The Bachelor's Britt Nilsson has wed the man of her dreams.

Britt, who appeared on The Bachelor's nineteenth season starring Chris Soules in 2015 and then squared off against Kaitlyn Bristowe to become The Bachelorette's eleventh-season star but lost, married her fiance, Jeremy Byrne, on Saturday, September 9, Us Weekly reported.

Britt, 30, and her groom reportedly exchanged vows in front of 160 guests at Green Oak Ranch in Vista, CA, with a floral cross in the background. The ceremony was officiated by Jeremy's grandfather.

"Jeremy's great grandfather actually started this ranch way back when, so it's been in his family forever," Britt gushed to Us about the venue. "It's really beautiful and very nostalgic for Jer for sure."

Britt wore a beautiful, strapless mermaid wedding gown along with an ornate veil for her big day, and she styled her signature long hair into loose curls.

The pair ate from a Mediterranean bar during the reception and sipped on mocktails because alcohol is allegedly not allowed at the ranch. And for their first dance as man and wife, Britt and Jeremy reportedly picked one of their favorite songs, "Koln," by the band Brolin.

"When we were thinking of our wedding song, we were like, 'It has to be that one,'" Britt explained to the magazine. "It just has very sweet, romantic lyrics. It's very meaningful."

In addition to playing some fun games, children in attendance were reportedly able to look at animals in the petting zoo.

According to Us, no bachelors or bachelorettes from the ABC franchise showed up for Britt's nuptials. The bride reportedly invited Kaitlyn Bristowe, Jillian Anderson and Megan Bell.

"They weren't able to make it timing wise, but I still keep in contact with them," Britt insisted. "Logistically, it couldn't work out because it was such short notice.

Britt and her new husband, who began dating in 2016, announced their engagement in May 2017, less than four months before they tied the knot. On July 4, Britt posted a message on Instagram looking for a photographer to hire.

"We were just like, 'We know we wanna get married, we love each other, let's do it!'" Britt revealed of the quick turnaround, before sharing her expectations of married life. "I just want to go to the grocery store and get a bunch of stuff, come home, and make dinner and watch a movie. He's my best friend."

The couple has been breezing through significant stages in their relationship, but Britt admitted to the magazine they are not ready for children in the near future.
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"We're thinking a year or two just to really have our adventure of just us as a married couple," Britt reasoned. "And then once I start having kids, I'll just be popping them out left and right."

Britt just opened up about her deep and personal struggles while appearing on reality TV in late July, including alcoholism and an eating disorder.

Chris eliminated Britt on The Bachelor before the women's round of hometown dates. He gave his final rose and a Neil Lane diamond engagement ring to Whitney Bischoff at the end of Season 19, but the couple broke up several months later following his participation on Dancing with the Stars.

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Elizabeth Kwiatkowski is Associate Editor of Reality TV World and has been covering the reality TV genre for more than a decade.