After the wedding, Hough and Laich donated all the flowers to The Full Bloom, a non-profit organization that repurposes gently used flowers into bouquets for patients in area hospitals, hospice care and other facilities.During the ceremony, Hough, who wore a custom strapless sweetheart Marchesa gown, and Laich said traditional vows and exchanged Lorraine Schwartz-designed rings.“When I introduced Brooks to the lake, he fell in love with this special spot, and we knew this was where we wanted to raise our family and grow old together,” Hough, 28, tells PEOPLE in this week’s exclusive cover story.
“Julianne and I are very adventurous and free, and wanted the setting to be in nature.” More than 2,000 blooms were used to create the floral arrangements, all designed by Kristen Griffith-Vander Yacht of Wild Bloom, including 100 flower boxes and at least 200 garden roses in the reception centerpieces.In romantic news broken by People Magazine, Laich and the Dancing with the Stars veteran exchanged vows in front of approximately 200 guests on Saturday afternoon.The intimate affair was held outside near Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. "I don’t think I ever really necessarily dreamed about my wedding as a kid,” Hough told the aforementioned publication, adding: “But I know I will always cherish and remember it for the rest of my life." Hough reportedly donned a Custom Marchesa gown for her big day, along with Lorraine Schwartz jewelry. In keeping with his name, meanwhile, Brooks suited up in a Brooks Brothers tuxedo.She always said she was saving herself for marriage.judge married NHL star Brooks Laich on July 8 in a romantic, outdoor wedding on Lake Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, where Hough spent summer holidays growing up.