Although Hunter Woodhall and his wife Tara Davis were overjoyed to finally say "I do" on Sunday, they may have felt anxious in the weeks leading up to the event.
In front of numerous family members, the two athletes, both 23 years old, exchanged vows at D'Vine Grace Vineyard in McKinney, Texas.
The couple tells PEOPLE that they are now prepared for what comes next, which includes numerous trips as newlyweds.
"It's been so difficult to put a plan together, but what we've decided on is something called a mini-moon," says Woodhall. "We learned this on one of our recent trips." Therefore, following the wedding, we'll take two incredibly brief trips.
Then, he continues, "we're going to get back and start training so we can concentrate on the season."
Fibular hemimelia, a rare leg disorder that Woodhall, a two-time Paralympic medalist, was born with, eventually necessitated the amputating of both of his lower legs.
Davis, a gifted track and field athlete like Woodhall, took part in the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics.
Woodhall claims he and Davis will finally have time to take a longer trip once the track season is over.
"I think we're going to take a really big trip — as a full honeymoon," he says, "after this track season." "Some fun place."
Woodhall wore a black bowtie and matching tux with a satin notch lapel to the wedding. He completed the look with a white button-up shirt, which he described as "super, super classy."
Davis wore a dress made by the Tel Aviv-based fashion house Galia Lahav.
Soon after I got engaged, they contacted me, claims Davis. After speaking with the team, I was able to schedule an appointment in Los Angeles, and it was the most amazing experience.
According to Davis, she chose the very first dress she tried on.
The long mesh sleeves of the dress had petal-shaped embroidery all over them. Davis claims it gave her a "princess"-like appearance.
It feels like my wedding dress, which is what I love about it, says Davis.
She continues, "I feel like my dress is just simply for my wedding and there's nowhere else I could wear it."
In September 2021, Davis and Woodhall got engaged while on a romantic vacation in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.
Woodhall claims that getting to marry the love of his life is an experience unlike any other.
In his own words, "it's very emotional." It's almost like everything we've been through for the past five or more years has been validated.