Country singer Rachele Lynae is officially off the market.

Lynae married Tim Creedon, a producer and lighting director, on Sunday (May 26) in a private ceremony outside of Nashville. The couple exchanged vows surrounded by family and friends at Cactus Creek Barn in Dickson, Tenn., a small town 45 minutes west of Music City.

The wedding was nothing short of a romantic movie setting, with Lynae riding in on horseback to the picturesque creekside entrance of the ceremony. Her grandmother played the piano as the bridal party walked down the aisle, and maid of honor and sister Heather Cole sang "I Choose You" by Sara Bareilles as Lynae walked down the aisle with her father.

Lynae wore an Allure Romance ball gown from Posh Bridal in Nashville that featured Swarovski crystal accents and floral pattern lace. She donned Durango Boots, and her flower girl and bridesmaids also wore boots from Durango.

After they said 'I do,' Lynae and her husband performed "I'll Be There," a song they co-wrote, while Martin's BBQ supplied food. Additional live performances included Jamie O'Neal, Hannah Bethel and Autumn Rose, among others.

The “Quicksand” singer-songwriter revealed the exciting news of her engagement to her fans via Twitter in October with a photo of her husband-to-be.

“I’M ENGAGED!!!,” she wrote. “His name is Tim Creedon! He’s the love of my life & most amazing man in the world & I’m SO EXCITED!”

Lynae met Creedon, a musician, producer and lighting designer, three years ago when he became the drummer for her band.

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