in the ceremony, People said. Coyle's band mate Jordan Summers officiated the wedding, which was held at his family's home in Beverly Hills, it added.
Sweetin wore a strapless, tea-length, white Oleg Cassini bridal gown, the magazine reported. She paired it with a birdcage veil with a blusher and white platform peep toe pumps and carried a bouquet of pale pink and white roses. Coyle wore a pinstriped black tux, dark dress shirt and a white rose boutonniere.
People quoted Sweetin as saying that she and Coyle had held off setting a date until same-sex marriages were made legal in California following a 2008 ban but then reconsidered. The marriage issue is currently being discussed in the U.S. Supreme Court.Coyle said on his Twitter page in 2011: "In Love with My Fiance and Waiting for Marriage Equality for All!!!"
(Pictured above: Jodie Sweetin attends the 15th Annual Lint Roller Party on Nov. 13, 2008 in Los Angeles. Credit: AP Photo / Shea Walsh)