The couple eloped at the Six Senses Laamu resort in the idyllic tropical nation last week.
On Friday, social media manager Brittany took to Instagram to share the happy news with her followers.
‘Yesterday was beyond incredible… we did it!’ she wrote alongside a loved-up video.
The social butter founder looked stunning in a short white dress, featuring delicate lace overlay and flower cut-outs.
As the stunning blonde’s sun-drenched tresses flapped in the ocean breeze, she held a white rose bouquet and donned a pair of round sunglasses.
Meanwhile, her big wave surfer beau cut a relaxed silhouette in a pair of chinos and a crisp white shirt.
On Friday the big wave aficionado took to his personal Instagram account to share the wedding news with his 240,000 Instagram followers.
‘Mrs Mathews. Britt Jones told me now that we are married she doesn’t have to pretend to like surfing anymore,’ he joked in the caption.
He documented the special day with a media slideshow consisting of a stunning snap and a clip.
In the clip, the loved-up pair looked elated as they walked side-by-side on the white sandy beach.
‘We got married! We’re just going to quit surfing now!’ Mark announced in jest in the clip.
‘I get to be my true self….I get to be my real self!’ Brittany exclaimed in the video.
The Australian surfing enthusiasts became engaged in November, 2017.
Mark took to his Instagram account to announce the special news by sharing a snap of pair basking in their engagement glow.
‘Best day ever! Not sure if Brittany is more stoked on the perfect waves or the proposal?’ he joked in the caption.
According to the Gold Coast Bulletin, the loved-up pair met on the glitter strip while Brittany was studying at Bond University.
True to form, the bubbly blonde admitted the pair’s first date took place in the surf.
‘For our first date he took me stand-up paddle boarding,’ Brittany revealed to the Bulletin in October 2014.
‘We go surfing a lot. I used to do nippers at Emu Park so I knew a little bit about surfing but my surfing has definitely improved now that I have a live-in coach,’ she added.
The award-winning surfer has won a number of accolades during his professional career, including three Oakley Big Wave Awards.
Mark, who is from Sydney originally has taken on some of the world’s most dangerous waves.
Most notably, he charged down one of the world’s most notorious reef breaks, renowned for its great white shark presence in Tasmania.
During this particular ride, ‘Mark hit a reef and instantly blacked out. Terror engulfed every inch of his being. Neck braced and hospital-ridden, he didn’t know if he could ever surf again,’ according to markmathews.com
‘At that moment, Mark made a decision never to allow fear to overpower him again.’
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