The reality star, 56, stunned in a gown from Justin Alexander's Sincerity Collection as she walked down the aisle to "Heart to Heart." As for her new husband, the 55-year-old rocked a black suit for their nuptials, which reportedly took place outside in front of a gazebo and was officiated by Michael Williams.
After their ceremony, the couple and their guests headed to a tent outside for the reception, per PEOPLE, where Amy and Marek had their first dance to The Macey Gard Band's song "At the End of the Day."
While speaking to the outlet, Amy gushed over their wedding day and shared her excitement with finally being man and wife. "Our wedding day is a special day, but our marriage is a lifetime together," she said of their nuptials, explaining: "I'll have the rest of my life with Chris and that makes me smile."
The brunette beauty admitted the couple got lost in the wedding planning at times. "[It was challenging] planning a traditional wedding and all that typically goes into that, to what we want to have at our wedding," Amy confessed. "Sometimes it felt like the two clashed at times for me."
"But in the end, it's about the two of us — Chris and I," the TV personality explained. "It's about combining our two lives together into one and sharing it with our family and friends."
The lovebirds got engaged in September 2019 after they first met in 2016 at a pool party. Their first encounter came one year after Amy filed for divorce from Matt, whom she was married to for 27 years.
After falling for Marek, Amy candidly said she didn't think she'd ever find love with someone of average height. "I just never thought someone who is average size would be interested in me," she said in a June 2017 TLC clip. "I just really want him to never question or doubt the relationship because I'm a little person."