"There are no words to describe the amount of love and light in my heart right now", she described in the caption of her Instagram post.
Then he explained that they planned "this attractive day for nearly a year, quot;; however, they "had to change everything, quot; and had no guests due to the global coronavirus pandemic".
The newlywed went on to call the rescheduling a "difficult decision", but one that was important "to keep everyone safe". "It's great that we now have the video's and photo's of the wedding and be able to share it". "Proper now we're encouraging the world to carry onto hope and love, which can carry us ahead throughout this profound time in historical past".
Her little brother Robert walked her down the aisle on a day that was filled with "smiles and tears".
'Today we celebrated life and revelled in every lovely moment we shared together in our Australia Zoo gardens'.
'To everyone reading this - stay safe, social distance and remember LOVE WINS!' she concluded.
'Bindi and Chandler, words can not describe how happy and proud I am that today you started your married life and celebrated love during a hard time for our world, ' he said.
At the beginning of March, Bindi posted an image of herself, Chandler and Robert holding her bridal bouquet bouquets.
Irwin had previously spoken of her plans for the wedding, which included her brother Robert walking her down the aisle and a tribute to her late father - elements that remained part of the ceremony. Today, March 25, 2020, marks the most wonderful day of my life.
"I do know you'd be beaming with satisfaction when the time comes that he walks me down the aisle", Bindi continued, earlier than including, "I want you would be right here for these moments, however I do know that your spirit lives on in us". Bindi and Chandler began dating in 2015 after the two met on a private tour of the Australia Zoo in Queensland.
Bindi and Chandler got engaged last July and the "Dancing With the Stars" victor previously gushed about finding "true happiness" with him.
Last year, he finally popped the question on Bindi's 21st birthday, after first getting the family's approval and enlisting the help of Robert, who documented the special moment with his camera.
The television star then asked her followers to relay any wedding advise they may have to her.
"The Australia Zoo family are thrilled for Bindi and Chandler, we wish them a long and happy future together as husband and wife", the zoo said in a statement.
Bindi Irwin also delivered an uplifting message during a hard time in which more than 400,000 cases of coronavirus have been diagnosed across the world, including more than 2,300 in Australia, according to Johns Hopkins University.