Aspyn Brown tied the knot with her fiance, Mitch Thompson, after a short five-month engagement. She is the daughter of Christine and Kody Brown from the Sister Wives reality show.
The venue, the La Caille restaurant, was decorated with beautiful red flowers and the bride's bouquet was made up of an assortment of white flowers.
They chose the venue because it was 'beautiful on its own,' which cut the decorating expenses in half. It also offered a gorgeous view of the mountains in the background.
Instead of spending hours planning and worrying about the decor, the couple could spend that quality time with their loved ones instead.
The ceremony was only attended by 120 family members and friends, while a 400-person reception was held at La Caille's greenhouse.
The couple didn't have a bridal party, instead opting to have only ten flower girls. They also didn't exchange rings and wrote their vows themselves.
The ceremony included the Celtic handfasting tradition, where the bride and groom's hands are tied together to signify their unending devotion to each other.
Aspyn's bridal gown, a breathtakingly beautiful satin and beaded creation, was designed by Alfred Angelo, while Mitch and the father-of-the-bride wore kilts to the ceremony.
In honor of Mitch's Scottish ancestry, his mother also made unique hats for Aspyn's four mothers, Kody's sister wives: Christine, Meri, Robyn, and Janelle.
Aspyn and Mitch met through their church group but went their separate ways after a while. It was only after Aspyn's uncle asked her out about their relationship that she decided to look Mitch up again.
The reality show that made her famous, Sister Wives, will return to TLC for its eighth season; however, a release date has not yet been confirmed. To stay informed, follow our Twitter account, AmoMama USA.