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Jennie Garth of '90210' fame marries David Abrams

After about eight months of dating, Jennie Garth is the new Mrs. Dave Abrams.

The "Beverly Hills, 90210" alum said "I do" for the third time, this time with the actor-producer during an intimate ceremony outside Los Angeles on Saturday, her rep confirmed to the Los Angeles Times.

The pair wed at sunset at her Los Olivos, Calif., ranch and Garth, dressed in an ethereal long-sleeve gown embroidered with pink flowers, walked down the aisle solo during the outdoor ceremony, Us Weekly reported. The bride and groom wrote and recited their own vows under a floral, fabric-draped canopy, as seen in aerial photos obtained by Entertainment Tonight, and two officiants presided over the backyard ceremony. 

Garth's daughters with ex-husband Peter Facinelli — Luca, 17, Lola, 12, and Fiona, 8 — wore different dresses and flower crowns and played important roles in the ceremony, People reported.

"It was the perfect night," the couple told the mag, relaying their happiness about sharing the special occasion surrounded by family and friends.

The ceremony was followed by a cocktail hour, dinner and dancing, Us Weekly said. Garth's "90210" and "Mystery Girls" costar Tori Spelling, actor Miguel Pinzon and costume designer Erik Rudy were among the guests. 

Garth and Abrams have been linked since last fall and took their relationship public in January. He reportedly popped the question around her birthday in early April.

It's the third marriage for the 43-year-old actress: She was married to "Nurse Jackie" and "Twilight" alum Peter Facinelli for 11 years before splitting in 2012. Before that, she was wed to Daniel B. Clark from 1994 to 1996.

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