Survivor: San Juan del Sur -- Blood vs. Water couple Jon Misch and Jaclyn Schultz have tied the knot!

Misch and Schultz wed in Detroit on Sunday at the Shrine Chapel in the suburb of Orchard Lake, People reported.

"We're really looking forward to starting our life together," Misch told People. "This is a great beginning."

Schultz wore a Pnina Tornai from Kleinfeld gown, while Misch sported a traditional black tuxedo with a black bow tie.

"It has long lace sleeves fitted to my body with a train," said Schultz, whose 10 bridesmaids wore blush pink dresses. "It's a mixture of lace and silk."

"We decided to go really traditional," Misch explained. "My groomsmen are wearing the same tuxes. The only difference is that my boutonniere is bigger than theirs."

The reception was reportedly hosted at the Colony Club, an ornate 1930s building, where their guests feasted on filet, salmon or eggplant parmesan and finished the meal off with a five-tiered cake draped in real flowers that boasted three different flavors.

On the morning of their ceremony, Misch gave his wife a Tiffany necklace with interlocking rings, according to People. He had originally bought her diamond earrings but apparently gave them too her early because "she was having a bad day."

And what would be a wedding without some reality TV castmates? Fellow former Survivor castaways attended the pair's nuptials, including their season's winner Natalie Anderson.

"Our cast has become really close," Schultz noted.

The couple, who currently reside in Michigan, will be spending their honeymoon in Greece for two weeks. Misch is reportedly looking to become a dentist, while Schultz is attempting to get into law school when they get back home.

Misch popped the question in October 2014. He told Reality TV World in December of that year -- when his Survivor season wrapped on TV -- they were planning a September 2015 wedding. Clearly the pair decided to move up their date a little bit.
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Misch finished Survivor: San Juan del Sur -- Blood vs. Water in sixth place behind Schultz, who claimed the runner-up spot. The couple was very affectionate and worked as a united pair during the second half of the game although they had their share of big arguments.