The pair wrote their own vows, and said their I Do’s in front of 240 guests. Some fellow Olympic champions were in attendance such as Dick Button, Dorothy Hammill, and Brian Boitano.
The couple was clearly ready to be Mr. and Mrs. as they shared a kiss before the “you may now kiss the bride” conclusion of the ceremony.
A guest tells people, “A few minutes later, ‘the minister said, ‘And for their second kiss as Mr. and Mrs. Clay Pell’ and everyone laughed.”
The guest also said, “You could feel the love Michelle and Clay have for each other.”
The guest witnessed the truth to what Kwan told PEOPLE in September following their engagement announcement, "I never was one who believed in love at first sight, but I have to admit it happened for us. I felt there was a magnetic connection between us. I thought he was the one from the beginning."
Kwan, now 32, is a senior advisor for public diplomacy and public affairs, while husband Pell, 31, is a director for strategic planning on the National Security staff at the White House.
Though Kwan is now a wife and a senior advisor, she will forever be remembered as the nine-time U.S. national figure skating champion and five-time world champion. Considered as one of the best figure skaters of all time, she was known for her consistency and expressive artistry on ice.
Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Pell!