David Coulier married his longtime girlfriend Melissa Bring in a beautiful Montana ceremony on Wednesday. The wedding was a full house literally as many of Coulier's "Full House" co-stars were on hand to celebrate the 54-year old's marriage. On Thursday the New York Daily News reported on David Coulier's nuptials that featured many familiar faces from '80's sitcom history.
True to the stories that the cast of "Full House" still stay friendly and keep in touch, many of them were on hand for Coulier's wedding. Known to many as "Uncle Joey," Coulier is now starting his own full house with his brand new wife Melissa Bring. Coulier and Bring tied the knot after almost ten years together.
The Montana wedding was private and not publicized but fans caught on quick as "Full House" cast members began posting pictures on social media. Candace Cameron Bure, who recently competed on "Dancing With The Stars" posted several photos to her Instagram account while in Montana. Those photos included several of herself posing with David Coulier, John Stamos and Andrea Barber who played annoying friend Kimmy Gibbler.
The only notable "Full House" stars not in attendance were Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen as well as Lori Loughlin. It is unclear why the women did not attend and nothing has been said about their absence.
Bob Saget was absent from the Montana photo fun but Bure assured fans that he would be there to make a toast to Coulier. She said Saget and Coulier have been great friends for years and even quipped that she would probably cry when Saget spoke because she will be laughing so hard.
This isn't the first reunion for the "Full House" cast. Many of the TV sitcom family were present when Candace was competing on "Dancing With The Stars." According to Bure, the former cast mates see each other all the time and remain very close.