Carly Waddell and Evan Bass have officially wed despite the recent Bachelor in Paradise scandal.

Carly and Evan, the only couple from Bachelor in Paradise's third season to stay together, tied the knot in a beach wedding at Vidanta Nuevo Vallarta resort near Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, where Bachelor in Paradise is filmed, People reported.

The quirky couple reportedly exchanged vows on a lawn overlooking the beach and ocean, and franchise host Chris Harrison officiated the ceremony.

Colorful strands of Mexican pom poms hung from trees for wedding decor, according to a photo obtained by People, and guests at the event included Season 11 The Bachelorette star Kaitlyn Bristowe as well as Season 21 The Bachelor star Nick Viall and his fiancee Vanessa Grimaldi, who all sat in the front row.

Carly wore a nude and white strapless, mermaid-style dress with her hair gently gracing one shoulder in a loose braid. Evan sported a gray suit.

The reality TV stars wrote their own vows and read them for about 20 minutes before sharing a long kiss as man and wife, E! News reported.

Carly reportedly selected a Neil Lane wedding eternity band that features channel-set diamonds all the way around worth $50,000, while Evan picked out a straight, wide platinum band by Neil Lane estimated to cost about $1500.

The pair previously revealed that Wells Adams would serve as a groomsman in the wedding, while Shawn Booth, Vinny Ventiera, and Luke Pell would all be on the guest list. Jade Roper and Juelia Kinney were also chosen to serve as bridesmaids, while Chris Soules ex-fiancee Whitney Bischoff was expected to be in attendance.

The wedding was filmed in the same area where production on Season 4 of Bachelor in Paradise was "indefinitely" shut down earlier this month for a Warner Bros. investigation stemming from allegations of "misconduct" on the set.

The incident in question is a sexual encounter between DeMario Jackson and Corinne Olympios in which conflicting claims have surfaced over whether their drunken activity was consensual or not. Corinne released a statement calling herself a traumatized "victim," while DeMario alleges his character has been wrongly "assassinated" and footage will prove he's innocent.

While it doesn't look like the season will resume filming for a Summer 2017 debut -- considering the show's fourth edition was scheduled to premiere August 8 -- cameras stuck around to tape Carly and Evan's big day.

The wedding will reportedly air on ABC later this year, although the date and time of the special has yet to be announced.

In April, Carly and Evan conducted an interview with E! News in which they discussed their love after getting engaged on Bachelor in Paradise's third season last summer. They are now the only couple from Bachelor in Paradise's history currently married, along with Jade Roper and Tanner Tolbert.

"I think that relationship wise, we're definitely more in love than we ever were before. I think we fall more for each other every day which is fun," Carly explained. "It was always good, [but] it's just that as we got to know each other better and better. We fell for each other even harder. We've never had a bad spell. It's always been consistently good."

Carly, a former cruise ship singer, added that Evan is "very accepting" of her flaws and she appreciates how he is "nonjudgmental."

Meanwhile, Evan told the website, "[I love] Carly's openness. I know exactly where she stands at all times about everything... [She has an] ability to process her emotions without a filter. I really love that she wears her heart on her sleeve and is able to just communicate without fear of anything."

Carly and Evan have been living together in Nashville, TN, with the erectile dysfunction specialist's three boys Nathan, Liam, and Ensley.