Roper, 29, and Tolbert, 28, join three couples from the franchise who previously tied the knot on television: Rehn and Sutter in 2003, Ashley Hebert and J.P. Rosenbaum in 2012, and Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici in 2014. Lowe and Giudici's wedding was the only one to air live.
Roper and Tolbert got engaged on the second season of Bachelor in Paradise, which aired in September of last year.
Once ABC let the cat out of the bag, the pair began to blast their love all over social media. Roper also decided to move in with Tolbert in Kansas City, MO. Earlier this month, they put a down deposit on property to build a new home.
The sweet couple documented the events leading up to their big day on Instagram, including shopping for their wedding registry at Crate & Barrel. Roper bragged about how her fiance is "a good man" for missing NFL Playoffs to run errands with her all day.
Roper first appeared on Soules' edition of The Bachelor and made it to hometown dates. Tanner vied for Kaitlyn Bristowe's affection on The Bachelorette's eleventh season but didn't make it that far.
Roper and Tolbert dated from Day 1 in Paradise, spending every day and night together in Mexico. The fact they were so inseparable all season long made fans anticipate Tolbert popping the question at the end. They were one of two couples to leave Bachelor in Paradise's second edition in a relationship -- and the only one to get engaged.