By Jamie Cuccinelli. Photos: Getty.
It's official! Country singer Sam Hunt and his fiancée, Hannah Lee Fowler, are now married! After a short engagement, the couple became Mr. and Mrs. this weekend, tying the knot in an intimate hometown wedding. Here's everything we know about the country-chic I do's. And before you ask, no, there were no cowboy boots involved. (Well, that we know of...)
The CMT Music Awards winner and Grammy nominee first broke his nuptial news in early January of this year, revealing how he proposed to his sweetheart during a trip to Israel. But the proposal wasn't without its problems! With the ring in his pocket, Hunt and Fowler got into a bit of a spat right before he popped the question. "I think because I felt like this disagreement spoiled my big plan to ask her to marry me, it irritated me a little more, which contributed to making the little fight worse, and it escalated to the point where it actually worked out," Hunt explained on the radio show Ty, Kelly and Chuck, according to Taste of Country. "We got real for a minute, after this little riff that we had. In that moment, it just felt perfect. Everything after I asked her to marry me just fizzled away and we celebrated and got excited together." See all the wedding photos here.
All's well that ends well! And while that proposal wasn't exactly flawless, Hunt and Fowler managed to get hitched without, well, a single hitch!
According Us Weekly, Hunt and Fowler headed back to the groom's hometown of Cedartown, Georgia, on Saturday, April 15, to tie the knot among their close family and friends. The church ceremony was kept intimate but stunning, with the bride donning a white tulle wedding dress with flutter sleeves, simple ballet flats, and a country-chic side braid to say "I do." Nashville bridal designer Olia Zavozina was reportedly the one behind the gorgeous gown, as well as the groom's big-day look and the bridesmaids' dresses.
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In a snapshot of the bride heading into the church, Fowler's train is carried by one of her bridesmaids, who's wearing a lacy white frock. (See?! Bridesmaids can totally wear white!) Fowler's mile-wide smile also couldn't be missed. And shouldn't she be smiling?! It's the woman's wedding day, after all!
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