Obviously, they also documented the special event in their lives really well and shared quite a lot of it on social media, much to the excitement of fans.
The Real Housewives of Orange County star bride also went for a rather non-conventional gown since it was black and she looked stunning and elegant in it.
Alongside a pic of her and Rick both wearing black for their wedding, Kelly confirmed the news by writing in the caption that ‘I’m so excited to be Mrs. Leventhal!!!’
Then, Leventhal shared another gorgeous pic of the two of them as well, writing: ‘With the incredible Mrs Kelly Leventhal #10/10/2020 #grateful #ricknkelly.’
Guests made sure to share pics from the ceremony as well, Jillian Cardarelli being one of them.
The singer took to her IG Stories after the wedding to share a pic of their beautiful table setting.
Furthermore, based on her Stories, it seems like the guests’ dress code was white to contrast the bride and groom’s black garments.
As for the COVID-19 concerns, Rick shared on social media before the wedding, a snap of the protective face masks they made specifically for the wedding.
‘Custom masks courtesy @goldsheepclothing #kelly&rick #10/10/2020 #thankyou,’ he wrote in the caption.
A day prior to the ceremony, Dodd also posted a pic featuring her and her still-fiance, thanking ‘@kathrynwalthall for the amazing wines for our incredible wedding weekend #10/10/2020.’
The wedding comes after the pair’s engagement back in November following only a couple of months of dating.
Only days after the proposal, she chatted with ET, telling the news outlet that: ‘I am very much in love.’