Gio Benitez And Tommy DiDario's Wedding Photos Are Everything

A fine romance, indeed.

Months after their Parisian engagement photos took the world by storm, Gio Benitez and Tommy DiDario are married.

Benitez, an ABC News correspondent, and DiDario, an actor and lifestyle blogger, made it official April 16 in Homestead, Florida. The men, both 30, exchanged vows they'd written themselves at the Walton House in an intimate ceremony officiated by DiDario's sister, Megs A. DiDario, People is reporting.

The beginning of Forever. ❤️ #TheLoveStoryOfTG 📸: @studiotwoweddings

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Notable guests included Sam Champion, Shepard Smith, Martha Raddatz and Richard Jay-Alexander, a Broadway director/producer, according to reports.

According to The New York Times, Benitez and DiDario were introduced in January 2015 through Instagram, so it was only fitting that they shared a handful of images from the stylish fête on their respective accounts. The men brought the wow factor in J. Crew suits, paired with custom-made ties by David Fin. The incredible photos were by Studio Two Wedding Photography.

"It's so special to see how excited our friends and family have been about this wedding," Benitez told People. "It truly is a celebration of love – our own, and what love means in their own lives."

DiDario echoed those sentiments in a Facebook post on April 17.

"Both of our families have shown nothing but acceptance, love, and support throughout our journey towards marriage and I couldn't feel more lucky to be surrounded by two families whose hope for their children has always been to find happiness," he wrote. "True love is a force that everyone deserves to feel."

And if their Instagram shots don't already have you feeling all the feels, the men will reportedly honeymoon in Bali. Now that their wedding shots are making the rounds, we're more than ready for that photo series!

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