Bug Hall, who played the adorable suspender-wearing character in the 1994 film, The Little Rascals, married his fiancee, Jill Marie DeGroff, in Encino, California, on Saturday.
The 32-year-old actor took to Instagram on Wednesday and shared a split shot of the couple's gorgeous wedding ceremony with the caption, "I will."
The romantic before-and-after snap features Hall and his new wife standing at the altar before happily walking down the church steps as husband and wife.
Hall's groomsmen included his Little Rascals co-star, Zachary Mabry (aka Porky), and Wizards of Waverly Place star David Henrie.
"Getting ready to take off with my love! @bug_hall here we come!" Henrie captioned a car selfie with his fiancee, Maria Cahill, taken a day before the wedding.
DeGroff hasn't shared any wedding snapshots, though she did post a sweet birthday message to her now husband on Instagram, days before walking down the aisle.
"The happiest of birthdays to this handsome man," DeGroff captioned a photo of Hall on Feb. 4. "My soon to be husband! I’m so grateful to get to spend the rest of your birthdays by your side. I love you, my sweet man."
Hall may forever be known for playing Alfalfa, but a lot has changed since his days in the Little Rascals crew.
The Texas native has built a resume in both film and TV, appearing in American Pie Presents: The Book of Love and hit shows like Masters of Sex, Castle and CSI.