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Camille Grammer Shares Details About Her Hawaiian Wedding To David C. Meyer; Says “It Was Like Something Out Of A Fairy Tale”

On Saturday, October 20, Camille Grammer and David C. Meyer tied the knot in a Hawaiian wedding. Now, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star gushes about her nuptials and explains why she chose Hawaii as the wedding destination.

“Hawaii is my special place,” she told PEOPLE. “I have so much respect for the Hawaiian culture. It’s all about ohana, family, love, respect for the land and respect for each other.”

The wedding had 85 guests, including Grammer’s co-stars Kyle Richards, Dorit Kemsley, Lisa Rinna and Teddi Mellencamp, were welcomed to the outdoor ceremony with floral leis and mai tais.

Bridesmaids, including Richards and Grammer’s daughter Mason as well as Grammer’s friends Rose Colonna, Thea Johnston and Karen Huner, wore navy gowns by Jenny Packham, reports the publication.

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Grammer wore a “royal-inspired” Malan Breton gown and was escorted by her father Joseph Donatacci as she walked down the aisle to meet her groom.

“The sky was blue, the sun was setting, a breeze was blowing and it was so romantic,” recalls Grammer. “It was like something out of a fairy tale. And there was a rainbow. To me, that means we’ve made it over the rainbow and found each other. This is our new life.”

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Seated in the round so everyone had a view of the bride and groom as guests watched as they exchanged their vows. Camille says “I wanted it to be intimate.”

“I welled up,” Grammer admits. “And David started crying- he’s a softie at heart! It was such a special moment.”

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After the ceremony, guests enjoyed a meal with “Hawaiian flair” that included a filet, local fish wrapped in banana leaves, poi and taro chips. “We wanted everything to be really authentic,” says Grammer, reports PEOPLE.

The party got lit - literally - when fire dancers wowed the crowd, as well as hula and traditional Hawaiian dancers. And then the party really began. “There was eating, drinking and dancing,” says Grammer. “Kyle and I were cutting a rug!”

When the reception finally wound down at 11:30pm, Grammer says she was grateful for her perfect day. “I’m so excited to share my life with David,” says Grammer. “It was a spectacular day, and I feel just wonderful.”

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