Audrina Patridge is officially a Mrs.!
The Hills alum married longtime love and professional BMX rider Corey Bohan during an intimate ceremony in Hawaii on Saturday, E! News has learned. The couple was surrounded by around 100 of their closest family and friends as they sealed the deal on their eight-year relationship.
In photos exclusive to E! News from the festivities, Audrina glowed in a stunning lace gown with a red flower tucked behind her ear while Corey kept it suave in a simple white dress shirt, khaki pants and suspenders. Patridge walked down the aisle with a long train and bouquet of flowers in hand.
As for the lovebirds' venue, Audrina and Corey opted for a dreamy botanical garden overlooking the ocean and decorated with hues of pink, red and white.
It's been quite a year for Audrina and Corey, who welcomed their first child together, a baby girl named Kirra Max Bohan, back in June. She's since opened up about the joys of motherhood on her blog, writing, "Kirra is the happiest, most beautiful baby with a constant smile and lots of goo-ing and gaa-ing!
Ahead of Audrina's special day, the former reality star shared that she had joined her two sisters for an impromptu celebration in Las Vegas, presumably her final shindig as a single lady. "Yesterday my sisters kid napped me and took me to Vegas for a spa evening and a Britney [Spears] kind of night!" the bride wrote on Instagram, adding, "you guys are the best!!!"
And if you're wondering if any of her Hills co-stars made the invite list, think again. "We just finalized the guest list, and it's about 130 people, mostly family, Audrina told Fit Pregnancy and Baby in June. "As far as friends go, we only invited the ones who've been there for us in the past year and who will continue to be there for us for the next 30."
"So, no one from The Hills made the cut. If we were doing a really big wedding, I'd invite them, but we're keeping it intimate."
As for how Audrina and Corey plan to kick off their newlywed status, all signs point to somewhere tropical with those closest to them.
"If we take a honeymoon, we're definitely bringing [our daughter]—and my little sister, so she can watch the baby while we go out to dinner or snorkel," she shared with the mag. "I'm so lucky I'm so close to my family. If I had to hire a stranger to babysit, I'd probably freak out." Aww!
Congratulations, you two! Here's to many more years ahead.