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‘Little People, Big World’s Audrey Roloff: How I Planned My Wedding With Jeremy Roloff

By Audrey Roloff for The Knot

On September 20 at Roloff Farms in Helvetia, Oregon, two souls became one. Audrey Mirabella Botti married Jeremy James Roloff. At precisely 4:42 p.m., we were announced Mr. and Mrs. Jeremy and Audrey Roloff! Prior to this day, Jeremy and I had known each other for five years, dated for three years in a long distance relationship and were engaged for five-and-a-half months.

We planned our wedding while living in different states, but it turned out to be everything we ever dreamed that it would be — and more. It was a warm summer day full of flower fields, flower crowns, vintage style, floral, copper and lace accents, quilts, food, drinks, frolicking, dancing, laughing, embracing, communing, toasting, storytelling, rejoicing, sparkling, cheering and most importantly, LOVE.

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My bridesmaid dresses where designed by Lauren Graebner, my college roommate. She has her own company called Eva’s by Reclamation and makes adorable dresses out of recycled fabrics. For my wedding, she custom-designed a dozen different vintage floral dresses for all my bridesmaids (including herself). She also made the flower girl dresses, my mom’s dress, Jeremy’s bow tie and matching bow ties for each of the groomsmen. She’s a stud.

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Our ceremony took place in front of the little white church covered in garland, and our guests sat on hay bales and church pews covered in quilts. The farm is so enchanting in late summer and early fall, so our decor only enhanced its natural beauty. Guests were greeted in front of a gorgeous barn full of antiques.

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Jeremy and I did a first look in the forest behind the wedding ceremony. I wouldn’t trade this moment for the world.

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My sweet friend Corinne Carver has a sign making business called Little Flock Designs, and I had her make signs that the groomsmen carried down the aisle. This was a surprise to Jeremy. Each of the signs had a word or phrase on it that Jeremy uses to describe me, but his groomsmen were the ones that came up with the words. I also had the ring bearer carry a sign that read, “and now…” and my father carried a sign that read “she’s yours.”

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“My love for you is more than just a feeling of inloveness, it’s an unwavering confidence in my choice to love you with all that I am for the rest of my life. I want to love you in direct, personal, specific and ever fresh ways. There is no doubt in my mind that you are the one that I am supposed to team up with for life. I know the Lord is rejoicing with us today, and fist pumping at his successful matchmaking skills. I thank God relentlessly for giving me a man that I don’t deserve. You are that man. You have all the characteristics of a husband that I prayed for, and that filled my journal pages during the years leading up to meeting you. You are above and beyond what I could have ever asked or imagined. Because of your great love for me, today I make this great promise to you…”

These are part of my promises to Jeremy on our wedding day. We wrote our own vows and read them to each other through blurry eyes during our ceremony.

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When we walked back down the aisle as husband and wife, there were literally wedding bells ringing from the church. Our officiant sounded the bells and they echoed over the hills of Helvetia.

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My wedding dress was inspired by a gown Keira Knightley wore in the movie Anna Karenina. I searched Pinterest for a replica to no avail. Finally, I found a wedding dress called Eliza by Vera Wang that was very similar on a pre-owned wedding dress website. I had it shipped to me without trying it on! Honestly, it was a very risky move and the dress needed a lot of work when it arrived. There was a stain in the front, a chunk of tulle missing from the side, the hook and eye were missing, the zipper was broken and it was dirty and wrinkled.

I also wanted the dress to be backless with off-the-shoulder cap sleeves, more boning in the front, more lace and a sweetheart neckline. It was pretty much an impossible task, but somehow it all came together to be the most perfect dress for me to wear when I became Audrey Mirabella Roloff. With the help of my amazing mom (her career was in apparel design) and the incredible seamstress we found, we made my vision come to life!

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The wildflowers were in bloom, the fields were gold and the sunset was majestic. Jeremy and I snuck away from our reception for a moment with our incredible wedding photographers Montana Dennis and Christianne Taylor, to take a few more photos in the radiant light.

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The reception took place in a different location on the farm: Jeremy’s actual backyard. Our reception was nestled in the trees strung with lights and chandeliers. The tables were covered in flowers (by Blooming Bouquets), lace and candles and set with vintage floral plates, gold silverware and floral napkins made from bed sheets. Our bridal party sat at one long banquet style farm table in front of the dance floor, and next to our sweetheart table. Much of the reception decor was rented from Something Borrowed, a vintage wedding rental company. My friend Vanessa Schmidt is an artist, stylist and graphic designer and she made the giant chalkboard calligraphy seating chart, flower crowns and our wedding invitations.

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It was always my dream to have cobbler (my favorite dessert and possibly food) as my wedding cake. Mindy at Decadent Creations made our cobblers. We had four different kinds: summer berry, blackberry-peach, peach-bourbon and apple crisp. Jeremy and I had one of each of the cobblers stacked in a custom-made copper cake tier. Everyone in our bridal party each got their own serving size of blackberry-peach cobbler (our favorite) and each of our reception tables was served a pie pan of cobbler — and a gallon of ice cream.

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Toasts and dessert was followed by dancing… and then more dancing! During the dancing, Jeremy and I walked to the corner of our reception to watch all of our friends and family celebrating our best day ever. We wanted to have a moment to engrave the memory on our hearts, or as we like to call it, “lock it in.”

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We exited our reception through a tunnel of cheering and sparklers. At the end of the tunnel was Jeremy’s Toyota FJ40 covered in window paint and hops (which was used in the garland that was over the arch of the church during the ceremony).

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And so it continues, the #journeyofjerandauj.

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Follow along with Audrey on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. You can also read Audrey and Jeremy’s full vows and see more details about their wedding day on her blog!

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Jeremy Nicholas Dooley (born June 4, 1991) and also known as Lil’ J, JDoolz and formerly as Jerem6401, is an American actor, voice actor, show and podcast host, rapper, lyricist, author and Internet and YouTube personality best known for his work co-hosting Rooster Teeth’s gameplay division Achievement Hunter and serving alongside the lyricist team in Camp Camp. Outside of Achievement Hunter, he serves as an occasional actor and content producer in Rooster Teeth Live action, and voice acts characters in animated cartoons, such as Million Dollars, But…, The Eleven Little Roosters, Ten Little Roosters, Camp Camp and more.

Dooley formerly worked as an editor, content creator, and recurring host on Achievement Hunter for a year, beginning on July 6, 2014. He was officially promoted to “main co-host” by Geoff and Jack on October 16, 2015 as of “Minecraft Episode 177” (which he won). At this time, it was revealed that he was the new 6th member replacing Ray Narvaez, Jr., who left the company 6 month earlier on April 17, 2015 to focus on solo entertaining and Twitch.TV live-streaming. This meant that his primary workload shifted from editing videos to being an on-screen personality in videos.

Jeremy gained popularity by making videos for Community Hunter (primarily Imaginary Achievements). Having formerly served as a community member and content creator, he was officially hired on-stage on July 6, 2014 at RTX 2014 at the Achievement Hunter panel alongside Matt Bragg. He married his longtime partner, Katherine “Kat” Dooley (IMDb) on June 4, 2016, his 25th birthday.

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Dooley was born in Burlington, Massachusetts, in 1991. He worked at many different jobs when he was an early teenager, beginning work at age 14. Karate Instructor at Steven Nugent’s Karate Institute, Gymnastics Instructor for the Burlington Rec Center, Cashier at Brighams Ice Cream in the Burlington Mall, Pottery Barn in the Burlington Mall, On the Border in Woburn Macaroni Grill in Burlington Christian Party Rental in New Hampshire and finally as a Proofreader for a medical company near Boston. He studied Media Arts and Animation at New England Institute of Art and attended high school at Burlington.

Dooley created the fan series Epic Rap Battles of Rooster Teeth, uploaded to the YouTube channel Achievements4Idiots, along with Imaginary Achievements (his primary Community Hunter series). He often stars in the series MegaCraft, created by Matt Bragg, one of the most popular of Community Hunter.

During RTX 2014 in early July 2014, Matt and Jeremy (who were still only community members, albeit the most active and popular members on the AH website) set up a joke with AH guys on stage. They got in line and asked if they could have a job, obviously making fun of the rest of audience who actually ask that every year, only to get their questions shut down. Then, to their surprise, Geoff legitimately said “yes” and pulled them on stage., hiring them on the spot. However, it wasn’t that spontaneous, since Geoff told Caleb to ask them to do the bit, and tell them there was going to be a gag at the stage (them getting hit with eggs and water balloons) and to “bring clothes they don’t mind getting wet”.

Dooley honestly did not know that he was going to be officially hired on the spot during the Achievement Hunter panel at RTX 2014, so the look of surprise and emotion on his face was completely genuine.

Dooley is 5’4″ as stated at the very end of Let’s Play Minecraft – Episode 142 – Legends Of The Hidden Tower by Jeremy himself, contradicting the 5’3″ statement in Let’s Build – Legends of the Hidden Tower Part 3.

He is apparently half Irish (from his father’s side) and half-Syrian (mother’s side), mentioned in one of the Legends of the Hidden Temple Let’s Builds. In episode 61 of the “Off Topic” Podcast, Jeremy talks a little about one side of his Grandparents – Both of which were from Syria.

As revealed during Let’s Play Minecraft: Episode 177 Blocking List (Part 2), uploaded on October 16, 2015, it was officially announced and revealed that Jeremy (who had also recently won the Tower of Pimps in Let’s Play Minecraft after winning his first ever Blocking List and traded the T.O.P./selling it to purchase the newly renovated and vacant house in Achievement City) was promoted to the new 6th main cast member of Achievement Hunter by Geoff (who also gave Jeremy a miniature T.O.P. toy, officially welcoming Jeremy to the main room and declaring that “this desk is now yours “), replacing Ray Narvaez, Jr. (who quit his job 6 months earlier on April 17, 2015) in. As part of his promotion to main member, Jeremy changed his Xbox Live gamertag from Jerem6401 to JDoolz, following a suggestion to do so by Gavin Free; by Minecraft episode 209 Michael had done the same thing, switching from MLP Michael to MJones. His PlayStation Network ID is still his original Jerem6401 tag.

On December 4, 2019 Jeremy’s deception based game show, Chump, premiered with him serving as the host. The show has a purple and orange color scheme, matching Rimmy Tim.

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  • When filming Let’s Plays on PC, Jeremy is known to come up with URL puns.
    • One was a jab at Gavin’s Nose (Minecraft 199) and another involved President Abraham Lincoln (RWBY: Grimm Eclipse).
      • The one on Gavin was started by a failed attempt by the Brit, Gav not knowing the formula Jeremy uses for URL puns.
    • To the potential relief of Burnie, Jeremy limits his puns to Let’s Plays on PC due to the URL nature of them, making him Achievement Hunter’s PC version of notorious pun-cracker Barbara.
    • At least once someone has claimed he has a list of these waiting for the right moment
  • He has three cats named Scooter, Booker, and Zipper.
    • Their tails occasionally end up around the nose area when streaming, which the chat watching said streams see due to him also using a face-cam.
    • During Sky Factory Jeremy tamed an ocelot and subsequently named the resultant cat Booker. After surviving a slight Blood Altar mishap and being thrown off the map in a summoning pendulum (that Gavin picked up thanks to an active magnet effect) Booker (and everything else) was wiped out when Jeremy inadvertently triggered a self-destruct sequence on a power core.
      • Gavin started it by using his destruction laser to wipe out the stabilizer beneath it.
  • He is a fan of heavy metal band Fozzy which is led by WWE Superstar Chris Jericho.
  • When things are being sent flying around in the AH office, Jeremy’s desk is the most likely object to be hit.
  • Many people agree that Jeremy looks similar to fellow Rooster Teeth staff member, Adam Kovic.
  • He is the only person to attempt a syringe kill in The Ship. In Part 4 he attempted twice, succeeding the second time; both times Michael, who blocked the first try, was his hunter, and both times Michael successfully killed him. Jeremy also succeeded in getting a syringe kill (on an AI) in How To: The Ship; his target died in front of Matt (who got Angry Sitcom Wife’d by Jeremy in the second game of How To: The Ship). Jeremy has since added a third syringe kill as of Rouletsplay: The Ship (on another AI).
  • After marrying Kat, Jeremy dyed the top of his hair a different color. Though that top color changed once in a while, he still used the two-tone scheme, but has since shaved his head bald.
    • The likely cause is a Rimmy Tim-themed dye job going awry at some point.
  • Jeremy has the longest winning streak in Versus and the best win/loss record. The former extending more than a full rotation greatly assisted the latter.
    • His first Versus victory was in a PS1 game in Ray’s final contest (Ray having ended his five-match losing streak against Michael the previous episode)
  • Jeremy is known to play “the long game” in Murder. Matt once attempted this in Trouble in Terrorist Town Part 5, but Michael gunned him down not knowing he was the traitor.
    • He often streams Gmod games to his Twitch channel; Trevor has participated in a few of these games, which explains why Trevor knows this. Jeremy himself confirmed this in Murder Part 3 (the one Murder game Trevor partook in as an AH LP).
    • Jeremy playing the long game returned in ‘Geoff’s Big Losses’; after Gavin intentionally threw himself off the map at the first opportunity and Ryan accidentally went off trying a shortcut Jeremy, the runner of the final round, stayed on track the whole way – then intentionally missed the goal and shot off the edge behind it. As per the video title, Jeremy and Gavin had Geoff on their team and their goal was to deny Geoff a discount on the Declasse Scramjet earned by winning a match in Hunting Pack Remix.
  • Jeremy met Matt before they joined Achievement Hunter at RTX 2014, in a game of Spyro. Matt would reveal this in the process of their Versus matchup in episode 122 (which Matt won).
  • Jeremy has rapping vocals on Rooster Teeth’s animated series, Camp Camp’s, soundtrack, on the song Adventurer Inside.
    • He also does the vocals to the Tower of Pimps Rap, which he performed live at RTX.
    • He has since formed a group called ‘1551’; in April 2019 the group’s first album “One of the Horde” was released.
  • Jeremy’s primary Gmod spray is a crucified spider he refers to as “Spider-Jesus”.
    • In Murder Part 3, he added a further religious reference to the name he gave his spray, by hitting the button to put it on a nearby wall and then praying to it; Trevor, who was right behind him at the time, would do the same sequence but with Geoff’s own long-time spray of a mustachioed Andrew Panton.
  • Jeremy has an alias he sometimes uses in Achievement Hunter videos, named “Rimmy Tim”. The primary colors of said alias are purple, orange, and yellow.
    • In accordance with the primary colors, Jeremy has said Rimmy Tim only eats grapes and oranges (as seen during the Prison Break Finale in episode 4 of the Criminal Masterminds Series, Jeremy playing the role of the prisoner being brought into Bolingbroke by prison guard Michael while Gavin got the plane and Ryan used a Buzzard attack helicopter to provide assistance).
  • On May 15, 2009, when he was a senior at Burlington High School, he created a video called Don’t Anger the Sheehan, where he starred as a student running around the school from the principal for using a cell phone.
  • On Podcast 236, it was announced that he and 4 other people had won a SquareSpace moleskin notebook. Possibly the 1st mention of Jeremy.
  • Jeremy has yet to fully complete the King’s Fall Raid; Matt and Trevor did it without him, and during the full Achievement Hunter attempt he was replaced after Part 1 by Andrew Panton (who had previously solo’d Crota)
  • In his entry into Achievement Hunter’s Mario Party 8 series, Jeremy, using Wario (Gavin’s choice when Birdo isn’t available – Jeremy does the same but with Blooper), entered in Ray’s place for the third match and won. He went on to win the next two as well before “Slot Six vs. High Rolls” bit him hard in the butt.
    • To add insult to injury, he was vying for second (which would put Gavin last; they both had more coins than Ryan – who struggles with motion controls) but the final bonus Star was the Running Star, which went to Gavin and left Jeremy last.
    • Because Michael’s Mario Party 8 file only had five of the six maps, Jeremy brought in his own Wii which had Bowser’s Warped Orbit – and Blooper – unlocked.
    • Jeremy’s dice roll problems hit him again in the first game of Mario Party 6. He was Luigi that game as Gavin had Wario (Birdo not debuting until the subsequent game) and Ryan got to Boo first (Dry Bones not debuting until 7 as well).
  • Jeremy usually livestreams new DLC content for Grand Theft Auto V on his Twitch account Dooley Noted Gaming; his line ‘I am Monster Truck’ (which gave him the codename he used in his heist) and his alternate crew The Stream Team likely originated from this.
    • During a stream featuring the Transform Races Jeremy foreshadowed Achievement Hunter’s Transform Races Let’s Plays; another player (gamertag NeosZ07), who had tried joining the second playlist of the stream, proceeded to kill him several times in the subsequent intermission between playlists (and one of his friends who was nearby, whose bounty drew Neos to their position in the first place).
  • Jeremy is considered the Gmod guy of the Achievement Hunters, much like Jack being the Trials guy and Ryan the PC guy.
    • During Murder Part 4, Jeremy stumbled across a mechanic that resulted in Gavin being the murderer five rounds in succession. The fifth was because he hadn’t yet undone it after the fourth one. Murder Part 4 happened before Trouble in Terrorist Town Part 5 as a similar occurrence happens with Trevor, to which Gavin being the murderer five straight rounds is mentioned during a three-round streak of Trevor being the traitor.
  • Jeremy had created an underground chamber beneath Camp Achievement Hunter; his reaction to its discovery in Fishing Rodeo and Jamboree V was very similar to Gavin’s when his Trophy Room of Victory was discovered in Minecraft 47. The big difference, Jeremy had a self-destruct device installed and Gavin’s was placed in his house at a time when Plan G was under the logo.

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“Little People, Big World Stars” Jeremy Roloff and Wife Audrey Expecting Baby No. 2

Congratulations are in order for Little People Big World stars Jeremy Roloff and his wife Audrey, who are expecting their second child.

The couple took to Instagram on Monday (July 1) to reveal the big news. Audrey and Jeremy shared a series of photos of their little family as they hold the sonogram in their hands.

“Baby #2 is coming in January!!!🎉,” Audrey wrote. “Ember is gonna be a big sister!😍😭 We are so grateful and excited for this little blessing to join our family💗🙏🏻”

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Baby #2 is coming in January!!!🎉 Ember is gonna be a big sister!😍😭 We are so grateful and excited for this little blessing to join our family💗🙏🏻

A post shared by Audrey Mirabella Roloff (@audreyroloff) on Jul 1, 2019 at 12:56pm PDT

Jeremy also shared the same series of photos with his own caption.

“We’ve got some exciting news: Ember Jean is going to be a big sister! We’re very excited to grow our family. Thanks for following our journey and for your continual support of our family. 🙏🏼”

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We’ve got some exciting news: Ember Jean is going to be a big sister! We’re very excited to grow our family. Thanks for following our journey and for your continual support of our family. 🙏🏼

A post shared by Jeremy James Roloff (@jeremyroloff) on Jul 1, 2019 at 12:56pm PDT

The young couple announced their decision last year to leave Jeremy’s family’s TLC show, “Little People, Big World,” stating that they felt it was time to focus on their other ventures.

“After 14 years, over 300 episodes, and 17 seasons, the time has come,” reads the post on Jeremy Roloff’s Instagram page. “A year ago I made the decision that this season would be our last. It has been an amazing run, and I can’t say thank you enough to all of you who have watched and supported us along the ride. We have the most loyal fans on TV and we appreciate every one of you. You are what made doing this so fun.”

Following the announcement the couple released a new book, A Love Letter Life: Pursue Creatively, Date Intentionally, Love Faithfully, which hit shelves in April of 2019.

Jeremy and Audrey tied the knot in 2014 and share one child together, 22 month oldEmber Jean.

Congratulations to the happy couple!

Jeremy Roloff and his wife Audrey have been dealing with not only a sick daughter, Ember, who was hospitalized with RSV this week, but have also fallen ill themselves. They family seems to be recovering, but in the midst of that, Jeremy had a message for his followers on Instagram about taking too many photos of your kids.

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“Well, we are all sick now, which is a bummer, but I was able to steal a few hours of fresh air with Ember anyhow,” he started the caption, providing an update on his daughter’s health alongside a photo of her playing outside.

“Concerning the photos of our kids on the internet… I think there is a line of reason. As long as the parents are smart and respectful, it shouldn’t be a problem, but there is definitely a line here,” he continued. “I think a bigger problem than posting photos, is the act of taking them. We all want photos of our kids, but if all they ever see in every single special moment is the backside of our phones, that will be just as (if not more) damaging than some innocent photo 15 years down the road.”

“As far as weirdos go, sure, I get it, there are weirdos out there – so be smart and aware as mentioned before. At the end of the day, to each there own concerning this topic for me. However, one thing is for sure, concerning what the long term affects of social media will be, it will be just as damaging as it is useful unless we manage the addiction. And social media is very, very useful. How are you going to parent your phone in 2020?,” Jeremy concluded.

Fans took to the comments to debate his message.

“It can be very useful. Because your wife unselfishly posted the ER pic with Ember, I researched RSV and lo and behold my infant granddaughter, who had been seeming ill, was taken to the doctor and diagnosed with this. She is doing well because action was taken,” one wrote.

“What’s the difference between the back of a phone today versus the back of a Kodak camera back in the day? Nothing. We adjust to the time. Kids today don’t know the difference.”

“Wow, I never thought about it that way as far as special moments and their view of the backside of a phone that is so true and really thought provoking. Thank you for that insight, I needed that visual as a push to make a conscious effort to be more present with my 2 year old than worrying about documenting every second. These are such important things to discuss that we didn’t have as issues when we were growing up. Hope your sweet family feels well soon,” a third replied.