Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag: Married! For Real!

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It's official this time: Heidi Montag is Mrs. Spencer Pratt.

The Hills couple got married - and even legally this time - in an evening ceremony at Westminster Presbyterian Church in Pasadena, Calif., Saturday.

Speidi wed before 200 guests, such as co-stars Audrina Patridge, Justin-Bobby, Lo Bosworth, Brody Jenner, Kristin Cavallari, and Frankie Delgado.

Heidi's former BFF, Lauren Conrad, had a change of heart and attended the festivities, but made a quick exit from the church post-ceremony.

The wedding party included Heidi's sister Holly Montag and Spencer's sis, Stephanie Pratt, while the groom was joined by two nonceleb friends.

When she walked down the aisle, Heidi wore jewels from Neil Lane, including a pear-shaped diamond floral necklace with multiple diamond chains. The groom borrowed a pair of diamond cuff links for the big day.

Spencer and Heidi: Married!

After the ceremony, The Hills duo kissed on the church steps. Guests threw rose petals at the couple, who left in black Rolls Royce Phantom.

The night before the ceremony, the gruesome twosome held a rehearsal dinner at Wolfgang Puck's Beverly Hills restaurant Cut. The dinner included about 40 guests – and camera crews, which filmed the events.

The wedding comes five months after the pair flew to Mexico for an impromptu ceremony that was not legal and did not include family and friends.

The original Speidi wedding was misleadingly implied to be real, though it was not official in any way, shape or form. This one is. Most likely.

Next up for Speidi? A trip to Costa Rica ... to team up with disgraced Gov. Rod Blagojevich and others on I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here.

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