Aug. 7 (UPI) — “Little People, Big World” star Molly Roloff married fiancé Joe Silvius over the weekend.
The 23-year-old television personality tied the knot with Silvius at an intimate wedding at her family’s farm Saturday in Helvetia, Ore.
“She got married!” Roloff’s mom, Amy Roloff, wrote on Instagram. “A beautiful wedding, most gorgeous bride and tears laughing smiles and a lot of love. Couldn’t be happier for Joel and Molly (my baby girl).”
Roloff’s dad, Matt Roloff, and brothers, Jacob, Jeremy and Zach Roloff, were also in attendance.
“Well … we gave away our Amazing Molly jo … the most gorgeous bride ever! To her New husband Joel today. Molly is the apple of her mother and MY eyes,” Matt captioned a photo of his first dance with Roloff.
“Today was on a whole other level,” Jacob added on his own account. “My beautiful, sweet, genius sister got married. Simple as that, but with a lotta love. I’m still taking it in reviewing the pictures.”
Roloff and Silvius told People they “feel grateful to have been able to celebrate [their] marriage surrounded by so many people” they love. Amy had announced the couple’s engagement in December.
“My Molly girl … is home for Christmas AND she engaged to be married,” she wrote at the time. “Woohoo! So happy for her. Joel is one lucky man to capture her heart. Yes he’s a great guy.”
Roloff and her family came to fame on the TLC series “Little People, Big World,” which completed a 12th season in June. Roloff, Jeremy and Jacob are of average height, while Matt, Amy and Zach have dwarfism and stand under 4 feet 3 inches tall.