“I fell in love, hard!” King told PEOPLE .“She waltzed up on my bus like she owned it, and I was taken with her sweet southern drawl. She asked to connect to the Bluetooth, blared Linda Ronstadt and Aretha Franklin and we sang and danced till it was time for the bus to leave. I told her the next morning to quit her job and marry me instead.”
And that is exactly what the fellow singer did. Consequently, it should come as no surprise that music served as a heartfelt focal point for their special day.
“Marcus has called me ‘little bird’ since the night we met, so during our ceremony, Leah Blevins will be performing her song ‘Little Bird’ that starts out with the lyrics, ‘We got married on a Sunday,'” Hussey, who designed the wedding of her dreams in collaboration with wedding planner House of Grey, explains.
And that was not the only singer at attendance.
The pair was officiated by none other than Country Music Hall of Fame artist, Jamey Johnson.
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To follow their nostalgic vibe, after dinner, guests were offered the chance to get inked by King’s tattoo artist, Adam the Kid while they got to enjoy signature drinks named after the couples three dogs Libby, Otis, and Duck.
Then at last, to end the night, the guests all received a parting gift — trucker hats from Texas-based Uncle Bekah’s Inappropriate Trucker Hats.
A wedding curated perfectly to the couple’s taste.
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