She’s officially a married woman! Trading Spaces star Genevieve Gorder, 44, tied the knot with her designer and builder fiancé, Christian Dunbar, over the weekend. The pair had a very intimate ceremony in Morocco with their close family and friends and documented the happy celebration on Instagram.

Before Genevieve took Christian’s hand in marriage, she posted a cute photo of herself and her soulmate wearing white robes shortly before they began their wedding festivities. “Let’s throw a party shall we?” Genevieve captioned the sweet pic on Friday, Sept. 21. 

Wedding guests also documented the beautiful celebration on social media and posted pics of a gorgeous Moroccan dinner that they shared with the newlyweds. Last February, Christian and Genevieve confirmed their engagement to People with the TV star gushing. “It takes a pretty big love to interrupt a beautiful life… this one was undeniable. So off we go to the dance again.” 

Genevieve has a 10-year-old daughter named Bebelle from a previous marriage and Christian is often spotted on social media hanging out with both Genevieve and her little girl. The proud mom previously took to Instagram to share a pic of herself and Bebelle, casually showing off her engagement ring — and it is stunning! 

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Christian, who’s worked with Genevieve in the past, has even made an appearance on the new Trading Spaces revival. “Guess who’s back… So truly humbled/honored to be able to play a tiny part in the return of the original series that started it all,” he previously wrote on Instagram in October 2017. 

The highly-anticipated revival premiered last April on TLC, and Genevieve has returned as one of the designers. “I think sentimentally, we’re going back to a lot of things we loved in the early 2000s,” she exclusively told Closer Weekly in a previous interview. “I also feel like it’s just easy feel-good [television], and we all need a big dose of it right now.” 

“The personalities and chemistry are all the same — we’re just much better designers! The biggest difference since we first started Trading Spaces is the tech landscape. We didn’t have smartphones, Pinterest, Amazon or GPS! We helped train a lot of design enthusiasts who are ready for next,” Genevieve revealed to Closer, adding that “it was such a surprise and delight to do it again.”