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This NASCAR wedding was even more glamorous than we thought Instagram/@whitneyward

Many little girls dream of their wedding day, wondering how they’ll wear her hair, what dress they’ll pick, who will meet them at the end of the aisle and every glamorous detail in between.

Well, Whitney Dillon’s ceremony officially took glamour to a whole new level, as her December 2017 wedding to NASCAR driver Austin Dillon is beyond anything we could have ever imagined!

We previously showed you a few photos she’d posted from her big day, but new pictures surfacing on her Instagram page show that this shindig at Childress Vineyards in North Carolina was even bigger than we thought!

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Let’s start with this incredible gown she wore. Holy moly! Look at the lace-up bodice. This dress is absolutely stunning.

As were her bridesmaids’ gowns. We just love this photo of Whitney and her maid of honor, bff Mariel Lane.

It certainly looks like this wedding party was a tight-knit group. Whitney and Dillon clearly had a blast taking these pictures with their “wolfpack and flossy possy.”

And look at these little “show stoppers!” How cute are these tiny flower girls?

Of course the party got started when the Tennessee Titans cheerleaders showed up, which was no doubt a very special moment for Whitney, a former member of that squad.

But our favorite photo to date comes from this special moment: the father-daughter dance.

“I promised my dad when I was 10 years old we would dance to ‘Butterfly Kisses’ on my wedding day,” she captioned the shot. “I’ll never forget this moment. I love you so much.”

These photos are bringing a tear to our eyes, too! We know dad Rick Ward was so proud to see his beautiful daughter so happy on her big day—and even happier that he has such a stand-up guy like Austin for a son-in-law.

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Congratulations to this gorgeous couple!

Samantha Stephens absolutely lives for music. When she's not making it, she's talking or writing about it. She's worked in all arenas of the country music world for nearly a decade, from syndicated radio and television to print journalism. She's even been known to crash a red carpet or two, true story.
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