Full disclaimer: we want to be best friends with Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher.
The newlyweds, who tied the knot over Fourth of July weekend, recently enjoyed a low-key honeymoon, taking an RV trip up the California coast with their 9-month-old daughter Wyatt.
E! News has exclusive pics and details of the lovebirds' family getaway, during which the two packed on the PDA and doted on their adorable daughter (anyone else want to tag along?).
First, the former That '70s Show co-stars spent time at Yosemite Valley National Park before continuing on with their road trip and stopping stop in Lodi, Calif.
While staying in Lodi, a city located in San Joaquin County, the duo dined at El Maguey Grill, a restaurant that serves authentic Mexican cuisine. According to an eyewitness, Wyatt started to cry at the table because her diaper needed to be changed, and Mila told the waitress she was a super mom before changing it at the table.
The eyewitness added that Mila and Ashton were packing on the PDA, holding each other, kissing and looking like loved-up newlyweds. The actors were both wearing their wedding rings and appeared happy to finally be husband and wife. We're also told that the A-listers were super friendly, although they politely asked fans not to take pics.
After lunch, the lovebirds headed to luxury hotel Wine & Roses for wine tasting at the resort's Towne House Restaurant before taking a walk around the establishment's botanical gardens.
From Lodi, it was off to Vacaville, where Mila, Ashton and their daughter stayed at an Vineyard RV Park and happily posed for pics with fans. They were also seen shopping at Whole Foods in downtown Napa, stocking up on BBQ food and snacks.
After three days in Napa, the family made a quick stop in Los Banos, Calif., where they hit up a Panda Express for lunch before heading over to San Luis Reservoir State Park for a hike in Gustine, Calif.
Kunis and Kutcher wed at the Secret Garden at Parrish Ranch in Oak Glen, Calif., right at sunset in front of close family and friends.
An insider said the bride wore a stunning "strapless dress with her hair pulled back" and the couple's daughter also donned a white dress throughout the event.
The source added that the couple set up signs that read Camp Kuku, and the party went late into the night. "Everyone danced and had a great time," the source spilled, adding that "there was also a casual farewell brunch on Sunday morning before everyone went home."