After tying the knot on Saturday, Maren Morris and Ryan Hurd took to social media on Sunday to share some beautiful photos from their wedding ceremony.
On Morris' Instagram, the bride shared a full length shot of the couple kissing at the altar, under what appears to be a plastic tent to block out the rain.
But the weather couldn't dampen the shine on this adorable pair or their stylish wedding attire. The bride wore a white gown that blended modern and traditional elements, with an almost mini-length front half and a flowing train from her waist that was custom made by Nashville-based designer Cavanagh Baker.
The dress was designed to pay homage to Morris' mom's vintage wedding dress, with it's high-low silhouette updated with modern details. Those details include couture embroidered lace from Spain and crystal straps handmade in India. Lace appliques also cover the train, which sits atop 20 layers of tulle, and is detachable for a night of dancing at the reception.
Morris also sported some sky-high bejewled heels, all the better to reach up to her tall hubby, who wore a bright blue suit, brown shoes, and a statement watch. The "My Church" singer also included the caption, "My last turn home," a nod to the song they wrote when they first met in Nashville.
Hurd also shared a sweet pic of the two, sharing another kiss, and giving us a better look at the front of Morris' gown, which also featured a sparkly belt over a lacy bodice, with a daring cutout in the center.
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ET caught up with Morris at the GRAMMYs in January, where the 27-year-old admitted that she hadn't yet purchased her wedding gown!
"We have a wedding planner who has her life together a lot more than we do," Morris joked, with Hurd adding that "It's been really excited to plan [the wedding]."
Hurd also made things extra romantic on Friday before the wedding, releasing a brand new song, "Diamonds or Twine" as an early gift for his bride-to-be.
“I played this song for Maren the night we got engaged,” Hurd said in a press release. “We were at the lake in Michigan, on the dock, and I will never forget that moment. Diamonds or twine, no matter what, I’ll be yours and you’ll be mine.”