"Duck Dynasty" newlyweds John Luke Robertson and his wife, Mary Kate, recently shared sweet photos from their two-week "dream honeymoon" across Australia and Indonesia.
As previously reported by the Gospel Herald, the couple, who are both 19, tied the knot on the Robertson family farm in West Monroe on June 27.
The the wedding, which was officiated by John-Luke's father, Willie Robertson, was attended by over 800 friends. The young couple celebrated the joyous event with family and friends while a local band played both Christian and secular songs, including "Sweet Caroline" and "Amazing Grace."
"It was one of the best days of my life! It was everything I hoped it would be and more," McEacharn told US Weekly about her special day.
Immediately after their wedding, the couple flew to Australia for their honeymoon, and recently shared several stunning photos of their getaway on Instagram.
While Mary Kate said the trip was a "dream," she and her new husband are excited to return home to start their new lives together.
"These past two weeks were an absolute dream! But happy to be heading back to Louisiana," she captioned alongside a beach photo of her and John Luke.
During their honeymoon, couple enjoyed a variety of activities, including boating, jet skiing, snorkeling, and swimming with stingrays, fish and sharks. They also spent time doing more relaxing activities, such as reading, praying, and talking about their shared Christian faith.
In one photo shared from the excursion, Mary Kate wrote about God's "goodness" while sharing a photo of a healthy breakfast and a sparkling ocean.
"Talks about our awesome Creator over breakfast. ... God continues to just completely amaze me by His goodness and by not only the way He creates beautiful things, but how He also creates us to see things as beautiful!" she wrote.
Willie and Korie's oldest son popped the question last October to McEacharn on his 19th birthday by presenting his wife-to-be with a photo album that included a picture of her engagement ring on the last page.
"Some people say we are too young. I have heard all the stories and all the advice," Roberson wrote on his "Young and Beardless" blog at the time.
"I have come to the conclusion that a lasting marriage does not depend on when you get married. A lasting marriage depends on how forgiving you are and how much you love God Almighty. Those are the things that hold people together."