The Bachelor couple Arie Luyendyk Jr. and Lauren Burnham have tied the knot.

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Arie and Lauren got married in a romantic wedding ceremony in Maui, Hawaii on Saturday, Us Weekly reported.

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The Bachelor host Chris Harrison officiated the ceremony, which was attended by 100 guests and took place at Haiku Mill in Maui. Haiku Mill is an event venue created from the ruins an abandoned 18th-century sugar mill.

The Bachelor couple Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici were among the guests (Arie and Sean became close friends when they both competed for the heart of Emily Maynard on Season 8 of The Bachelorette in 2012).

Lauren wore a sleeveless white gown with embellishments around the waist and Arie wore a black suit, according to a wedding photo published by Us.

The Bachelor couple had revealed their wedding date and location in May 2018 -- only two months after Arie proposed to Lauren in March during his The Bachelor season's live After the Final Rose special.

"We are very excited to tell you guys that we have booked a venue, and we are getting married in Hawaii on January 12, next year," Lauren, 27, said with a big smile during an appearance on The View.

"It's in Maui, it's at Haiku Mill, which is this beautiful, old world feel, with a lot of vines and greenery," Arie, 37, added. "It's not your typical, beach wedding. It's so pretty... Our plan just came together and we're excited."

"It's not on TV. Just, you know, a close group of friends. Probably 100 guests," Arie explained, although he and Lauren had previously discussed possibly getting married on a Bachelor special.

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Arie and Lauren had both gushed about their upcoming wedding on social media in the days leading up to the event.

"Life with you is all sunsets and rainbows...️ We're getting married tomorrow!," Arie captioned an Instagram photo showing the couple in Hawaii with a rainbow behind them on Friday.
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"Helicopter. [Check] Champagne (sparkling cider) toast at the top of a beautifully romantic mountain top. [Check] Super sexy (ex)Bachelor. [Check] Finally got that one on one date I've always dreamed of," Lauren captioned an Instagram on Thursday showing the couple enjoying a private helicopter ride in Hawaii.

Last week, Arie and Lauren -- who is currently four months pregnant with the couple's first child -- revealed the sex of their unborn child.

"IT'S A GIRL!!!" Arie wrote in an Instagram posting.

"Tickled PINK... We're having a little girl!!" Lauren added in an Instagram posting of her own.

According to The Bachelor couple, who had already previously revealed the baby is due in June, they had hoping for a girl immediately after they discovered Lauren was pregnant.

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"I think, to be honest, in the beginning we were both hoping that we were having a girl," Lauren told Us.

However, the couple initially thought they were expecting a baby boy -- and even decided what the boy's name would be -- because an online testing service returned an erroneous result.

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"We actually did the early gender test online, so we took our test at 10 weeks," Lauren told Us. "We got the results back from that, and it was that we were having a boy."

But Lauren's doctor still encouraged her to do an ultrasound when her pregnancy was 15 weeks along -- and the ultrasound then revealed the online testing service had been wrong.

"I was very quiet. The ultrasound tech says, 'Well. I'm about 98 percent.' So I still wasn't convinced after the first time we saw it," Arie told Us. "We went back to the doctor, went back a few other times and just went back for our anatomy scan. It's definitely a girl!"

Lauren told Us she's feeling much more confident about becoming a first-time mother now that she'll be parenting a baby girl instead of a boy.

"I was really nervous to be a boy mom because I just don't know that I can relate as well, being a woman relating to a little boy," she said.

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"I have a little brother, and he's so sweet and I love him to death, but sometimes I don't really understand why he acts that way he does. I'm feeling a lot more confident in being able to be a girl mom first!"

Arie said he's also "very excited."

"I won't have to worry about putting that little boy into a race car anytime soon," he told Us.

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