Jeremy Roloff, Wife Audrey Dish on Their “Amazing” Wedding: “Everything Was a Highlight!”

Jeremy Roloff and Audrey Botti get married
Little People, Big World star Jeremy Roloff and his wife Audrey Mirabella Botti dished exclusively to Us Weekly all about their "amazing" wedding  Courtesy TLC/Montana Dennis/Christianne Taylor

Wedded bliss, indeed! Little People, Big World star Jeremy Roloff and his new wife, Audrey Mirabella Botti, had the day of their dreams on Saturday, Sept. 20, when — as Us Weekly exclusively reported over the weekend — they tied the knot after more than three years of dating.

Us caught up with the newlyweds one day after the nuptials, and neither could stop gushing about how perfect it all was. "Everything was a highlight!" Botti, 23, exclaimed when asked about her favorite part of the wedding.

"It was an amazing party," her husband, 24, agreed. "It was incredible. We ended up getting to bed at like 3 a.m. or something."

As previously reported, the couple said "I do" in front of nearly 300 guests at the groom's family farm in Hillsboro, Ore. "Honestly, it never even crossed my mind to get married anywhere else," Roloff explained. "It's just the most beautiful place in Oregon. And it made perfect sense with my history. We had our first dance on the same lawn where I used to play soccer and catch moles as a kid. It's just really cool."

Speaking of their first dance… "We were having a ball!" Roloff told Us. "We were spinning and talking about the day, the people…it was just nice. It felt like it was our chance to stand in the center and observe everything." Added the bride: "We were trying to lock it all in. It was like, 'Okay, we've got to remember this — we're already on our first dance! Everything's going by so fast.'"

For Roloff, one of the sweetest things to observe was the amicable dynamic between his parents, Matt and Amy Roloff, who announced their separation in March. (Married for 26 years, the Little People, Big World stars have four kids together, twins Jeremy and Zach, 24, daughter Molly, 21, and son Jacob, 17.)

"It meant a lot," the groom told Us of having both of his parents there to support him. "And then they sat next to each other all night and got along really well. Once again, they were enjoying the glue that brought them together, which is us kids. I think when they get to soak in that and relish in that glue again, it almost erases a lot of problems and a lot of misunderstandings. So it was really cool to watch them sit and experience that the night of the wedding."

As for what's next? The newlyweds hope to start a family someday — but not someday soon. "As far as kids go, I have always wanted to have a big family and a lot of kids," Botti shared. "Jer is one of four, so I'd at least want four. But maybe even more than that. I would be very much open to it if it would work financially, but we shall see." 

"Ideally, five kids on the farm," Roloff added.

"Yeah, that would be the dream," Botti agreed. "Five kids on the farm, running around." 

The couple's wedding will air on TLC on Sept. 30 at 10 p.m.

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