That’s Kacey Kelly, thank you! Country superstar Kacey Musgraves exchanged vows with Ruston Kelly this weekend in Tennessee, and the couple both respectively took to their Instagram accounts on Sunday, October 15, to revel in their newfound marriage.
Musgraves, best known for her hit song “Follow Your Arrow,” posted a photo of her bouquet resting on the marble counter of her new kitchen. “The sweet morning after the most unbelievably magical night,” she wrote. “Wish I could live in yesterday forever.”
The groom also took to Instagram to share a photo of some of his guests walking towards an open field leading to their new home. “Last night was incredible,” Kelly wrote. “To all of our people who came and gave their love and wished us well and danced their asses off: thank you so very much.” In the same post, Musgraves’ husband tagged her matron of honor Kelly Christine Sutton and set the location as “Just Married.”
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Sutton, who posted a pic from the intimate, outdoor wedding, wore a black dress with spaghetti straps while executing her bridemaid duties. “Be a matron of honor in the world’s prettiest wedding,” Sutton captioned the pic. “Congrats @rustonkelly & @spaceykacey.”
Musgraves and Kelly married on Saturday, October 14, after a nearly 10-month engagement. The groom, also a country singer, proposed to his girlfriend at the time on Christmas Eve in her childhood home.
“We had just been at my parent’s house randomly having a night of watching bittersweet old home tapes of all these beautiful family memories that were made in this little, old country house I grew up in that I now have,” Musgraves posted in December 2016, at the height of proposal season. “…It was so special. Of all the places in the world I’ve gotten to see, nowhere could mean more than this happening in tiny Golden, Texas in the house that completely made me who I am.”
The two have now remodeled an old home and made it their own. Prior to her nuptials, Musgraves posted photos of the abode—complete with wooden tables, clean white walls, and colorful carpets—and shared a sentimental post about her future.
“I love how everything turned out. Simple. Fresh. A little bit country. A little bit mod,” she expressed last week. “I’m glad these walls can’t talk because we knocked most of them down But I’m looking forward to it being a place that new memories will be made in. A place filled with laughter. And good dinners. The occasional not-so-good dinners. Blueberry messes and beautiful songs. Home.”