Stars of the reality TV show 'Bachelor in Paradise' Chris Randone and Krystal Nielson are now officially husband and wife after tying the knot in a private ceremony officiated by Chris Harrison at the Vidanta Hotel in Puerto Vallarta, which was where they had their first date. 

"One year ago I met my bestie and future hubby!" Neilson captioned a photo from their engagement party on June 6. "Remember to Always take chances in your life because you never know what could've been. ❤️ _ ❤️#oneyearanniversary #glittergoose #iloveyou."

Former Paradise castmates and Bachelor stars including Ashley Iaconetti and Jared Haibon, Becca Kufrin and Ben Higgins were at the wedding to witness the couple's special day. Other couples from Bachelor in Paradise who have gone on to marry include Carly Waddell and Evan Bass, and Jade Roper and Tanner Tolbert.

"We are so excited to start this new chapter of our lives together, We will have each other's backs forever." Krystal Nielson, 31, told People. “I was very thick-skinned and hard-shelled when I got to Paradise, I was not myself. I was trying to act like this tough guy, that I had an ego. She pulled me aside and said, ‘You need to be more self-aware or you’re going to lose friendships here and you’re going to lose me.’ I realized that this woman came out of nowhere to give me direction. I felt it from her heart and I realized that if I don’t change now and be vulnerable, I’m going to lose this incredible woman,” Randone had said previously in an interview with People.

Incidentally, the announcement of the marriage comes a day before the season 6 cast of Bachelor in Paradise is set to be announced by ABC. The first announcement will air during Good Morning America and the second part will follow during the premiere of drama series Grand Hotel on Monday night. The show features previous contestants who have been featured on The Bachelor and The Bachelorette and is hosted by Chris Harrison. 

It's unclear if Randone and Nielson's wedding will be shown as part of the upcoming season, but given the show's history of airing footage of weddings and updates on home lives, it's probably safe to assume that viewers will get to see part of that ceremony at some point. Season 6 is set to premiere Aug. 5 on ABC.