The couple — who have been together for six years — got married on Saturday, July 3, at the country singer’s Oklahoma ranch, according to Page Six, where Shelton reportedly “built a chapel.”
According to OK! sources, Stefani, 51, and Shelton, 45, always had it planned to get married in Oklahoma.
“Before the pandemic there was talk about the couple having more than one wedding,” a source previously dished. “One at their home in Oklahoma with family, and a second wedding in L.A. with all their celebrity pals. But those plans have changed, and now it will be just one simple ceremony with her kids, her brother, her family and his sister and his family.
“Maybe sometime next year they will throw a party in L.A. when it is safe, for all the celebrities and Hollywood friends.”
It was only a matter of time before the No Doubt songstress and the country singer got hitched. As OK! previously reported, the two applied for a marriage license on Tuesday, June 29, at the Johnston County Court in Oklahoma.
It was likely a lavish affair. Sources previously spilled that Shelton had big ideas for his big day with his new wife.
“He’s whipped himself into a frenzy about every detail and keeps making all these over-the-top demands," said the insider, who added that Shelton intended on holding a newlywed boat parade on the lake by his ranch and re-landscaping the grounds with color-coordinated flower beds.
The Voice coaches fell in love in 2014 after they were both going through divorces. Stefani was splitting from Gavin Rossdale, while Shelton was in the midst of a breakup with country queen Miranda Lambert.
In October 2020, Stefani and Shelton announced their engagement.
“Hey @gwenstefani thanks for saving my 2020… And the rest of my life.. I love you. I heard a YES!” the “God's Country” crooner wrote on Instagram.