It's official: Maren Morris and Ryan Hurd are hitched! The country stars tied the knot Saturday, March 24, 2018, in Nashville. And now, the "My Church" singer is posting wedding pictures.
In the Instagram photo, Morris (27) and Hurd (31) share their first kiss as husband and wife. "My last turn home," the bride wrote in the caption, referencing the the two wrote together.
The sweet shot also shows a sneak peek at Morris's wedding dress, an unconventionally short style inspired by the one her mom wore for her own nuptials in 1989.
"She was a badass and had this short wedding dress, so I sent it to this designer that I love," Morris told in October. "I was like, 'If we can do a modern version of my mom's wedding dress just dreaming something up really cool but still throwback with her vibe, I would love to make that happen.' So I'm just waiting to get sketches back but I know it'll be perfect."
That designer? Nashville-based Cavanagh Baker, who dreamed up a custom embroidered lace creation with a short skirt and a long train, just like her mama's. Only instead of a strapless neckline, the singer's gown featured handmade crystal straps—and the train was designed to be detachable (a.k.a. dance floor-ready!), reports.
Morris met Hurd in 2013 but the two were friends for years before music brought them together in 2015. Hurd has written several songs about Morris, including "Love In a Bar" and, shortly before their July engagement, "Diamonds or Twine."
"I wrote this song for you, played it for you in Michigan the night I asked you to marry me," Ryan recently recalled on . "Diamonds or Twine, no matter what, I'll be wrapped around your finger. I love you, MM. Here's to forever."
Their friend Karina Argow served as officiant—and she apparently flubbed the line "in sickness and in health," instead saying "in thickness and in health." No matter: The mistake had everyone laughing!
After reciting self-written vows, the newly married husband and wife danced down the aisle to Wilson Phillips's "Hold On," sticking to their vision for the big day.
"We just want it to feel like a party," Morris told . "We don't want it to feel stuffy or have this long 18-course dinner. We want it to be like us. ... It's going to be a complete reflection of both of our styles and tastes and I'm so excited to share it with everybody."
Keeping with tradition, the bride's dad walked her down the aisle—and the two later shared a father-daughter dance.
Oh, and Morris's sister, Karsen, even carried the couple's adorable new bulldog, Pancake, down the aisle.
Though he did not pee on his handler during the ceremony, he did have an accident at some point during the celebration, as the groom revealed on Twitter.
Still, once is pretty good for such a young pup! And who could stay mad at that face?
At the reception, guests (including the mother and father of the bride, above) posed for pictures in the photo booth. And as Morris told People, there were likely lots of margaritas and Motown music.
"I feel like I'm the luckiest human to be yours," Morris captioned an Instagram photo following the celebration, as they honeymooned in Bora Bora. "I don't think we really abide by the whole 'soulmate' concept, because you don't complete me and I don't complete you. We are whole. But know this... you amplify me. You never try to water me down or extinguish my fire to be myself. You just love me. I promise to love you."
Congrats to the happy couple!