The couple was engaged in March when Roloff shared the news with his fans on Instagram. He wrote, "January 16th, 2010 I met Audrey. January 17th, 2010, I was in love. August 15th, 2011 asked her out. March 15th, 2014 I asked this beautiful girl to be mine, and she said yes. Drowning in grace."
The wedding was a down-home event that was described on the invitation as a fun night of "delightful festivities: Feasting, Frolicking, Dancing, Embracing, Toasting, Laughing, Photographing and Rejoicing."
The couple wanted their guests comfortable every step of the way. On their wedding website, they suggested guests "wear shoes capable to walk on gravel, grass and dirt. This is a farm wedding. Bring a coat for a potential wind chill, and maybe an umbrella because oregon [sic] is an awesome state and does what it wants."
E! News reported that the bride wore a gorgeous dress designed by Lauren Graebner that featured a sweetheart neckline and layers of tulle at the bottom. The groom wore a Proper Suit created by Maxamillion.
According to Us Weekly, there were nearly 300 guests in attendance, along with a large bridal party of 12 bridesmaids and 11 groomsmen. Roloff's twin brother Zach served as the best man and Botti's sister Margo was the maid of honor.
Attendees chowed down on delicious food, including chicken mirabella, polenta and a salad with grilled peaches. The dessert was the perfect country wedding accompaniment: an assorted variety of cobbler pies.
The wedding will air on TLC on Sept. 30, but this isn't the only wedding fans can look forward to. Zach is engaged to his girlfriend, Tori Patton, so another family wedding is in the works.
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