The "Duck Dynasty" brood got bigger over the weekend. Reed Robertson married his high school sweetheart, Brighton Thompson, during a beautiful outdoor ceremony on Oct. 29.
Naturally, the whole family was there to see their realty TV co-star tie the knot.
The wedding vows were well-documented on social media by the "Duck Dynasty" clan. The vows apparently went better than the honeymoon.
"I married my best friend yesterday. Brighton and I's first day of marriage has been, well, interesting," Reed said while captioning a photo from the wedding. "Got kicked off our flight at 5 am, ate Popeyes for lunch, saw a terrible movie, and missing 2 days of our honeymoon because of it and I couldn't be more thrilled to adventure with you Brighton. Today and for the rest of my life."
The plane incident seems to be the only speed bump in the marriage so far, because the wedding day looked amazing.
"Wow did this really just happen...our wedding was the most fun party OF MY LIFE," Brighton wrote alongside a photo of them after the vows. "So excited to start this new adventure with my new husband😊🎉."
Photos show that the couple said their "I do's" under a grand flower arch in the middle of a forest. Brighton wore a gorgeous V-cut gown. Reed, meanwhile, donned a slick navy-blue suit.
"Impossible to put into one post all of the wonderful moments of last night, but here are a few," Reed's mom, Missy Robertson, wrote along with a collage of photos. "I'll post more later as I am a very proud and blessed mama!#ReedLovesBrighton #BlessedBlessedBlessed."
She also shared an image of her dancing with her son, as well as a shot of Reed's sister sharing a dance with the groom.
Attendees of the wedding included Willie Robertson and his wife Korie.
"My wedding date #forever 😍#reedandbrighton," Korie captioned a photo of her and her husband at the wedding.
Nearly a year ago, Reed proposed with a 3-carat diamond ring, a family heirloom. Us Weekly reported that the couple designed the unique setting together and had it made in Nashville. Brighton, though, didn't see the finished product until it was placed on her finger.