It’s a country music match made in heaven. Mitchell Tenpenny and Meghan Patrick are married, according to People. The musicians said “I do” on Sunday, October 23, 2022, during a rustic farm wedding in Tennessee. From a custom altar that the bride made with her father to a cake topper that the bride’s grandparents used at their wedding, the couple’s nuptials was filled with personal touches.
On the big day, the “Cool About It” singer wore a Rue de Seine lace wedding dress featuring a bold cut-out and custom Lucchese snakeskin boots. The groom dressed for the theme in an olive jacket with jeans and a cream cowboy hat from Boot Barn. The couple’s wedding party also wore looks that fit the theme of the day. Patrick’s bridal party donned teal, burnt orange, and champagne dresses with brown cowboy boots from Boot Barn. The men dressed down in beige jackets, jeans, and cowboy hats that matched the groom’s.
After Tenpenny’s high school football coach, Scott Tillman, officiated the ceremony and announced them as husband and wife, everyone celebrated over barbecue, vanilla bourbon cake, and custom drinks infused with whiskey, People reported.
The country stars also told the publication why they knew a wedding was in the cards for them. “We knew we could have our dreams and our relationship work together,” Patrick shared. “We are each other’s best friend.”
In November of 2021, Tenpenny popped the question at the Nashville bar where the duo first met. Although the country pop singer and songwriter had a speech prepared, he was at a loss of words in the moment, according to People. “She was crying,” he recounted. “I was crying. All I wanted was to hear her say ‘yes.’” Patrick had a similar experience. “I also thought there would be all these things I would have said, and all I could get out was ‘yes,’” she said.
The couple’s relationship has been going strong ever since they began dating five years ago. The secret? "Trust, respect, never stop flirting or dating each other,” they told People. “Fight for each other, not with each other."