Country star Mitchell Tenpenny and Meghan Patrick married in Tennessee | New

country music star Mitchell Tenpenny is a married man.

Platinum artist and singer Meghan Patrick got married this weekend in Tennessee. The lovebirds exchanged vows in an outdoor ceremony under colorful trees. Close friends and family were in attendance, including the rising singer-songwriter ERNEST.

Ahead of their special day, the hitmaker said PEOPLE that he was looking forward to seeing his lovely lady in white and becoming newlyweds. While catching up with the publication, he shared what he thinks will be a healthy and happy marriage.

“Getting to call himself husband and white,” Tenpenny shared. “Trust, respect, [and] never stop flirting or dating [keep our relationship strong]. Fight for each other, not with each other,” he added.

Patrick made a beautiful bride in a bohemian Rue De Seine dress with puff sleeves. As she donned a custom pair of Lucchese snakeskin boots, Tenpenny wore a royal green blazer and jeans.

Patrick had his bridal tribe in a range of warm tones as the groomsmen sported matching cowboy hats and handmade boutonnieres. According to exitthe Canadian country star carefully created the wedding accessory from real bird feathers and flowers she harvested herself.

The rustic ceremony and reception included sentimental touches. Patrick designed the wooden altar with his father, which included a horseshoe for good luck. For something borrowed, she took her grandparents’ wedding cake topper to top off their sweet bourbon vanilla treat. Tenpenny even brought in longtime friend and high school football coach Scott Tillman to officiate.

After the rustic ceremony, the country couple served a delicious barbecue and Happenstance Whiskey as their signature cocktail. The well-organized wedding was carefully planned to complete the perfect couple. Tenpenny thinks they are a match made in heaven.

“[We knew each other was the one] because we knew our dreams and our relationship could work together,” he explained. “We’re best friends with each other.”

Tenpenny took to social media on Monday afternoon (October 24) to share a snapshot of their momentous day and express his unending love.

“I can’t wait to spend eternity with you,” he wrote in the caption.

Absent members of the country community flocked to the comments to send their best wishes.

“Congratulations, all of you,” said Chris Lane. “I love you guys!! Congratulations!!” share rich tyler. “Stop now!!!!!!” added HARDY’s bride caleigh ryan.

The record singer popped the question in November 2021 at Losers Bar & Grill in Music City — the exact bar they first crossed paths at. Tenpenny revealed he had “a whole speech planned”, until his emotions took over.

“She was crying, I was crying. All I wanted was to hear him say yes! he said. “I also thought there would be all these things that I would have said. And all I could say was ‘Yes! “Then we both tripped awkwardly trying to get the ring on my finger,” she added.

Their wedding followed the release of her 20-song album, “It’s the heavy.” The country crooner is set to hit the road in January for his headliner It’s the heavy tour. While enjoying life as a newlywed, it will kick off in Salt Lake City and end on February 25 in Athens, GA.

Toya J. Bell