PHOTOS: A ‘Big Brother’ Reunion at One Houseguest’s Wedding

Congratulations are in order for a “Big Brother” season 17 houseguest. Becky Burgess tied the knot recently with her “Big Brother” family there to support her. Check out the gorgeous photos below.

The Happy Couple Got Married On a Mountain in Colorado

Burgess and her now-husband Patrick Durst were married atop a ski slope at the Arapahoe Basin Ski Area in Dillon, Colorado, then they rode the ski lift down the mountain with a sign on the back that reads, “Just married.” Burgess’ Instagram post of the big moment was captioned, “The day I married my best friend.”

The photographer posted the same photo to Instagram and Burgess commented, “OH MY GOODNESS!!! This takes my breath away, I can’t wait to see the rest of our photos!”

On Instagram, one wedding guest gushed about the whole weekend and even revealed that Burgess booked the venue before they were even engaged — guess she really had her heart set on getting married there.

“Becky and Patrick know what’s important in life. I loved your wedding because I got to see how strong your love is and how many people you have in your lives that truly care about you. That’s what it’s all about! Love you to the moon and back Becky!! Congratulations and thank you for the memories!” wrote the guest named Abby.

According to his LinkedIn profile, Durst is a certified financial planner for LifeMark Securities Corp in the Denver area.

It Was a ‘Big Brother 17’ Reunion

Among the wedding guests were “Big Brother 17” castmates Liz and Julia Nolan, Jeff Weldon, and Jackie Ibarra. On one of their Instagram posts, the Nolan twins wrote, “From an epic reality show to lifelong friends, congrats Becky + Patrick,” and Ibarra added on her own Instagram account, “Congratulations Becky & Patrick on your beautiful wedding! Thank you for an incredible time! We love you! Xo.”

In an Instagram video, the Nolan twins also shared that this was their first “Big Brother” wedding and it was such a “humbling” experience.

“We just got back from Colorado … it was epic. We had a ‘Big Brother 17’