You may now kiss the bride ... awkwardly, because she's never experienced that before and neither has he! Hey, at least they're in it together, right?
Jill Duggar married Derick Dillard Saturday in Springdale, Ark., and their wedding also marked the duo's first kiss (though they have full-frontal hugged).
See the unforgettable moment below!
In keeping with Duggar family dating rules, the 19 Kids and Counting star, 23, decided to wait until marriage before even locking lips with her beloved Derick, 25.
Prior to saying "I do," the TLC lovebirds had never done more than hold hands and hug once, which they did only after they got engaged in April.
Even that constituted rule-breaking of sorts, but we've decided to let it slide.
"We're just really trying to keep our relationship focused not on the physical but on communication and continuing to learn more about each other," Jill explained.
"We're saving our first kiss and things beyond that for our wedding."
The star's parents, Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar, back their daughter's choice, and discussed their ideas about dating at length on their reality show.
"Courtship is really getting to know each other for the purpose of possibly getting engaged and getting married," said Jim Bob, who went on dates with them.
"As far as our kids dating," he began, "we believe a lot of times if you're alone with a person, it can create desires that can kind of get stirred up."
"You don't have any accountability, and [that] can lead to some hanky panky."
Yes, he said that. Fortunately for Jim Bob, Jill was a married woman by the time any hanky and/or panky occurred. If they even got that far and it didn't go like this ...