Molly Roloff, one of the faces of Little People, Big World, tied the knot with Joel Silvius on Saturday, August 5th. The Wedding ceremony was held at the Roloff Farms in Oregon, but set deep back into the woods on the property, held under several 100 year old oak trees. That was a significant spot for the bride as it is where she spent hours playing as a little girl.
The bride donned an off-the-shoulder lace dress while her groom was decked out in a gray suit and blue bow tie. It was something of a rustic affair with the guests being seated on wooden benches and the bride’s mother, Amy Roloff, hand picking the flowers for the bouquet. Matt also described the guests having to walk through a patch of wildflowers to get to the ceremony.
Well … we gave away our Amazing Molly jo …the most gorgeous bride ever! To her New husband Joel today. Molly is the apple of her mother and MY eyes …Amy and I are gushing with pride of her character, faith, heart for God, wisdom and judgment… especially her choice in picking her life mate. molly lives her life straight ahead (we daddy daughtered danced that song from Amy Grant tonight). Her guest strolled through a stunning wildflower patch that had been rolled down a path in the minutes before the ceremony so the guest could make the walk as if they were floating on a rainbow of Colors As they walked to the ceremony area… set deep in a grove under several 100 yr old oak trees that molly played on as a little girl. The guest sat on custom made rustic bences specifically designed and build on roloff farm to match the intimate setting… molly and I were able to spend 20 minutes of quality time visiting and sharing our love as father and daughter As we pulled up to the ceremony in one of our special roloff farm all terrain rigs. I then escorted my dear molly down a rustic wood chip path to hand her off to Joel. Waiting patiently to take her hand in marriage. After several biblical scriptures were read they exchanged private vows and commitments to each other. They kissed and we all erupted in celebration and joy. It was an amazing wedding day that went off without a single hitch. It was a magical ferry-tail wedding for 2 incredible people that we all love very much.
Dad Matt Roloff refurbished a wooden arbor for the wedding arch that was used at the ceremony and he couldn’t help but to get online and boast about his only daughter’s big day, saying on Facebook:
“It was an amazing wedding day that went off without a single hitch. It was a magical ferry-tail wedding for 2 incredible people that we all love very much” and going on to describe Molly as “the most gorgeous bride ever”.
The bride and groom danced to “You Are the Best Thing” by Ray LaMontagne and she danced with her father to “Straight Ahead” by Amy Grant.
”We feel blessed to have been able to celebrate our marriage surrounded by so many people we love,” the newlyweds said in a statement.