Levi Johnston, Sunny Oglesby Wedding: Bristol Palin's Son Tripp Noticeably Absent

Levi Johnston, the ex-fiance of Bristol Pail, recently married Sunny Oglesby, who is the mother of his second child, just over one month after their baby's birth.

The couple, who raised eyebrows in May when it was revealed that their baby would be named after a firearm, welcomed Breeze Beretta Johnston into the world in September. Weeks later Johnston, 22, and Oglesby, 20, exchanged "I Dos" before 100 of their closest family and friends at Settler's Bay Lodge in Wasilla, Alaska, according to MailOnline.com

Oglesby stunned guests as she stepped out in a uniquely ruffled white floor-length bandeau gown with a matching train and sparkling tiara. Johnston opted for a traditional tux although his brown bow collar added a slight twist.

The newlyweds appeared to be in good spirits while posing for wedding photos against a rural backdrop although noticeably absent from the ceremony was Johnston's 3-year-old son Tripp.

Tripp, who is Johnston's first child with Palin, 21, has been at the center of an on-going feud involving the exes. In early 2012 Johnston implied that Palin, the daughter of former Governor of Alaska Sarah Palin, had barred him from seeing his son.

"I love Tripp more than anything and he is my son but I don't feel like a dad to him. Not by choice … hopefully one day I can be," Johnston told "The Insider's" Brook Anderson.

In contrast it has been claimed that Johnston is simply an irresponsible father who has not paid child support for Tripp despite earning a reported $1 million.

"Levi Johnson hasn't paid child support in nearly two years ... And he has little contact with Tripp," a source told US Weekly magazine.

In August it was claimed that Johnston was "disgusted" after witnessing his son use offensive language on Palin's reality show "Bristol Palin: Life's a Tripp," and that he was seeking sole custody of Tripp.

"[Tripp] deserves a better family. I love my son more than anything .. and I will do whatever it takes to make sure he is raised the right way," a heated Johnston told TMZ.