Mark Ballas and fiance BC Jean
Instagram/Mark Ballas

The long Thanksgiving weekend saw many celebrities fly down to Los Angeles to watch Dancing With The Stars' Mark Ballas and singer BC Jean exchange wedding vows. The professional dancers tied the knot at Calamigos Ranch in Malibu in the presence of family members and friends.

While the beautiful ceremony ended on November 25, the celebrations lasted over the long holiday weekend. Stars took to social media to congratulate the couple and one of the sweetest messages was from Ballas' best man Derek Hough.

Posting a picture of the newly-wedded couple, Hough's message on Instagram read: "Such an honor to be the best man at my brother's wedding. Witnessing their love sealed under a beautiful Oak tree in front of family friends was such a special moment."

He goes on to wish the couple on their special occasion, "Like the tree May you Stand together tall and proud, may you always go out on a limb for one another. To stay grounded and dig your roots in deep so that you may weather any storm. And always continue to grow, stronger and higher reaching towards the heavens. And to always enjoy the view. Love you two."

The best man had earlier posted a picture of a vintage pocket watch on Instagram, captioned "Its Time," conveying the beginning of the wedding proceedings. Celebrities like Sharna Burgess, Val Chmerkovskiy, Cheryl Burke, Emma Slater and Sasha Farber attended the beautiful wedding.

In January, the couple had announced their engagement and said that they were ready to take the next step in their relationship. "Guess the cats out the bag. We kept it on the quiet for a while as we just wanted to soak it in over the holidays, but we are excited to share the news with you all now," Ballas had written on Instagram.

With the wedding weekend wrapped up, the two stars are getting back to their busy schedules. However, the professional dancer's bachelor party is still due. The party will take place in January because of his jam-packed schedule, he told ET Online. The actor said that his commitment starring as Frankie Valli on Broadway musical Jersey Boys was the reason for the delayed bash.