Former Shahs of Sunset star Lilly Ghalichi is officially off the market.

Ghalichi, 34, tied the knot with Dara Mir at The Beverly Hills Hotel in California on Saturday.

At the start of her special day, Ghalichi shared a photo of her Ryan & Walter Bridal ballgown on Instagram prior to walking down the aisle.

"It's almost time....Custom wedding gown by @ryanandwalter #GhalichiGlam," she captioned a video of the dress.

On Sunday, the bride posted a few photos from her big day on social media -- including one of herself getting her hair done as her toy dog sat in her lap and another in which the bride and groom kissed after cutting the cake.

Ghalichi appeared to change into a sleek, sexy and form-fitting dress for her reception.

The beautiful bride also shared a video on Instagram in which she was holding Mir's hand and giving him a kiss outside of her picturesque venue.

The couple's wedding day was adorned by cream and blush roses and peonies in addition to white orchids.

Ghalichi and Mir even exchanged vows in front of a giant flower wall similar to what fans saw when Keeping Up with the Kardashians star Kim Kardashian married Kanye West in Florence, Italy a couple of years back.

Rich Kids of Beverly Hills stars Dorothy Wang and Jonny Drubel apparently attended the lavish ceremony. Wang rocked a turquoise dress, to the formal event, while Drubel wore a traditional black tuxedo.

Ghalichi and Mir began dating in March 2016 and got engaged in late August of that year.

Ghalichi revealed to Bravo's The Daily Dish at the time that her man proposed on the grounds of their future home in Bel-Air within a scene of chandeliers, candles and flowers.

The fifth season of Shahs of Sunset premiered in April 2016 and wrapped four months later.
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About The Author: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski
Elizabeth Kwiatkowski is Associate Editor of Reality TV World and has been covering the reality TV genre for more than a decade.