According to People, the couple wed in front of about 150 family and friends at a rural venue in Arrington, Tennessee not too far outside of Nashville. Marlow had seven bridesmaids standing by her side while Font had six groomsmen. The couple's pastor from their Nashville church married them using traditional vows, as they decided not to write their own for the ceremony.
"That felt like a lot of pressure," Marlow said. "So we just wrote letters to each other to read privately and then [will do] the traditional vows."
Marlow wore a custom-designed gown by designer Anne Barge for the ceremony and reception. "I wanted to feel sexy on my wedding day but also have some classic elements like lace and a train," said Marlow.
It's been a long time coming for these high school sweethearts who've been wanting to get married for eight years now. Marlow predicted ahead of the ceremony that she and Font would not be able to hold back tears.
"We both can’t hold back happy tears," Marlow says. "It’s been eight years of knowing this was our goal and the fact that it’s finally here is so exciting and very emotional. I’m most excited for walking down the aisle to my dream man."
After an emotional ceremony, Marlow hoped for a fun reception full of lots of dancing. "We are going to dance our booties off!" she said. "We have a three hour dance floor because us and our family LOVE to dance. The reception is going to be a giant party, so chill will not be the vibe at all."
The couple will honeymoon on the Exuma Islands in the Bahamas.
Madde & Tae recently released a new EP titled Everywhere I'm Goin'. They spent most of their year out on the road with Carrie Underwood opening up for her 2019 Cry Pretty Tour 360.
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