And the bride wore yellow.
Actually, as much as the sunshiney hue has become synonymous with country newcomer Cam, when it came to her own nuptials, she went for a more traditional hue to walk down the aisle.
Yes, congratulations are in order for Cam and her fiancé-turned-husband, Adam Weaver, who tied the knot on Sept. 24 in a ceremony in Joshua Tree, California, according to “People.” Cam is a California native and spent much of her childhood with her grandparents who lived close to the picturesque state park in Oceanside.
Although Cam’s dress was a traditional Jenny Packham gown with a 1930s feel, the rest of the wedding and reception sounds a bit more unconventional and like a whole lot of fun! The bride walked down the aisle to a mariachi band playing “Besame’ Mucho” and, to continue with the Mexican theme, a churro was part of the reception menu. The couple danced their first dance as Mr. and Mrs. to Miranda Lambert’s “Oklahoma Sky.”
Cam told “People,” “I’m excited for our life together, encouraging each other and getting more dogs.”
Adam, a commercial real estate agent, and Cam were engaged last September during a walk through the woods with her pup, Honey.
The happy couple are sneaking away for a relaxing honeymoon in Tokyo and Bali, then Cam will return to the road in mid-October for her first headlining tour.