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Kelsea Ballerini and Morgans Evans Just Shared Photos from Their Honeymoon

These two are just so happy to be married. 

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I do.

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Marriage looks good on Kelsea Ballerini and Morgan Evans. Just two days after tying the knot in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, the couple shared a few snapshots from their tropical honeymoon, captioning their posts with the sweetest sentiments.

 

Evans took to Instagram last night, where he shared a photo kissing his new bride in an infinity pool. He finished off the post with a simple caption that perfectly summed up his commitment to his new role as husband: "I do." A day prior, the new Mrs. Evans shared her own photo, which showed her and her beau cuddling on the beach, their legs intertwined. "Mr. & Mrs. Evans," she wrote, clearly feeling that marital bliss.

 

Kelsea Ballerini and Morgan Evans Are Married!

 

 

Mr & Mrs. Evans.

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Ballerini also took to Twitter, where she expressed her excitement over being married in a series of tweets. "Woke up to the hottest human I've ever seen wearing a ring and ate leftover wedding cake for breakfast hello marriage," she wrote on Sunday, the morning after the ocean-side ceremony. Earlier that morning—likely after the couple's after party had wrapped—she tweeted just to tell her new husband how much she loves him. "I'm gonna love you forever. Forever and Evans, Amen," she wrote, before posting a heart emoji.

 

The country music couple exchanged vows on Saturday, in front of a small group of family and friends. The bride, wearing a classic wedding dress with lace details by Berta, walked barefoot down the sandy aisle. After saying "I do," the couple exchanged engraved David Yurman rings. Prior to the ceremony, the duo sat down with People to share their thoughts on marriage. "In the lead-up to a wedding, you ask a lot of your married friends—especially people that are in similar situations or similar age—'Does anything change or is it just the same but a little more awesome?' Everyone keeps telling us, 'Ah, it gets better,'" Evans said. "And so, whatever that means, I'm looking forward to that, and it's gonna be fun."

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