LANCO's "Greatest Love Story" has been climbing the music charts since its release, and the sweet tune has likely served as the soundtrack for many proposals. Now, the singer of the famous song has hit a new milestone in his own love story. Brandon Lancaster just tied the knot with his college sweetheart, Tiffany Trotter.
According to Entertainment Tonight, the couple wed on Sunday at Mint Spring Farms, a venue outside of Nashville, Tennessee. The rustic celebration was attended by around 200 guests, and the ceremony took place in an indoor/outdoor chapel. The pastor—Justin Walker—just happened to be the teacher's assistant for the college class where Lancaster and Trotter met. Each recited two sets of vows—one that was custom, and one that was traditional. "It's cool to be tied to that tradition that so many people have been a part of, but also to step aside and put a personal touch to it and express our feelings," Lancaster shared of their decision.
Trotter wore a Maggie Sottero wedding dress, while her bridesmaids were dressed in mismatched blue gowns. Her bouquet was made from the venue's own flowers—some of which she also put in her hair. Lancaster—who donned a custom Kenneth Cole suit—described what it was like to see his bride walk down the aisle to Coldplay's "'Til Kingdom Come." "That was the most surreal moment," he recalled. "Seeing this beautiful girl who is my best friend, and who is now going to be my wife. It was like everything was moving in slow motion."
The wedding reception took place in a barn. The main meal was prepared by The Chef and I, the cake was made by Dulce Desserts, and guests also drank a signature cider cocktail called "Appily Ever After." Festivities began with old-fashioned square dancing—a creative and successful addition. "It creates a sense of community where everybody gets out of their seat and dances, 'cause they tell you what to do," Trotter explained. "Everybody was on the dance floor all night," Lancaster added. "The way the wedding ended, everyone was still on the dance floor. We played John Denver's "Take Me Home, Country Roads" and everyone got in a huge circle and was swaying." Additionally, the couple's first dance was set to Ray LaMontagne's "Let It Be Me," and Tim McGraw's "My Little Girl" played for Trotter's dance with her father.
What about LANCO's hit song, which was partially inspired by the couple's own romance? "I played it for Tiffany on an acoustic guitar years ago. That was our moment with the song," Lancaster said. Nevertheless, their guests still requested it, so the tune was played at the wedding, too. "We were truly surprised with how perfect the day went," Trotter shared overall. "There were little pockets of time that Brandon and I just got to be together, even if we were just waiting to be announced, having little moments that were just us was really special."