This couple married at a Christmas tree farm and the photos are everything

Sarah Vickers, the blogger behind Classy Girls Wear Pearls, and her now-husband Kiel James Patrick tied the knot at Henry's Christmas Tree Farm in Hope, Rhode Island on Saturday.

The result was probably the most charming December wedding we have ever seen.

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It all started 15 years ago when Vickers and Patrick planted a tree together at the Henry's Farm around the time when they first met. Since then, it has become a yearly tradition for the couple to return to the spot where their love first began to grow and pick out their Christmas tree.

Of course, the adorable wedding could only come after Patrick proposed in front of a European castle complete with a sky full of fireworks on New Year's Eve 2014.

And every picture fully defines relationship goals. From the chariot they rode in on... the "Forevergreen" ring sported by Vickers.

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And even the equally adorable reception, where according to an Instagram from Patrick, they hopped into their Jeep Wagoneer "drove back home to be with family and friends for apple pie, cake, moms [sic] gingerbread cookies, Christmas music, champagne and eggnog."

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Leave it to a blogger to have the most Instagrammable wedding of all time.

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