It's been quite some time since kids were watching Josh Peck's antics on Drake & Josh. So much time in fact, that the 30-year-old Nickelodeon alum has gone and gotten married! This past weekend, Peck tied the knot with his love Paige O'Brien in Malibu, California. And a few celebrity wedding guests, including John Stamos, were there to witness the nuptials. However, there was one celeb noticeably missing from the ceremony: Peck's onscreen brother, Drake Bell.
In March of last year, Peck's then-fiancé first hinted at their engagement on social media. O'Brien took to Instagram to share a photo of herself and Peck in front of the Eiffel Tower, with her bridal bling (a chic cushion-cut diamond ring) in full view. Then later in June, O'Brien posted another shot of herself, Peck, and that beautiful bling to Instagram, this time confirming the nuptial news by thanking her love for the ring in the caption. Now, after an engagement that's lasted presumably a little over a year, this cutesy couple has officially tied the knot.
What did this bride don for her walk down the aisle? Well, according to some stunning shots that have popped up on social media, O'Brien chose an ivory-hued strapless sweetheart wedding dress, complete with summery floral embroidery. Meanwhile, her groom went with a classic black tux, which he showed off on Instagram ahead of the big day.
"What do you guys think of this look?" Peck captioned the social media shot of himself trying on his wedding day tux. "Getting ready for a big night coming up, plus I'll be able to wear this when I eventually become a waiter," he joked.
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Among the guests at Peck and O'Brien's summer soirée was the groom's Grandfathered co-star, John Stamos, who posed with the newlyweds in the sunshine. But umm... Isn't there someone missing there?
That's right—Peck's former Drake & Josh co-star, Drake Bell, didn't make the guest list cut. We guess the two just aren't as close as their sitcom counterparts.
But this is one wannabe wedding guest who isn't taking his invite snub laying down. Bell is actually salt AF over not being invited to the nuptials and got pretty passive aggressive over the situation on Twitter.
"When you're not invited to the wedding the message is clear," Bell tweeted (and has since apparently deleted), according to Pop Buzz. In another now-deleted tweet, Bell wrote "I'll miss ya brotha," also posting a pic of himself and Peck during happier days.
Umm... As amusing as this Twitter drama is, this is so not okay. Imagine if your third cousin or your mother-in-law's coworker started passive aggressively tweeting about not scoring an invite to your nuptials?