The first hint that ex-Baywatch star Carmen Electra and Jane's Addiction guitarist Dave Navarro were planning something unique for their nuptials was the platinum and red invitation. Attire, the note said, should be "hot and sexy." And when the 200 guests (including Hugh Hefner and Kelly and Jack Osbourne) arrived at L.A.'s St. Regis Hotel on Nov. 22, they were greeted by black-clad gentlemen in red masks—a nod to one of the pair's favorite films, Eyes Wide Shut—and then escorted into a Garden of Eden, complete with projected water walls, flowered metal vines and a white python. "It was all about the sexy part of Carmen," says wedding producer Randie Pellegrini, "and the rock and roll part of Dave."

As the ceremony got under way at 5:30 p.m., Electra, 31, told a friend, "What's really going to touch my heart is when my dad takes a step back when walking down the aisle and my husband takes his place." For his part, Navarro, 36, said, "I'm nervous! I'm marrying the girl of my dreams." Preceded by a maid of honor and four bridesmaids (among them Sharon Osbourne), Electra made her entrance in a strapless beaded Badgley Mischka cream gown, accented by Neil Lane chandelier drop earrings. Gazing at Navarro, who wore a Gucci suit, Electra joked during her vows, "I thought I would never marry a guy who looks in the mirror more than I do." Throughout the evening "there was just as much laughter as there were tears," says wedding stylist Amanda Reno. "They found the one, and they wanted to shout it from the rooftops."

Wynonna & Roach
Married Nov. 22

They met 12 years ago when he was hired as her security guard—but this real-life version of The Bodyguard came with a happy ending. After sharing their first kiss four years ago, country star Wynonna Judd, 39, and D.R. Roach, 46, wed on Nov. 22 in front of an intimate group of some 50 friends and family at Garrison United Methodist Church near Judd's home in Leiper's Fork, Tenn. "It sounds corny to say it, but she fell in love with her best friend, and he fell in love with his," says longtime Judd friend and Nashville music executive Lisa Ramsey. "Every-one was so happy to know how perfect these two are for each other and how loved she feels."

Especially her close clan. Judd's sister Ashley, 35, served as matron of honor; her mom, Naomi, 57, who hosted a girls-only lunch the day before, "did the mom thing in the front row," says Ramsey. Escorted down the aisle by Naomi's husband, Larry Strickland, Judd, in a lacy cream-colored Jane Booke gown, said her vows impromptu. Then, Judd's daughter Grace, 7, and son Elijah, 8, swapped self-written sibling vows and rings with Roach's son Zac, 14. That evening the newlyweds held a huge dinner reception out-side Nashville at Fontanel, a log cabin-style mansion built by Barbara Mandrell. "Only Wynonna could host 600 guests," says music exec Dennis Hannon, "and still create an atmosphere of warmth and intimacy."