The Hills are officially alive with the sound of wedding bells.
In a manner of speaking, that is.
Audrina Patridge and Corey Bohan got married on Saturday in Hawaii, exchanging vows after many years of dating.
E! News was the first outlet to confirm this very happy news.
According to that website’s sources, Patridge and Bohan became husband and wife while surrounded by approximately 100 friends, family members and loved ones.
They were together for eight years prior to making the relationship legal.
In June, Patridge gave birth to the couple's first child, a precious little girl named Kirra.
In photos obtained by E! News, you can see the ex-The Hills star wearing a beautiful llace gown, while looking gorgeous with a red flower tucked behind her ear.
Bohan, meanwhile, went with your basic white dress shirt, khaki pants and suspenders.
We also know that Patridge walked down the aisle with a long train and bouquet of flowers in her hand.
Not long before her big day, Patridge wrote on Instagram that she had joined her two sisters for an impromptu celebration in Las Vegas.
"Yesterday my sisters kid napped me and took me to Vegas for a spa evening and a Britney Spears kind of night!" the bride-to-be wrote on social media, adding of her siblings:
"You guys are the best!!!"
Did anyone from the series that made Patridge famous make the final guest list?
"We just finalized the guest list, and it's about 130 people, mostly family," the quasi celebrity told Fit Pregnancy and Baby in June, explaining:
"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."
That may sound like a diss, but it's really just Patridge being honest and realistic.
The Hills was a mammoth hit for MTV, but none of the cast members has remained especially close.
On more than one occasion, Lauren Conrad and others have come out and admitted that so many storylines were contrived, so much of the filming was staged.
Everyone who rose to fame as a result of their role on the show has moved on.
Patridge and Bohan got engaged in November of last year in Orange County.
“Corey dropped to his knee and said, ‘We have been together for many years now and I love you more than anything. I want to spend the rest of my life with you – will you marry me?’” Audrina told People Magazine at the time.
“I was in shock and kind of didn’t even hear him, but I said yes!”
And now she said "I Do!"
We send our best wishes to this couple.