Former "Duck Dynasty" star Sadie Robertson is now married.
The reality star and former "Dancing With the Stars" contestant, 22, tied the knot with Christian Huff in a ceremony surrounded by family and friends on Monday in Louisiana.
A few snaps from the wedding were shared by guests on Instagram.
The couple announced their engagement earlier in June and shared a video last week with details on their nuptials.
They revealed their wedding would take place in an unconventional location -- on a tennis court.
"Christian and I love playing tennis, and we had this idea ... to have a wedding on a tennis court, to take the net off and lay down astroturf and put grass all around the walls and lights over the grass," she shared in a vlog.
They also shared that their siblings would be taking part in the ceremony.
"We are so excited about that because there's a part of our wedding where's there's that union part of the wedding -- some people pour sand together, some people light a candle together -- we're actually going to take communion together," Robertson explained. "Then we're going to invite the whole wedding ceremony to worship with us."
In a letter from Huff to Robertson before their wedding, posted to her blog on Monday, he wrote about the significance of their union.
"I am beyond ready to be your husband and for you to be my wife," he wrote. "So thankful for how Jesus has guided us and led us the whole way. What a magical moment we are about to encounter and oh the fruits of the spirit that will be evident in that space at our wedding."
A few of Roberton's family members also shared letters on Roberton's blog for her before the wedding.
Her mother Korie Robertson's letter shared how excited she was for the day.
"God truly made you an original," she wrote. "He knew all along the things he was preparing you for. Including this moment, the most special of moments, that we are about to celebrate. You’re getting married to the love of your life!"
"Those cute little fingers are about to have a wedding ring on them!" she added. "You are going to be the most radiant bride."
Her grandmother Chrys Howard also showed her support with a loving letter.
"I am so happy for you and Christian as you take on the world, no longer relying for your parents or grandparents, but on each other for all of life’s minor and major decision," she wrote.