Country singer Wynonna Judd is a married woman after exchanging vows with her rocker fiancé in Tennessee.
The Burnin' Love hit-maker wed Cactus Moser, the drummer in her band The Big Noise, in a lakeside gazebo on her Leiper's Fork farm at sunset on June 10th. The star's teenage daughter Grace served as her maid of honor and the Grammy Award winner arrived at the ceremony in a horse-drawn carriage.
Judd opted to go barefoot in her Houri Barahimi dress, while the groom wore a suit and pocket watch, complete with a gun and holster.
Sharing the first pictures of her romantic nuptials with Us Weekly magazine, Judd says, "We kept it really simple. We wanted it to be just us and our kids."
After exchanging vows the couple enjoyed a spaghetti dinner by candlelight and took off in an old-fashioned getaway car.
The newlyweds later spent their honeymoon at Blackberry Farm in Walland, and Judd gushes, "I feel a joy that hasn't been there before."
This is Judd's third marriage - she wed Arch Kelley in 1993 and together they had two children, Elijah, 17, and Grace, 16, before divorcing in 1998. She ended her four-year union with her former bodyguard, D.R. Roach, in 2007.
Moser also has children from a previous relationship - daughter Sunshine, 33, and sons Cahl, 23, and Wyatt, 18.