"Odd Mom Out" star and "Saturday Night Live" alum Abby Elliott tied the knot with "House of Cards" writer Bill Kennedy. Umm is it just us or are these two absolutely adorable?!

Abby's "Odd Mom Out" co-star, Jill Kargman, confirmed the wedding news by posting a romantic black-and-white Instagram snap of the happy couple moments after saying their "I dos."

Jill simply captioned the photo, "🎼ode to joy!"

For her church wedding in Connecticut, the funny laded opted for quite a demure long-sleeved dress, which she previously told The Knot was inspired by Julie Andrews' wedding dress in "The Sound of Music."

🎼ode to joy! @lilcutieforever @thebillykennedy #weddedbliss

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The actress told the site, "We're both Catholic, so we are going to be having a Catholic ceremony in a church… the same church I had my first communion at, so we are both excited about that. Our parents are happy." Aww!

The bride and groom first met on set of the 2014 comedy "Sex Ed," which Abby starred in and her now-husband wrote. After a year and a half of dating, the happy couple got engaged in October 2015.

The lovebirds announced their engagement with an Instagram photo taken at Graydon Carter's upscale chophouse, Beatrice Inn, in New York City. Along with the cuddled-up pic, the 29-year-old wrote, "Goin to the chapel! ⛪️.."

Goin to the chapel! ⛪️

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The blonde, who is the daughter of fellow "SNL" alum Chris Elliott, also spilled the engagement deets during her interview with The Knot. "We've been dating for a year and a half, I think. It was a surprise," she told the news outlet in January. "He did it in our apartment and it was beautiful. There were flowers [and candles] everywhere."

Abby, who previously dated Fred Armisen, went on to say, "It was really beautiful and he was traditional and got down on one knee. It was just very simple, but lovely and wonderful."

It appears as though her beau kicked it old school even more -- he went so far as to ask Abby's parents for their permission, and gave his lady love his grandmother's engagement ring. How classy!

We love this traditional romance!