After nearly a decade of (on and off again) dating, Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth have officially tied the knot in what appears to be an at-home wedding. The vibe of the celebration? Casual and down-to-earth—which is unsurprising, considering the fact that the couple has always taken a laid-back, extended approach to wedding planning.
According to PEOPLE, fans began to speculate on Monday morning that the duo did, in fact, tie the knot after spotting some wedding-inspired Instagram posts. These photographs, shared mostly on Instagram Stories, showed the bride wearing a simple off-the-shoulder white dress and natural makeup (she styled her hair in her signature loose waves). Hemsworth was dressed in traditional groom attire—he settled on a black suit and tie. The couple's outfits were undoubtedly the most formal elements of the small affair. It appears that Cyrus' mother, Tish, wore jeans to her daughter's nuptials; other guests donned floral-patterned shirts to pose in front of a DIY balloon wall, which spelled out "Mr. & Mrs."
Cyrus confirmed her rumored nuptials two days later with three Instagram posts of her own. The first image shows the couple kissing; the other two feature the newlyweds holding each other close in front of a flower-adorned fireplace (their ceremony backdrop, perhaps?). According to the bride's Instagram tags, her wedding dress was created by Vivienne Westwood. Though Cyrus didn't offer any specific details about her nuptials, she did post one telling caption. "10 years later...," she wrote, suggesting that her wedding was the culmination of her decade-long relationship with Hemsworth.
After confirming her marriage, the "Malibu" singer posted a light-hearted video from her and Hemsworth's reception. The footage shows the bride dancing to Bruno Mars and Mark Ronson's "Uptown Funk"—her husband makes an appearance towards the end—against a balloon arch and Christmas tree backdrop.
We don't know much more about the duo's big day, but we do know that the dessert bar was a highlight. Based on the original Instagram photos shared by the couple's guests, the bride and groom cut into a flower-topped two-tier before serving smaller treats (which appear to be cups of ice cream).
Cyrus and Hemsworth first crossed paths in 2009 on the set of their film The Last Song. Their relationship's beginning was tumultuous—they even called off an engagement in September 2013—but have remained rock solid since their reconciliation (and renewed engagement) in 2016.
The pair recently lost their home to the November fire that tore through Malibu and are in the process of rebuilding their lives. Not everything was lost in the flames, though. "We had these big gorgeous letters that said 'love' when you drove up to our house and they actually made it through the fire… and that's literally and physically all that's left so I felt that was really poetic," Cyrus recently told Ryan Seacrest during an on-air interview. "You can always rebuild a physical structure, but that love that can't be destroyed is always there and always stayed strong. So that gave me a lot of light during a dark time."