Congratulations on country superstar Luke Bryan and his family after the wedding of his niece Jordan Cheshire this weekend. The country superstar’s family gathered to celebrate the happy occasion on September 5 in Tennessee, as she married longtime boyfriend Clint Eudy. Bryan’s wife Caroline Bryan, mother LeClaire, the wedding planner and many more quickly shared several photos from the event along with their wishes on social media. Jordan is the oldest of three children born to the older sister of this country singer Kelly and her husband Ben.
Their parents tragically died less than 7 years apart. According to the event organizer, Emily Clarke Events, the wedding took place at the Troubadour Gold and Field Club, located south of Nashville, and was an outdoor event under sheer curtains and sparkling white lighting. Bryan walked Cheshire down the aisle on her big day while wearing a tuxedo and holding her arm, leading her to her fiance. Later that evening, the duo also shared a special dance in front of their guests.
Caroline posted a photo on Instagram to congratulate the couple, writing: “Happy wedding day Jordan !!!! I love every apology for driving in a dress !!! Let’s do this !!! #eudyone @jordancheshire @clinteudy.” Cheshire and Eudy have been together since 2015 and both live in Bryan’s hometown of Leesburg, Georgia. In December 2020, she announced her engagement via Instagram with the caption: “I woke up this morning with a fiancé !!! @clinteudy, I can’t wait to marry you. I love you so much.”
In 2007, Jordan’s mother died at the age of 39 of unknown causes. His father, Ben cheshire died in 2014 of a reported heart attack. The three children, Jordan, Chris and Til moved in with Bryan and his family, taking them as their own. He recently opened up about his tragedies in a new documentary, My dirt road log.
While promote the series he told People, “You never got over your grief. You still breathe it. You really never get over it. You never really realize it happened. I mean, it still is. there. people to come out of tragedy, hopefully my behavior is what matters to me in life. “