Actor Jonathan Bennett and TV host Jaymes Vaughan married in Mexico over the weekend.

According to PEOPLE, the couple skipped the traditional wedding walk down the aisle and instead met at the altar after a walk on the beach.

“When you’re part of the LGBTQ+ fam, not everything in the wedding space is for you yet,” Vaughan said. “The whole purpose of our wedding is to come together and join the two of us together, join our families together and start a new family.”

Bennett called it a “dream wedding.”

“And all that, as we were going through this process, we realized that our wedding is also more than just about us,” said Bennett. “It’s about the entire community. It was honestly a dream wedding! We kept having to stop and remind ourselves that we weren’t on a movie set, but this was actually our real life. If you had told me this was one of my Hallmark movie sets, I would have believed it. It was that perfect.”

The men previously revealed that they were turned away from a wedding venue in Mexico because they are in a same-sex relationship.

“For years, we planned to get married at Palace Resorts in Mexico. When we got engaged, the owner said he couldn’t marry us because we’re two men and it goes against his morals,” Bennett told The Knot. “That was a sucker punch to the gut. We decided in that moment that our wedding was bigger than us. It’s our wedding, but it isn’t just about us.”

Bennett, who is best known for playing Aaron Samuels in the 2004 comedy Mean Girls, and Vaughan, the co-host of Celebrity Page, got engaged in late 2020. In proposing, Vaughan wrote a song for his future husband, which was also played at the wedding.

The couple met when Bennett came on Vaughan's show to promote Halloween Wars in 2016. After the interview, Bennett asked Vaughan for his number.