Colton Underwood got his final rose.
The former “Bachelor” star married his fiancé, Jordan C. Brown, on Saturday.
Speaking to Peoplethe reality TV star revealed they had a three-day affair at the Carneros Resort and Spa in Napa Valley.
The festivities kicked off on Friday with a family dinner and welcome party for their 200 guests.
Then, on Saturday morning, the groom and groom tied the knot.
The two wore custom Tom Ford suits with Underwood opting for a deep green, while his political strategist husband chose blue, a nod to the theme of their wedding.
“We wanted trees around and sunshine,” Brown told the outlet ahead of their wedding. “It was really important for us to get married outside.”
The wedding featured a choir and orchestra that greeted guests as they made their way to their seats. They also designed a photo mural featuring images of men in love.
Colton detailed, “One thing that’s really important to both of us is that we’ve created this, we’re calling it ‘our loving walk.’ It’s inspired from a coffee table book that I was gifted after I came out called Loving and it’s images of men in love throughout history.
“We blew them up and put them on canvases and set them around the resort. Next to them will be love letters from queer people in the 18th and 19th century that were forbidden or they had to send in secret.”
Brown added, “It’s really cool. It helps us to pay tribute to the people who paved the way for all same-sex couples who now can get married.”
Underwood further explained that they wanted to make their nuptials “special” because a lot of people attending had never been to a queer wedding.
Once married, Stanford University’s artistic swimming team performed in the pool as guests exited the ceremony.
At the reception, they served family-style plates of salads, vegetables, steak, fish and pasta. As for dessert, guests enjoyed chocolate chip cookies and mini lemon meringue pies.
Underwood and Brown danced their first dance as a married couple to “The Good Ones” by Gabby Barrett, which they explained to the outlet, “It’s just one of those songs that both remind us of each other and special to us.”
Underwood, 31, teased on Jan. 16 that the nuptials were coming up, sharing photos via Instagram of himself and Brown at a friend’s wedding.
“i have good news. the next wedding we attend will be our own,” he captioned the post.
The newlyweds were first linked in September 2021 when they were spotted packing on the PDA at the Four Seasons resort in Maui, Hawaii.
Underwood and Brown announced their engagement in February 2022.
“I’m extremely happy! 2021 was the most transformative year of my life,” the former reality TV star told People at the time. “Starting 2022 off with my best friend, teammate and now fiancé is something I never thought was going to be possible.”
Underwood shared that he and the political strategist decided to spend the rest of their lives together during a trip to California’s Big Sur.
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The “Bachelor in Paradise” alum later revealed they would say “I do” in a nontraditional ceremony.
“That aspect of our relationship and our engagement and even, you know, our wedding, when it comes time to plan that, we’re going to be doing it, hopefully, in a nontraditional, fun, weird way,” he said on Amazon Live. “It’s going to be authentic to us instead of trying to fit into some mold.”
Underwood — who was the “Bachelor” in 2019 during Season 23 — came out as gay in April 2021, just months before he started seeing Brown.
“I’ve ran from myself for a long time. I’ve hated myself for a long time,” he said on “Good Morning America” at the time.
“I’m gay. I came to terms with that earlier this year, and the next step in all of this was sort of letting people know. … I’m the happiest and healthiest I’ve ever been in my life. That means the world to me.”
Underwood was previously in a relationship with his “Bachelor” winner, Cassie Randolph.
The former football player dated Randolph until their breakup in April 2020. Just a few months later, she filed for a restraining order against him for allegedly stalking and harassing her. Randolph dropped the case in November 2020.
“I would like to say sorry for how things ended,” Underwood said in his coming-out interview while reflecting on the scandal. “I messed up. I made a lot of bad choices.”