More details and a gorgeous photo have surfaced from the movie-like wedding which occurred Saturday night (April 14) for Lady Antebellum's Dave Haywood and his new wife, Kelli Cashiola.

The two were surrounded by family and friends -- including Haywood's bandmates, Charles Kelley and Hillary Scott -- when they exchanged vows. The guests were shuttled to a private farm outside of Nashville just before sunset to join the pair as they tied the knot Saturday evening. Singer/songwriter Dave Barnes (who penned and originally performed Blake Shelton's No. 1 hit, 'God Gave Me You') provided the music for the outdoor ceremony, which was followed by dinner and dancing, according to People.

Cashiola, an executive at Warner Bros. Records in Nashville, wore a white lacy dress with a satin sash tied at the small of her back, with a white flower tucked in her wavy brown hair, which she kept down. Haywood sported a sharp black suit and striped tie.

Haywood and Cashiola have been friends for nearly six years and took their romantic relationship public at the 2011 CMA Awards in November. Haywood popped the question a month later, during the holiday season, spelling out "Will you marry me?" in Christmas lights on the side of her house. Needless to say, she said yes.

Haywood is the last member of the Lady A trio to say "I do." Scott wed drummer Chris Tyrrell earlier this year, while Kelley married Nashville publicist Cassie McConnell in 2009.

"It was a beautiful weekend for our Lady A family. Congrats to Dave & Kelli!!" the trio tweeted Monday morning, sharing the sweet photo shown here.

Congrats again to the Haywoods on your new life together!

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