Kacey Musgraves has shared the first photos from her wedding on social media — she married singer-songwriter Ruston Kelly on Saturday (Oct. 14) — and the scene is just as magical as you would expect.

The country singer shared a number of snaps on her Instagram on Tuesday morning (Oct. 17), including one of her and her husband walking down the aisle after saying "I do," arm and arm with glowing smiles on their faces. Musgraves looks radiant in a long-sleeved, floor-length white lace dress, holding an equally beautiful bouquet comprised of yellow roses and other floral arrangements.

"Saturday, in a sacred place where two rivers meet and join together, I married my best friend ... surrounded by the deepest kind of magic and love that exists," she writes in the caption next to the gorgeous photo. "I've never felt so tranquil and happy. We made our promises to each other under the trees and then drank and danced into the night. We couldn't have done any of it without the help of our wonderful families and amazing friends."

Musgraves posted three more stunning photos from the big day. One of Kelly affectionally kissing her forehead is particularly darling, along with a shot of her posing gracefully with a majestic black horse. But the true excitement of the occasion is captured in a celebratory photo of the two kissing with confetti flying all around them. While not many details have been revealed about the ceremony, acclaimed songwriter and frequent collaborator Shane McAnally was present, and his children had the special honor of being the couple's ring bearer and flower girl.

Kelly proposed to his now wife on Christmas in 2016 while at her childhood home. The country singer celebrated her bachelorette party at Dollywood over the summer. She's set to hit the road with Little Big Town on the 2018 Breakers Tour, along with fellow opening act Midland.

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