West Wing's Dule Hill Marries Sweetheart

07/14/2004 at 11:00 AM EDT

West Wing's Dule Hill Marries Sweetheart
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Dule Hill, best known as presidential aide Charlie Young on NBC's The West Wing, and his fiancée of two years, actress Nicole Lyn, tied the knot last Saturday in a sunset wedding on Jamaica's Montego Bay, PEOPLE reports.

Surrounded by 200 friends and family members at the Round Hill Hotel (both Hill and Lyn's families are from Jamaica), Hill, 29, and Lyn, 26, recited their own vows to each other, as Hill's grandfather, the Rev. Barris Hill, officiated.

"They both looked amazing," a guest tells PEOPLE. "They were both glowing."

Lyn's gown, designed by Pamela Dennis, "fit her perfectly," says a friend. Hill's butter yellow linen suit was by Woody Wilson. Scott Kay designed their rings.

The most emotional moment came when the bride arrived. "When Dule saw Nicole coming down the aisle, he completely welled up. It made us all start bawling," says a guest.

Afterwards, the couple danced their first dance as husband and wife to a Luther Vandross ballad, looking "incredibly happy together and just completely in love," says another guest.

Also on the dancefloor until the wee hours: fellow West Wing-ers Richard Schiff, Joshua Molina and the show's creator and former executive producer, Aaron Sorkin.

Guests noshed on Caribbean and Chinese cuisine, a nod to Lyn's Chinese-born father. Gift bags also included such Jamaican souvenirs as rum cake, Blue Mountain coffee beans, Scotch Bonnet hot sauce, a Jamaican shot glass and a reggae CD made by Hill.

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