Can someone pass us a tissue? We've been swooning over every detail of Kelly Clarkson's wedding ever since she announced her engagement to Nashville-based talent manager Brandon Blackstock last December. She's shared everything, from her engagement photos to her sudden plan to elope to her first pictures from married life after her wedding on October 20.
Though we already loved their beautiful wedding portrait from their weekend nuptials at Blackberry Farm in Walland, Tennessee, she's really got us dreaming of Southern, fall nuptials with the wedding video she posted to her Twitter page.
The 1:27 piece, set to "Heavenly Day" by Patty Griffin, begins with the gorgeous scenery at the romantic wedding venue, complete with meadows, streams, a covered bridge, and an abundance of rich autumn colors.
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It then perfectly captures the romance of their special day, showing an extremely intimate ceremony—just an officiant, a ring bearer, and one attendant, small enough to mirror the elopement they dreamed of—followed by footage of the Temperley London-clad Clarkson and her new husband standing in a stream, rowing, dancing on dock, and gleefully strolling outside the luxury Smoky Mountain hotel. The video closed with their new, husband-and-wife names: Brandon and Kelly Blackstock.
The Tweet Clarkson sent with the video echoed that newlywed happiness.
We think Kelly's "Tie It Up," which she's referenced in every wedding-related Tweet, is such a fun bridal song that any girl will love, regardless of her relationship status.
Thanks for always sharing your joy, Kelly! Congratulations!