Country singer Cam weds
The couple hosted a Mexican-themed wedding.
Country singer Cam is a married woman after tying the knot with her fiance Adam Weaver.
The Burning House star wore a Jenny Packham gown as she exchanged vows in Joshua Tree, California on Saturday (24Sep16), according to People.com.
"It reminds me of a dress from the 1930s and I love things from the 1930s," she said.
Cam enlisted a mariachi band to play Consuelo Velasquez's Besame Mucho at the nuptials, and the couple picked Miranda Lambert's version of Oklahoma Sky for their first dance as husband and wife.
"It's just one of the most beautiful songs," she continued. "It has such an atmosphere to it. It just pulls you in and both of us loved it."
Cam and Adam hosted a Mexican-themed ceremony and were thrilled they got to include their favourite dessert.
"The second biggest moment is the arrival of the churro," she joked. "Adam and I are obsessed with churros."
The couple will now honeymoon in Tokyo and Bali and Cam, real name Camaron Marvel Ochs, is looking forward to living life as a wife.
"It's just fun saying someone's your husband," she said. "I'm excited for our life together, encouraging each other and getting more dogs."
Cam and Adam announced their engagement over America's Labor Day weekend last year (Sep15).
"My rock gave me a rock! My heart's over the moon, @adamweaver," she announced.
This is the first marriage for the couple.
Cam will be getting back to work shortly after the nuptials with a show in Denver, Colorado on 18 October (16).
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