More photos have emerged from Liam Hemsworth and Miley Cyrus' wedding day, which has been described as "perfect".
The Australian star of The Hunger Games movie franchise and the former Disney child star turned Billboard chart-topping artiste tied the knot in front of family and friends, including Hemsworth's brothers Chris and Luke, at the couple's Nashville home on Sunday.
Miley's famous father, Billy Ray Cyrus posted new photos to Instagram, revealing more of the celebrations.
One of the images was taken on Billy Ray's "out dated blackberry camera", and it shows Miley and Liam cutting their wedding cake in front of close family and friends.
Billy Ray posted the image with the caption: "Wedding wouldn't be complete without one shot from Dads out dated blackberry camera. Love seeing all so happy."
He also shared a photograph of the happy couple embracing, with the caption: "Congratulations @LiamHemsworth @MileyCyrus Long live love !!!!!"
The country music singer also posted a photo of Miley with him and his wife Tish as they stood in front of a beautiful floral arch and the famous pop star was wearing her ivory Vivienne Westwood bridal gown while holding her bouquet.
Tish also shared the picture on her Instagram, gushing: "This makes my heart so happy …"
Liam's famous brothers Luke and Chris were also captured in social media images posted to Instagram, where they could be seen lining up to drink shots from a wooden plank.
Liam's father Craig Hemsworth was also seen at the event, taking part in the celebrations where he lined up to drink shots with his boys.
Miley was also filmed dancing while barefoot where she serenaded her new husband Liam.
In the days, that followed the A-list couple's nuptials, there was no official announcement but they first posted multiple photos and videos on social media to confirm it.
Some of their famous friends, including British DJ and producer Mark Ronson and romance author Nicholas Sparks, also posted congratulatory messages on Twitter.
"They always wanted a small, private celebration with family and close friends and that's what they got," a source told People.com.
"Miley seems ecstatic.
"She loves her Tennessee home and was very happy about having the ceremony there."
Hemsworth, 28, and Cyrus, 26, met a decade ago when they were cast opposite each other in the romantic drama, The Last Song, based on Sparks' novel.
Photos and videos posted on social media by the couple and friends show the Hemsworth brothers downing "shotskis", Hemsworth and Cyrus kissing and cuddling, and the bride dancing barefoot in her wedding dress to Bruno Mars' hit Uptown Funk.