Bobby Bones & longtime girlfriend Caitlin Parker are officially Mr & Mrs.
The couple tied the knot on Saturday (July 17) evening at their Nashville-area home, according to PEOPLE.
“We love home. We picked this place out together — that was really one of the first decisions that we made as a couple. And so she thought, ‘What if we got married here?'” Bones told the outlet. Caitlin later added, “It was such a big gesture for Bobby to want to get a home for us both, that had some of my touches. We got to start fresh. For me, it really wasn’t even a question. It was just — if we’re getting married in Nashville, we’re getting married at the house.”
Bones, 41, and Parker, 29, transformed their backyard into an elegant wedding venue that included beautiful flower arrangements from Stella Rose Floral and a stunning light up C + B from Alpha-Lit Nashville.
The wedding included a star-studded guest-list including country superstars Dierks Bentley, Jake Owen, Chuck Wicks and more.
In addition to Bentley, Owen and Wicks, Rascal Flatts’ Gary Levox was also in attendance for a two song performance that included “Bless The Broken Road” and “Fast Cars and Freedom,” while Ronnie Dunn was on hand to perform a Brooks & Dunn classic “Neon Moon,” which made for a special moment of the wedding, according to the outlet, as a light-up moon lowered from the ceiling as a surprise for the newlyweds.
Dan Smyers and Shay Mooney of the GRAMMY-award winning country duo Dan + Shay performed the couple’s first dance song, which was Jesse and the Rippers version of The Beach Boys’ “Forever” from the hit tv series, Full House.
During cocktail hour, Viva La Strings performed while floating throughout the couple’s backyard swimming pool.
Bones’ dogs Stanley and Eller, who were wearing bow ties and pearls, also were special guest at the wedding.
The on-air personality proposed to Parker in a barn on the couple’s property in October 2020.
According to Country Now, “Bones and Parker met in 2019 through a mutual friend and began dating several weeks later. Parker relocated from California to Nashville earlier this year and they’ve been inseparable ever since.”