‘The Bachelorette’s’ Emily Maynard Got Married (Wearing Cowboy Boots!)

Emily Maynard: FameFlyNet / TheKnot.com FameFlyNet

A pink wedding dress? So chic. A surprise wedding ceremony? So fun. And a pair of cowboy boots? Rustic perfection. And guess who had all three over the weekend—The Bachelorette alum Emily Maynard!

The former reality star wed fiance Tyler Johnson in what 200 guests thought was an engagement party at Tyler’s parents’ farm in South Carolina. But they got married instead, in a “romantic and beautiful” ceremony, reports Us Weekly.

Emily wore a strapless pink tulle Modern Trousseau ball gown with a dark pink sash and carried a bouquet of peonies, and changed into a white lace dress for the reception. And for her feet, she embraced her North Carolina roots and wore cowboy boots. Her four-tier wedding cake was also pink, and Emily’s 8-year-old daughter, Ricki, served as her maid of honor.

The couple’s rustic wedding was complete with a live country band, according to E!, and a Southern menu including fried chicken and pulled pork.

See Emily’s wedding dress, wedding cake and more pics of her wedding below:

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