It's the "Greatest Love Story" IRL! Brandon Lancaster, who fronts the country band LANco (the one behind the first-dance-friendly song of the summer, "Greatest Love Story"), just tied the knot with his college sweetheart, Tiffany Trotter in Nashville, Tennessee. And trust us, these rustic, romantic wedding photos, shot by Christian David Photo, are worthy of their own country croon or two!
With 200 of their closest friends and family in attendance, the couple said their "I dos" at Mint Springs Farm, with the ceremony taking place on the property's indoor/outdoor chapel. For her walk down the aisle, Trotter chose a lace, off-the-shoulder Maggie Sottero wedding dress and clutched an oversized bouquet as she entered to Coldplay's "Til Kingdom Come."
"That was the most surreal moment," Lancaster told Entertainment Tonight of his wedding day. "Seeing this beautiful girl who is my best friend, and who is now going to be my wife. It was like everything was moving in slow motion."
With Lancaster looking dapper in his blue Kenneth Cole suit, the bride and groom said both traditional and personalized vows. "It's cool to be tied to that tradition that so many people have been a part of, but also to step aside and put a personal touch to it and express our feelings," explained the country singer. "They were personal promises that were based off situations in our lives and things that we've experienced."
After Lancaster and Trotter were pronounced husband and wife, it was on to the reception, which took place on the farm's luxe on-site barn, according to ET. There, guests sipped on the couple's aptly-named signature cocktail, "Appely Ever After," a boozy apple cider concoction and got down to some serious bluegrass square dancing.
"It creates a sense of community where everybody gets out of their seat and dances, 'cause they tell you what to do," the bride said of their choice of tunes.
It should come as no surprise that country was the genre of the night at this wedding. The newlyweds shared their first dance to "Let It Be Me" by Ray LaMontagne, while the father-daughter dance was set to Tim McGraw's "My Little Girl."
"We were truly surprised with how perfect the day went," said the new Mrs. Lancaster. "There were little pockets of time that Brandon and I just got to be together, even if we were just waiting to be announced, having little moments that were just us was really special."