What started as a reality-show pairing has turned into a life partnership for actress Kristy Swanson and professional figure skater Lloyd Eisler.

Swanson, 39, and Eisler, 44, got married Saturday (Feb. 7) in San Luis Obispo, Calif., in front of 100 guests. They have been a couple since being paired on the FOX show "Skating with Celebrities" in 2006.

"It was awesome and I feel amazing," Swanson tells People. "[The ceremony] was perfect" -- even though, she says, Eisler's cell phone, which he'd neglected to silence, rang near the end.

The couple have a 2-year-old son, Magnus, together. Eisler also has two children from a prior marriage; all three kids were in attendance Saturday. Swanson and Eisler's first dance was to Edwin McCain's "I'll Be," which they skated to on the FOX show.

Swanson was the original "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," starring in the 1992 film. More recently, she's guested on "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" and starred in the Sci Fi Channel movie "The Black Hole." Eisler is a two-time Olympic bronze medalist (1992 and '94) in pairs figure skating.