The duo also confirmed their nuptials on their own social media accounts. "Today," Musgraves tweeted, adding a bride and heart emoji just hours before the Saturday evening ceremony. The night prior, Kelly posted about his last night as a party of one on Instagram: "Last night as a bachelor. Finally ready to throw in that towel cuz I actually found the real thing. Couldn't be more proud to have all our family and friends here to honor this new union." The next day, the Black Magic singer also shared a beautiful photo of an open field and farmhouse, where the nuptials reportedly took place. "Last night was incredible. To all our people who came and wished us well and gave their love and danced their faces clean off: thank you SO," he wrote on Twitter.
The musicians went public with their relationship in 2016, and announced their plans to wed on Instagram over Christmas last year. "Last night the best man I've ever met got down on one knee in my little pink childhood home," Musgraves wrote, alongside a photo of her engagement ring. "In the same room I played with my ponies and barbies and asked me the easiest question I've ever been asked. I finally know what everyone means when they say, 'You just know.'" Kelly was equally as excited about the proposal. "I have never met a more incredible partner and woman," he wrote in his own post. "Last night I became the luckiest, proudest and happiest man ever. I asked the brightest light in my life to marry me."
We'll have to wait to hear more about the country music stars' ceremony and reception, but if it was half as magical as the couple indicated, those details are worth waiting for. "Last night. Can't wait to show y'all more later when I come down [off of] cloud 9," Musgraves wrote the night after the ceremony.