"Words cannot express the joy we have felt this weekend celebrating the marriage of our son and his bride Elliott," the 'Full House' alum wrote on Instagram
Candace Cameron Bure is celebrating a special family occasion.
On Tuesday, the Full House alum, 47, shared on Instagram that her 23-year-old son, Lev Bure, tied the knot over the weekend with Elliott Dunham. Alongside a series of photos from the outdoor nuptials, Cameron wrote, "I present to you, Mr. and Mrs. Lev Bure 💍 ♥️."
She went on to reflect on how happy she felt witnessing her son get married. "Words cannot express the joy we have felt this weekend celebrating the marriage of our son and his bride Elliott. We gained a beautiful daughter and a wonderful family to do life with," she continued. "My heart is so full ♥️♥️♥️."
"We talked, we ate, speeches were given, toasts were made, we laughed, we danced, we celebrated 🥂! What a glorious day!!!! This mama is over the moon HAPPY!!!!" she added.
In the photos she shared, Candace could be seen escorting her son down the aisle wearing a gold strapless dress. Lev wore a classic black suit with a black bowtie.
Candace — who also shares daughter Natasha, 25, and son Maksim, 22, with husband Valeri Bure — first revealed Lev's engagement in November 2023, telling Us Weekly that her son's wedding was just weeks away.
"We're gaining a daughter very soon," she said at the time. "My son is getting married just after Christmas, and so we're very excited."
She jokingly added of her involvement in the wedding planning, "Am I a [mother of the] groomzilla? No, I'm not. I promise you I'm not. I feel like it probably is different to be the mother of a groom than the mother of the bride.”
Cameron explained that her role in the process was "just being available and supportive" should the couple need her help with anything.
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Back in 2020, Cameron opened up about entering a new phase in her parenthood journey as an empty-nester now that her kids are grown up and living on their own.
"It’s crazy, I don’t have any kids at home anymore," she said on Good Morning America. "It went so fast. Everyone says that, but when you’re in the position you realize how fast it goes.”
Cameron said her husband was embracing the change — “He was like, ‘I finally have time to do everything I wanna do,’ ” she told GMA — whereas she was really feeling her kids' absence at home.
In an Instagram video that she shared at the time, she even resorted to reading a children's book to her dog.
“I’m reading to Boris now because he is the only one I have left at home,” she joked of the video on GMA. “He is my big, 130-lb. Rottweiler. He is ginormous. His head is twice the size of mine.”
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