Congratulations are in order for singers and The Voice judges Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton, who met on the set of the popular singing competition. The pop star and former lead singer for No Doubt and the famous country crooner announced their nuptials on July 3, 2021 via their respective Instagram accounts.
Gwen shared the happy news alongside a photo of her kissing Blake and flashing her stunning sparkler with the caption: "July 3rd 2021 dreams do come true !!! ❤️🙏🏻 @blakeshelton i love you." Blake reposted the same photo slideshow shortly after to commemorate the special occasion.
The couple met on the set of The Voice as they are both judges on the hit NBC show and singing competition, and they announced their engagement on Tuesday, October 27, 2020. Nearly nine months later, the happy couple is married!
Though the singers have different musical backgrounds, they've been able to write together and also team up on a few songs, including "Nobody But You" from Blake's album Fully Loaded: God's Country and "Happy Anywhere," which was released as a single in July.
Just over eight months after their engagement, they were wed at Blake Shelton's Oklahoma ranch, where he reportedly had a chapel built for the purpose of marrying his beloved. Gwen Stefani was stunning in a Vera Wang ball gown and chapel-length veil for the intimate ceremony, as well as a shorter party dress for the festivities. She wore a pair of white stiletto cowboy boots to seamlessly blend the chic and country style of the big day, while Blake Shelton wore jeans dressed up with a blazer and bow tie.
By the looks of the wedding photos that have been shared, the couple decided to go with classic white décor for the chapel ceremony and outdoor reception, and they opted for an opulent wedding cake that stayed true to tradition. Lanterns and candelabras provided an elegant ambience throughout the night.
As Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani met on The Voice as judges and are close with the show's host, their dear friend Carson Daly officiated the emotional service. On Instagram, he wrote "Here comes the bride…so honored to get to marry two of my favorite people on earth. May God bless you guys in this new chapter of your lives. We love you!"