Country star Sam Hunt married in Georgia hometown 4.15.17

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(c) FameFlynet/AKM-GSI, 15 Apr 2017: Sam Hunt and Hannah Lee Fowler were spotted separately by paparazzi heading into the church on their wedding day.

While most celebs spent the weekend celebrating Easter – or Coachella – country singer Sam Hunt was celebrating marriage to his fiancee Hannah Lee Fowler. The nuptials took place on Saturday, April 15, 2017 in Hunt’s hometown of Cedartown, Georgia.

Paparrazzi grabbed a few shots of the soon-to-be newlyweds walking separately into the wedding venue, a local Methodist church, giving glimpses of the bride’s dress, designed by Olia Zavozina. The Nashville-based designer is behind several of Hunt’s on-stage outfits, and also designed his wedding jackets (black for the wedding, white for the reception). Zavozina was reportedly tapped to design the bridesmaids ivory dresses, too. Fowler’s wedding hairstyle was an on-trend long, sideswept braid.

A reception followed at In the Woods, a rustic events venue in nearby Rockmart, Georgia, which catered to approximately 150 friends and family. It seems likely that the bride’s bouquet was arranged by her sister, Rebecca, who does this for a living, as per her Instagram.

Hunt, 32, and Fowler, a nurse, have been together on-and-off since 2008. His 2014 breakthrough album, Montevallo, was so inspired by their relationship that he named it after her Alabama hometown. He proposed while the couple was on a trip to Israel last fall, though they didn’t make their engagement news public until early January.

Earlier this month, though Fowler typically shuns the spotlight, the couple made their public debut at the ACM awards.Hunt has said the newlyweds won’t be selling pictures of their wedding to a magazine, so here’s hoping the couple release one or two official photos on their own eventually.

Source: TMZ 1 & 2

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