Julia Green Photography
July 29, 2015 03:15 PM

When planning a wedding, choosing the venue is usually the first and hardest decision to make. That wasn’t the case for Little People, Big World‘s Zach Roloff, 25, and his new wife Tori, 24.

Just as his twin brother Jeremy did last September, Roloff married his bride at home on the grounds of his parents Amy and Matt Roloff‘s picturesque farmland.

“My parents played a huge role in setting up the farm,” Zach tells PEOPLE exclusively.

“We put up a gazebo, and [Zach’s dad] planted a bunch of wheat fields behind it,” Tori says. “There are these huge, rolling hills of wheat that are really beautiful.”

Tori Roloff
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When it came to picking a color scheme, the couple kept it simple.

“Sages and yellows. We wanted the farm to be the decoration and not to overwhelm it,” Tori says.

Adds the groom, “It was all very natural; the bridesmaids even picked out their own dresses.”

And mother nature herself even showed up.

“It rained in the morning, and we were a little worried,” Zach says. “But around 3 o’clock, the sun came out. There was a fantastic sunset, and I think the rain actually gave everything a little sparkle!”

Zach and Tori Roloff's wedding cake
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From there, things went off without a hitch. With a total of 12 bridesmaids and groomsmen, including Roloff’s brother and best man Jeremy and his other siblings Molly and Jacob, the pair exchanged vows and took communion together. Then, it was time to feast.

“We wanted food the whole family would like,” Zach says of the reception menu featuring seasonal comfort fare like bourbon glazed meatballs and honey lime fruit salad. Guests topped it all off with a unique confection: poppyseed cake with raspberry filling and chocolate ganache.

Though the thought of the first dance made him a little nervous, “It ended up being a fantastic moment,” Zach says.

Zach and Tori Roloff
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Just one of many: “My brother’s speech was fantastic,” he adds. “And my dad’s, he just blubbered through it the whole time.”

Now, with the wedding of their dreams behind them, the newlyweds, a couple for four years, say not too much has changed.

“It definitely feels different wearing a ring. I’ve never worn one!” Zach says.

But, Patton says, “We were always meant to be married. Now it’s just kind of more real.”

The wedding will air as a two-hour special on TLC on Aug. 25 at 8 p.m. ET.

For more photos and stories on the Little People, Big World star’s wedding, pick up this week’s issue of PEOPLE, on stands Friday

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