The 32-year-old hairstylist turned to social media Monday (Nov. 21) evening to celebrate their wedding anniversary. The tribute post featured a montage of never-before-seen wedding footage from their special day.
The heartwarming slideshow was to "The Way I Love You" by Michal Leah and began with a striking snapshot of the two at the altar. The quick video also includes professional photos of the luxurious reception, a father-daughter moment, and candid shots that display their endless love.
"Happy Anniversary, handsome. I love you," Summer wrote in the caption.
Notable names in the industry and fans flocked to the comments to congratulate the lovebirds.
"Wishing you both a lifetime of love and happiness! Y'all a beautiful couple. Happy Anniversary!!" said a follower. "Awe, such a fun wedding! Happy Anniversary," shared singer-songwriter Pillbox Patti. "The most perfect couple. Happy Anniversary you guys❤️," added another.
The country couple was one of many that had to adjust their wedding date due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The "Mr. Saturday Night" singer and his lucky lady originally had plans to get married over Memorial Day weekend in 2020, but had to reschedule for November. The star-studded affair took place at Saddle Woods Farm in Murfreesboro, Tennessee.
"Originally, we were getting married in Montana in May, which was going to be unreal. "We had an entire lodge rented out for three days for a wedding weekend extravaganza with events daily, a spa, chefs ... But then COVID hit, and that all went away," Summer previously told PEOPLE. "When we had to cancel our destination wedding, they were naturally the first venue we called [Saddle Woods] when we knew we had to keep things closer to home. There's never a right time in 2020 to get married, so after all the planning and replanning, we were just happy we got to do it," she added.
With a significant amount of friends and family located in California, they were forced to downsize. Although the wedding was intimate, Pardi and Summer went the extra mile to ensure the safety of their guests. They exchanged a buffet for a sit-down dinner, encouraged attendees to get tested for COVID-19, installed sanitation stations, and provided custom "PardiTime" masks.
The platinum-selling artist and Summer first started dating in 2017. Summer was a friend of Pardi's mother and flew to Denver to watch him perform at the Grizzly Rose, an old-world honky tonk. The two instantly hit it off, and the rest was history.
Pardi popped the question in 2019 at Nashville's legendary Ryman Auditorium during a sold-out show on his Heartache Medication Tour.
In late September of 2022, the happy couple announced they were pregnant with their first child – a girl.
"It still doesn't feel real to us .... it's been five years of dreaming of what it would be like if we were lucky enough to be blessed with a baby, and now we get to live that dream," Summer shared with the outlet. "It's been so fun to go through all of these new changes together as a first-time experience for the both of us. We are beyond excited and cannot wait to meet our little Pardi babe!"