More than a month after exchanging vows with her husband Jonathan Rogers, fans of country singer Allie Brooks finally have the chance to see some of the official pictures from their beautiful wedding.
On November 11, 2018, 22-year-old Allie Brooks took to her Instagram account to share a slideshow of pictures from her wedding day’s photo shoot, captured by the lens of Ann-Marie Wyatt, finally showing her dress in full.
The first of a set of four snapshots shows the loving couple in black and white, both of them with their eyes closed as they join heads in the middle of a forest, and they appear to be delighted to start their new lives together.
In the second photo, Brook’s dress was revealed in its entirety to her expectant followers. The design for her bridal outfit featured an off-the-shoulder back that left some of her tattoo exposed, and she looked stunning. Read more on our Twitter account @amomama_usa
The third picture shows the bride holding her bouquet while she plants a kiss on her smiley groom’s cheek, and the fourth takes us inside the church to see the happy couple sharing their first kiss as husband and wife.
The bride’s famous father, 56-year-old country music star Garth Brooks, didn’t appear in any of the photos Allie posted, there is no doubt that the loving and proud father was feeling on top of the world on his daughter’s special day.
The “Ask Me How I Know” singer was there when Allie’s then-boyfriend Rogers got down on one knee to pop the question in the middle of one of Garth’s concerts.
Not long after tying the not on October 6, Allie opened up about growing up with such a big music legend, and she made clear that she has the best memories about it and enjoys a great relationship to her father.
Allie, who is the youngest of Brooks’ three daughters with first wife Sandy Mahl, shared that her father was always there for her and she never felt like a celebrity was raising her.
She also praised her parents and stepmother for the way they made sure that the sisters were as less affected as possible by Garth and Mahl’s divorce and the former’s marriage to Trisha Yearwood.
Following the November 7 mass shooting in California, when a gunman opened fire against the crowd gathered at the Bordeline Bar in Thousand Oaks, killing 12, Brooks opened the CMA Awards honoring the victims.
“On behalf of our country music community, I want to say that tonight’s show is lovingly dedicated to the 12 individuals who we lost far too soon just a week ago tonight at the Borderline in Thousand Oaks, Calif. Tonight, let’s celebrate their lives.”
-Garth Brooks, People, November 14, 2018.