Singer-songwriter Eric Paslay wrapped up his tour on Saturday night (April 25) in Medina, Ohio. Then on Sunday night, he kicked off his next chapter — as a married man.
The Texas native married music publisher Natalie Harker in Charlotte, Tennessee.
The two have been friends for 10 years and got engaged in December. According to People, they only had a few months to plan the wedding. But it sounds like every single detail was perfect:
The bride wore a champagne Vera Wang dress, which she described as classic, beautiful and “one of the only dresses I saw that had that old-world elegance to it.”
The groom wore a “classy and comfortable” black suit with pin-stitching details from C McGill by Only One Tailoring.
The floral arrangements — yellow spray roses, feverfew and wildflowers — were handmade by Harker.
The first dance was to Frank Sinatra’s version of “Moonlight Serenade.”
The dinner at the reception was steak, pasta, banana pudding shooters and vanilla bean wedding cake from Leland Riggin of Dessert Designs.
The newlyweds will be honeymooning in Italy.
The groom told People the best part of marrying Harker is “knowing that my best friend is the steady star in my sky and knowing that she’ll always be there.”
Paslay scored a Top 10 hit with his 2013 single, “Friday Night.” His songwriting credits include Jake Owen’s “Barefoot Blue Jean Night,” the Eli Young Band’s “Even If It Breaks Your Heart” and Love and Theft’s “Angel Eyes.”