After eight years and fourteen seasons, a The Bachelor couple has finally walked down the aisle.

Thirteenth-season The Bachelor couple Jason Mesnick and Molly Malaney were married on a grassy bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean at the Terranea Resort in Rancho Palos Verdes, CA on Saturday, People reported.

Mesnick and Malaney's ceremony will air as part of ABC's previously announced two-hour The Bachelor: Jason and Molly's Wedding special on Monday, March 8 at 8PM ET/PT.

About 300 guests reportedly attended the rain-interrupted afternoon ceremony. Original The Bachelorette couple Trista and Ryan Sutter -- only The Bachelor or The Bachelorette couple to have previously married -- and The Bachelorette fifth-season couple Jillian Harris and Ed Swiderski couple, who are considering their own televised wedding, both attended the ceremony.

In addition, fourth-season The Bachelorette star DeAnna Pappas (who rejected Mesnick when he appeared on her season), Jesse Csinsak (the now-former fiance Pappas selected over Mesnick at the end of her season) and fifth-season The Bachelorette bachelorette Kiptyn Locke (who Harris rejected in favor of Swiderski at her final Rose Ceremony) were also among the guests, according to People.

Melissa Rycroft -- whom Mesnick chose at his final The Bachelor Rose Ceremony before dumping her on-air in favor of Malaney during the subsequent After the Final Rose special.-- did not attend the ceremony despite a previous report that ABC had been pressuring Mesnick and Malaney to include her on the guest list.

Rycroft reunited with former boyfriend Ty Strickland after she was dumped by Mesnick.  The couple got engaged in June and wed in December.

The 25-year-old Malaney wore $45,000, strapless Monique Lhuillier gown and Neil Lane jewelry and walked down the 200-foot aisle as former American Idol finalist Jason Castro sang "Somewhere Over the Rainbow," People reported.  The 33-year-old previously divorced Mesnick wore a dark suit and a black tie for the 15-minute ceremony, which ended with white doves being released into raining skies.

The couple -- who had gotten engaged in October -- exchanged their vows under a driftwood-covered arbor that was decorated with white orchids, pieces of driftwood, and antique butterfly cages, according to People

Pouring rain interrupted the exchange, according to Us Weekly.

The reception followed indoors in a resort ballroom and was proceeded by Castro singing "That's What I'm Here For" as Mesnick and Malaney left the ceremony, Us Weekly reported.

The couple plans to continue living in Seattle, where they have lived together since Malaney moved there in September, following a tropical honeymoon, according to People.