I am so, so happy for this couple! Yesterday, at an exclusive resort in Georgia, two of my favorite stars in the entire world, Carrie Underwood and Mike Fisher got married! It sounds like it was a good ol’ Southern wedding with classical music and a few of the couple’s favorite Bible verses. Carrie, of course, was dressed just like a princess in a designer Chantilly lace gown, and gaining access to the hotel was pretty much strictly forbidden. E! Online has all the details,
“No more cowboy casanovas for Carrie Underwood.
The Grammy-winning singer swapped vows Saturday evening with NHL player Michael Fisher in a lavish ceremony at the Ritz-Carlton Lodge, Reynolds Plantation, in Greensboro, Ga., E! News has confirmed.
More than 250 guests were in attendance, including country supercouple Tim McGraw and Faith Hill.
“We could not feel more blessed to have found each other and to have shared this day with our friends and family that mean so much to us!” the newlyweds said in a statement to People.
During the ceremony, which reportedly featured the couple’s favorite Bible verses and classical music, The 27-year-old blushing bride walked down the aisle in a Monique Lhuillier chantilly lace gown. Her bridesmaids donned dresses by the coveted designer as well.
Security was tight all over the property, which was closed off to anyone who wasn’t either employed by the hotel or instrumental in making the Underwood-Fisher nuptials happen.
Even the road leading into the hotel was closed to traffic Saturday, making it necessary for eager-beaver shutterbugs to shoot the ceremony from boats on Lake Oconee, which borders the hotel.
Speaking of privacy, the newlyweds were scheduled to spend their first night together as husband and wife in the Ritz’s 5,400-square-foot Presidential House.”
Carrie Underwood is one of my very favorite singers and Mike Fisher plays on my very favorite hockey team, the Ottawa Senators. I just have to say it again – I am so, so happy for this couple! A huge congratulations goes out to Mike and Carrie.
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