For only having two days notice, Victoria Prince was quite the bride.
Federline got down on one knee and said, "Victoria Prince, will you marry me in two days, in front of 30 of our closest family and friends?" (Watch it all go down in the clip below!)
And that's exactly what they did.
Dressed in a classic white, strapless bridal gown designed by Maggie Sottero, Prince walked down the aisle alongside her father to the music of Christina Perri's "A Thousand Years," during the ceremony held at The Hard Rock Hotel.
"I promise to be the best mother to our children, and be the wife that you deserve," an emotional Prince told her hubby-to-be. "I can't wait to spend the rest of my life with you."
Federline donned a Jean Yves suit, while the couple's 2-year-old daughter, Jordan Kay, took on the role of flower girl.
The rings were made by Las Vegas jewelers, who also let the bride borrow $50,000 worth of bling for her big day (pretty generous, right?). The reception featured a fully catered buffet by the hotel's chefs, along with a giant Tiffany's box cake surrounded by matching cupcakes.
After the initial announcement of the event, Prince told E! News, "For the first time in my life, I got a taste of heaven!"
The couple began dating back in 2008 and are proud parents to their daughter Jordan, who was born in August 2011.
Victoria shared a pic of her daughter en route to Vegas with the caption: "Road trip with mommy, daddy, and grandma!! bestgma federline4real
Congratulations to the couple!
—Reporting by Michelle Falls