Journey’s Neil Schon and and reality-TV personality, Michaele Salahi (who made her claim to fame by attempting to crash a White House dinner during her stint on Bravo’s Real Housewives of D.C.) officially said “I do” in San Francisco this past Sunday before friends, family, and anyone who paid $14.95 to watch the couple exchange their vows on Pay-Per-View.

People confirmed the news of the couple’s public nuptials over the weekend, saying that the pair reportedly paid $250,000 in permits to rent and film under the rotunda at the San Francisco Palace of Fine Arts. Additionally it was reported that part of the event’s $14.95 PPV price is said to be going to typhoon relief in the Philippines, home of Journey lead singer Arnel Pineda.

While the couple may have publicly broadcast their wedding ceremony for the world to see, don’t expect the Journey guitarist and the former Real Housewife to be gearing up for a stint on reality TV anytime soon. In a recent interview with The Daily Beast, Schon said they have refrained from going into the reality television sphere until now because they’re “not interested in any drama.”