Belbin, who is retired from competitive ice skating, also sported sparkling earrings and veil and kept her long blond hair loose. They also came in fourth place at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. The groom looked sharp in a black Ralph Lauren tux and a pale pink rose boutonniere.

Not for lack of effort, but it's harder to concentrate when you're growing up," said Belbin, who was a month shy of her 14th birthday when she and Agosto began skating together in 1998.

"We were really able to focus on our goals and approach our season as mature adults with one common goal in mind," she said.

Tanith, 30, wore an ivory Modern Trousseu gown, while Charlie, 27, wore Ralph Lauren.

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Ice-dance teams in the United States used to be as stable as Hollywood marriages, with couples fizzling after a year or two and an endless recycling of partners. couples have been together at least seven years - and Belbin said it helps in ways they couldn't have imagined even a few years ago.

Not exactly a recipe for success in a discipline in which it still takes years to win over the judges and move up in the standings. "With experience comes a dedication and focus maybe we didn't have in the past.

They worked on their speed, and did more strength training.

And after hearing criticism that their lifts weren't difficult enough, they worked with a coach who specializes on lifts.

Charlie and his partner Meryl Davis won the United States' first ice dancing gold medal at the Sochi Olympics last year.

Tanith and her partner Benjamin Agosto won silver at the 2006 Turin Olympics.

Retired ice dancer Lauren Fenft was Belbin's maid of honor, while White's Olympic skating partner, Meryl Davis (pictured below, with White at the Sochi Olympics), and his three sisters served as bridesmaids and wore pink, reported.