Move over, The Bachelor: There’s another matchmaking reality show in town. After weeks of wedding rumors, former The Voice co-hosts Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton got married at Shelton’s Oklahoma ranch on Saturday. The Voice’s host, Carson Daly, officiated the ceremony, but Adam Levine, Shelton’s former fellow judge on the show, was reportedly not present. What was present: monogrammed cowboy boots, which Stefani wore to the reception along with a custom Vera Wang minidress. Stefani and Shelton, who started dating in 2015, announced their engagement in October. Due to Stefani’s Catholic faith, the pair had to annul their previous marriages before wedding (Stefani was previously married to Gavin Rossdale, and Shelton to Miranda Lambert). Stefani took to Instagram on Tuesday to share some pictures of the wedding day, which Shelton (like a good Instagram husband) then reposted.
Update, July 6: Daly spilled about Shelton and Stefani’s nuptials on the Today show, calling it “perfectly them.” Daly said the event “was as elegant and refined and cool as Gwen is, and it was as country and down-home and fun as Blake is.” “They’re like if you pair delicious fried chicken with a glass of Champagne,” he said of the couple. “On paper and on the menu, it doesn’t seem to work, but it works. It’s comfort food with class. And everybody roots for that.” (Indeed — we would root for that as a wedding-menu pairing.) Daly added that he convinced Shelton and Stefani to write their own vows, saying that Shelton performed a song for Stefani for his. As we’ve previously declared: Wife Guy.