Country star couple tied the knot, but all eyes were on bride's racey vintage wedding dress
It's hard to contain the excitement after getting married, and celebrities won't even think about it, as more attention is always good for them.
According to Country Living, Maren Morris and Ryan Hurd tied the knot Saturday, March 24, 2018, in the city of Nashville.
The same outlet revealed that the "My Church" singer is posting wedding pictures already, happy to share the excitement with all the fans.
Morris already published one picture of them on her Instagram account, in which they can be seen sharing their first kiss as husband and wife.
'My last turn home,' the country star captioned on the post, as she was referencing the Tim McGraw song the two wrote together.
In the Instagram post can also be seen Morris' edgy dress, an unconventionally short style inspired by the one her mother wore for her wedding in 1989.
"She was a badass and had this short wedding dress, so I sent it to this designer that I love," Morris told People in October.
She thought that they could make a modern version that wedding dress, and she branded it as "really cool but still throwback with her vibe."
That designer in charge of this cool-looking garment was Nashville-based Cavanagh Baker, who made a custom embroidered lace creating with a short skirt and a long train.
According to People, instead of a strapless neckline, the singer's gown featured handmade crystal straps and a beautiful but detachable train.
Although Morris met Hurd in 2013, the two were friends for years before music got them much closer in 2015. After saying the vows, the couple danced down the aisle to Wilson Phillips's "Hold On."