Exciting details of Kimberly Perry and J.P. Arencibia's wedding in Greeneville, Tenn., have surfaced, and their nuptials sound like a picture-perfect country wedding.

The wedding took place at Christ Chapel First Presbyterian Church, and the Band Perry's frontwoman wore a white off-the-shoulder Reem Acra gown, complete with a cathedral-length train, according to WBIR. On top of her signature blond tresses (which she wore down and wavy), Perry donned a long, sheer veil that covered her face and the back of her dress.

Before the wedding began, she waited on the steps with her father, Dr. Steve Perry, until her bridal procession started. Included in the wedding party were Perry's brothers, Neil and Reid, who stood up as her best men, and Arencibia's nieces stood up as his groomswomen.

She held a beautiful bouquet of cascading white flowers, and the photo below shows that huge white peonies decorated the front of the church, looking picture perfect with a backdrop of stained glass windows. All of the flowers from her wedding were donated to Random Acts of Flowers after the wedding. The nonprofit distributes the blooms to hospitals and nursing homes.

During the ceremony, Perry did not show off her powerful vocals (just as she predicted), but there were other musical guests at hand. Lennon & Maisy (from ABC drama 'Nashville') performed, as well as Christian artist Mac Powell. They weren't the only celebrity guests in attendance; Carrie Underwood and husband Mike Fisher were at the wedding, and Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton were also reported to being in attendance.

After the wedding, a reception took place at Perry's parents' home in Greeneville. Their home holds special significance to the newlywed couple, as Arencibia proposed to Perry under a large oak tree in the front yard. Perry dreamed of being proposed to under the tree since she was a teenager.

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