The Robertson family of "Duck Dynasty" fame continues to grow. Rebecca Robertson, an exchange student from Taiwan who became the Robertsons' foster child in 2004, married John Reed Loflin in Mexico on Saturday.
Rebecca, 28, wore a custom Sherri Hill gown as she walked down the aisle with her father Willie, Duck Commander CEO and star of the A&E reality series. Various members of the Robertson family shared photos of the big day using the hashtag #LoflinWeddedWife.
Korie Robertson shared several photos of the happy event, including one of the groom with Rebecca's Taiwanese mom and her friends, and another of Rebecca walking alongside Willie.
"Not a dry eye in the place," Korie captioned the photo.
Bridesmaids included Rebecca's sisters Sadie and Bella Robertson, along with John Luke Robertson's wife, Mary Kate.
"WOW WOW WOW what a wedding," Sadie captioned one photo. "Every single moment was just absolutely priceless. I will cherish the memories forever! I love seeing my family grow."
Meanwhile, Rebecca expressed her happiness in a series of Instagram photos: "Still can't believe we got married yesterday, we were surrounded by family & close friends in the most beautiful place," she captioned one photo.
Earlier, she shared on Instagram that the couple dealt with flight delays on their way to Mexico, she shared she was "still smiling big, because this is just another fun adventure with my soon to be hubby."
Rebecca and her new husband announced their engagement at the start of 2016.
"After long time of patiently searching, I found the ultimate gem // Jeremiah 29:11," she wrote on Instagram, sharing a shot of her stunning opal ring.
"Our story starts here......I said yes to my best friend for life," Rebecca captioned a second picture of herself and Loflin snuggled together on the beach.
She currently runs Duck and Dressing, a boutique that she and Korie opened together in Monroe, Louisiana, and also joined the cast of Duck Dynasty in season five.
As earlier reported, "Duck Dynasty" will air its final episode in April of 2017 after an 11-season run.
On her Instagram page, Korie shared photos from the show throughout the years and included a lengthy caption thanking fans for their support.
"We are so thankful to every single one of you who have watched us, loved us, cheered us on, prayed for our family, and supported us along the way!" she wrote. "I promise you it has been noticed and we are forever grateful! We have a fun final season ahead of us so stick with us! We're not done yet...Thank you again for following along on our journey! Our kids have grown up in front of you and we are thankful for really awesome home movies."