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Celebrity Green Couple Amy Smart and Carter Oosterhouse Tie the Knot

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Actress Amy Smart and HGTV’s Carter Oosterhouse walked down the aisle and were married this past Saturday.

Known for their green initiatives, the couple wed in Oosterhouse’s hometown of Traverse City, Michigan with 215 guests in attendance. “He’s from there and my parents live there so it’s been my second home since I was very young.” Smart told US Weekly.

“We feel so excited and blessed to celebrate this happy day with our family and friends,” she said. 

The couple met at an environmental charity event in Nov. 2010, where they had an instant connection. A source told US Weekly, “He’s an eco-carpenter; Amy drives a hybrid and is the greenest girl I know. They are perfect for each other. Here are two wholesome, kind, sweet Midwestern types. Neither has sold out and gone Hollywood.”

Smart, 35, is known for her acting skills in movies such as ‘Varsity Blues,’ ‘The Butterfly Effect’ and she is currently filming a supernatural thriller ‘Glimmer.’ Her hubby, 34, has been known around the home-improvement world, not only as the sexy carpenter, but as the host of HGTV’s ‘Carter Can.’

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