“Home…that’s the one place that you’ll find seventh heaven.” The lyrics of the beloved family drama’s theme music proved prophetic in the show’s 150th episode, as Lucy Camden– walking on cloud nine as she ventured down the aisle– said “I do” to the man in whose heart she had made her home, Kevin Kinkirk. Professing their devotion at the pulpit of Reverend Camden’s church, there was no greater feeling than the love of family as this TV twosome were pronounced husband and wife.
As middle daughter Lucy Camden, actress Beverley Mitchell walked down the aisle in a design from Diamond Bride.
The locket Lucy wore on her wedding day was her “something old.”
In a case of life imitating art, Beverley Mitchell’s small screen siblings Jessica Biel and Mackenzie Rosman were bridesmaids at her 2008 I do’s to longtime love Michael Cameron. The couple were pronounced husband and wife at the Santa Maria della Gradillo Church in Ravello, Italy in October 2008.
Scenes of the Glen Oaks Community Church were filmed at the Church of North Hollywood in Studio City, California.
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I thought it was so sweet that Reverend Camden presided over his daughter’s wedding.– Amanda
I grew up watching 7th Heaven, and when Lucy walked down the aisle it was like seeing my own sister’s wedding ceremony.– Charlotte
Just loved it.– Susan
Lucy’s wedding dress was just beautiful– it was very demure and suited her character perfectly.– Christine
I had to laugh when Lucy jumped the gun with her “I do”– I was so excited and nervous on my wedding day that I did the same thing!– Marion
There are very few series today that leave you with a warm feeling inside. 7th Heaven was one of those shows, and I remember that Lucy and Kevin’s wedding brought a tear to my eye.– Pamela
It was cute, brought back some memories for me.– Linda
I loved the show– 7th Heaven rocks.– Peter
Beverley Mitchell— Far from her clean cut role in the long-running WB/CW series, the actress would test her acting chops in the fright flick Saw II in 2005. Exchanging scripts for sheet music, Ms. Mitchell recorded an eponymous CD in 2007, which landed in the top 30 on the US country charts.
George Stults— Like the actress who portrayed his TV wife, Stults stepped away from family-oriented roles following his stint on the series. The actor’s credits include the SyFy Channel original Hydra and the upcoming horror movie Necrosis.
Stephen Collins— The star’s resume includes a wide range of roles, from Commander Willard Decker in Star Trek: The Motion Picture to John F. Kennedy in the TV movie A Woman Named Jackie. His talents reaching beyond the screen, Collins is also the author of two novels, while his singing skills have been showcased in several CDs.
Catherine Hicks— Long before stepping into the shoes of the matriarch of the Camden clan, Ms. Hicks slipped into a pair of stilettos for her portrayal of sex symbol Marilyn Monroe in Marilyn: The Untold Story, a role which garnered the actress an Emmy nomination.
Photos courtesy Picapp