Congratulations, tWitchison!

Yesterday was the big day—and it looks like #bosswedding2013 was just as magical as, well, pretty much every moment of Allison Holker and Stephen "tWitch" Boss's too-cute-for-words courtship!

The nuptials were full of "So You Think You Can Dance" love: Not only did the couple have their ceremony at producer Nigel Lythgoe's vineyard, but Will Wingfield and Joshua Allen were among tWitch's groomsmen, and Allison's bridesmaids included Courtney Galiano and Kathryn McCormick. (She also had two "bridesmen": Shaping Sound's Teddy Forance and Travis Wall, who wore a very fetching veil of his own.)

Here are the shockers of the century: 1) tWitch and Allison looked fabulous (Allison wore a gorgeous strapless dress with organza flowers by Watters Hollywood) and 2) the duo did not disappoint on the dance front. After a first dance to Adele's "One and Only," they performed a hip-hop routine to Justin Bieber's "Somebody to Love" along with Allison's adorable daughter Weslie, who apparently helped with the choreography. All together now: D'awwwwwwwwww.

Congrats, you crazy kids! And for those of us not lucky enough to make the guest list, here are some Instagram highlights. Enjoy!

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