Aspyn Brown of "Sister Wives" is now married to Mitch Thompson. These two shared a while back that they were engaged. The fans haven't got the chance to get to know Mitch much on the last seasons of the show, but hopefully, he will be on the new season more. People shared the details about their big wedding.

Aspyn's wedding in Utah

The wedding was with 120 guests Sunday at La Caille restaurant in Sandy, Utah. This wasn't a huge wedding, so Kody had to be happy about that and it must have been easier on his budget.

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Her dress was by Alfred Angelo and was satin and beaded. It sounds like Aspyn looked amazing.

The reception actually had 400 people at it, so they invited several more to the reception than just the wedding.

It was held in the greenhouse at the restaurant. Her husband Mitch and Kody Brown both wore kilts in the wedding. On the new season, they should share some about how the decision came up for Kody to wear one as well. Her mom Christine is seen looking pretty in green while the other moms have on blue dresses. Mitch's mom made hats for all of the moms as well.

One thing that was different was that they didn't actually have a bridal party. This sounds like it was a really simple wedding for Aspyn and Mitch. Aspyn shared how they picked out the venue saying, "It’s beautiful on its own, so we didn’t have to do much. There’s flowers, a beautiful view and a pond. We didn’t have to do much for décor because the venue is already great on its own. It takes away from us having to worry about a lot of details and allows us and our families to just enjoy it."

Aspyn and Mitch together

During the last season of "Sister Wives," Mitch showed up and the viewers got to meet him.

They didn't show [VIDEO] a lot about him, but Aspyn shared that they have been friends for a while before he was on the show or they started dating each other. Thompson is of Scottish heritage, which explains the kilts and also the hats that his mother made for her moms.

The couple has already been wearing rings for a while, so they saw no reason at all to exchange them during the ceremony. Instead, they have had them on already. They also wrote their own vows, which is really sweet. They got engaged to each other back in January of 2018. Their engagement only lasted about six months before the couple decided to tie the knot.

Don't miss the new season of "Sister Wives" when it airs on TLC. It will be back, but they haven't shared [VIDEO] an exact date of when the show will come back again.