Property Brothers star Drew Scott is officially off the market.

Drew married his fiancee, Linda Phan, in a romantic outdoor ceremony in Italy on Saturday, People reported.

The couple reportedly exchanged vows in front of 300 guests, including family and friends who traveled all the way from Canada, Latin America and Scotland to attend.

"We are still floating on clouds... today couldn't have been more magical," Drew and Linda told the magazine.

"Surrounded by so many loved ones in such a beautiful place was unreal. We are very, very lucky. Friends, family, amazing food, blue skies and being even more in love than ever before -- what more could we ask for?"

The wedding festivities began on May 9 with Drew and Linda enjoying respective bachelor and bachelorette excursions, such as bike riding and cooking classes.

A welcome party was then hosted by the couple on May 11, where guests could take advantage of artisan booths such as cheese and pasta making.

"There was never a thought of doing anything else for both of us," Drew said. "A whole week to hang out on a beach, enjoy each others' company: that sounded like the perfect wedding to us."

Linda reportedly had 10 bridesmaids with no maid of honor, while Drew asked his twin brother Jonathan Scott and older brother James Daniel to both serve as his best men.

Drew, 40, and his groomsmen wore kilts for the ceremony, according to People, but the former Dancing with the Stars contestant later changed into a custom tuxedo for the reception.

For their first dance, the newlyweds surprised everyone with a choreographed routine by Emma Slater and Sasha Farber. Drew had been paired with Emma on Dancing with the Stars' 25th season and they finished in fourth place.

Drew and Linda's cake featured buttercream frosting with four flavors inside -- vanilla with goat cheese and strawberry balsamic, organic red velvet, carrot, and chocolate hazelnut. The cake will reportedly be shown on the upcoming June 25 episode of Cake Hunters on Food Network.

In lieu of a registry, the couple asked guests to donate to the non-profit ME to WE, which works to provide people around the world with access to clean water.
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As for wedding favors, Drew and Linda gifted their guests with two travel bags, custom pizza cutters and plates. The set has been made available for purchase on Amazon, with a portion of each sale going to the Me to WE charity.

Drew and Linda have kept their honeymoon destination under wraps, but the couple is apparently most excited about simply starting their lives together as husband and wife.

"I'm most looking forward to spending more time together," Drew gushed to People. "We've been working so hard for so long, I'm looking forward to making plans to settle down and just enjoy doing nothing once in a while."

Drew and Linda first met in 2010 and got engaged in December 2016 after six years of dating.

Property Brothers: Linda & Drew Say I Do is set to premiere Saturday, June 2 at 9PM ET/PT on TLC.

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.