"Rachel was the epitome of elegance and grace as she walked down the aisle towards Bryan. The ceremony was filled with so much joy, love and laughter," wedding planner Michael Russo told People.
"As they exchanged their personal handwritten vows, you could feel the unbridled emotion and powerful connection between them."
Rachel wore an ivory gown designed by Randi Rahm that showed a softer side of her personality, while Bryan wore an ivory tuxedo jacket with a black collar and black bowtie.
The dress featured short sleeves, an embellished bodice and a white belt around the waist. The style draped loosely from the waist in a fitted style that didn't hug Rachel's curves.
"When I put on the dress, it just spoke to me in a different way. I felt like it encompassed so much of my personality. I was getting a little bit of what Bryan wanted, but at the same time, staying true to myself," Rachel shared with the New York Post's Page Six in April, adding that she steered away from her go-to pantsuit.
"When I put it on... I hate cliches, but I fell into the cliche of when you put it on, you'll know. And I put this one on, [and] I can't use any other word other than I melted."
After the attorney-turned-ESPN personality and Bryan got engaged, they lived in Rachel's hometown of Dallas, TX, for a while before moving to Miami, FL, earlier this year where Bryan works as a chiropractor.
Earlier this month, Rachel explained to People why her wedding was not televised for an ABC special.
"I wanted a TV wedding. I 100 percent did," Rachel recently admitted.
"Then, as we got to know each other in the real world and things became normalized, and then I started hearing horror stories about these TV weddings, I am very thankful that we don't have one and that we're doing it on our own. I also think that it shows to the world or Bachelor Nation that what we have is more real."
Rachel added, "We don't need TV. We don't need to get paid. We're doing this because this is what we want to do. And I think it has more meaning."
Now that they're a married couple, Rachel and Bryan apparently look forward to having a family together.
"I like three [kids]. She wants four," Bryan told the magazine.
But regardless of how many children they welcome, Rachel pointed out, "I think we'd have pretty babies!"