Wedding Chicks

Kelsea Ballerini Became Mrs. Evans This Weekend

By:


Kelsea Ballerini Became Mrs. Evans This WeekendPhoto:

Kelsea Ballerini and her hunky new hubby, Morgan Evans, tied the knot in Cabo this weekend. And just like that, another country music maven is married

While we don’t know too much about the details of their I Dos, we’ve learned a few things from stalking every celeb publication out there. According to PEOPLE:

  1. They exchanged vows in front of friends and family in an intimate oceanside ceremony
  2. Their rings were David Yurman, customized with special messages inside
  3. Kelsea walked down the aisle barefoot (yaaas) wearing a lovely lace Berta gown with delicately-tousled tresses, while her mister rocked a cream-colored Joseph Abboud suit
  4. They looked so in love we can’t even

Even though Kels and Mo haven’t shared too much on social media yet --- we’ve been refreshing our feeds… more than a few times… We did spot a snap on her page last night, and it was the stuff of “legends.”

On a quiet Mexican beach, two barefoot baes canoodled next to a fire, with red rose petals scattered all around them. Beside the photo, was a caption that read “Mr. & Mrs. Evans.” So simple, so official.

We love how low key Kelsea’s shout out was, and think she may have started a trend in subtle, ‘NBD, we just got married’ communiqué. Instead of bombarding your friends’ feeds and timelines with 10000 posts chronicling the day from getting ready, morning mimosas, to nightcaps celebrating your nuptials (even though you obvi should be screaming it from the rooftops), just roll out a casual capture that shows you’re all wifed up and kicking it with your partner for life. You know, the stuff all happy couples do.

It’s kind of that mic drop moment, wouldn’t you agree?  🎤  🎤  🎤

As we wait for more to unfold on their magical day, we’ll leave you with a reminder of Kelsea’s bridal shower, because there is far more to borrow from this blondie and former bride than just her on-point social media etiquette.

instagram post

400 Feet Above