Gwen Stefani Updates: According to a report on Page Six, a chapel at Shelton’s Oklahoma ranch took vows, which Shelton built specifically for the wedding.
Sources close to the couple confirmed to Page Six that the couple married in the presence of select guests.
When and where did Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton get married?
According to Page Six, the couple tied the knot on Saturday, July 3 at Shelton‘s ranch in Oklahoma, after nearly six years together. The outlet shared aerial photos of the chapel and the candid ceremony.
Stephanie’s parents, Denise Stefani and Patty Flynn were on hand. The parents were photographed with the musicians for the ceremony, leading Page Six to visit the quaint chapel Shelton built for the event, which Page Six calls a “people carrier.” And let me tell you that these two are together since 2015.
Which is counted from the date of marriage. Sources speculated that the two would be married over the holiday weekend and shared that Shelton, Stephanie, and Stephanie’s three sons came to the state soon after Shelton was wrapping up recently after filming on The Voice.
When and where did Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton first meet?Metro
Shelton from Miranda Lambert and Stephanie from Gavin Rossdale had her old divorce. They have since collaborated on several songs and bought a house in Los Angeles, and Shelton even proposed to Stephanie at his ranch in October 2020.
Shelton previously shared some details of the wedding with USA Today, which revealed that Stephanie was mostly planning. “If I was choosing my food, it would be everything fried,” he joked, “French fries, chicken tenders, you know, all that stuff. I think [Gwen] knows that.”
Stephanie told Late Night with Seth Meyers in April that she and Shelton were planning to keep their wedding celebrations short. “It’s going to be like my mom and my dad and there’s just going to be really family in that marriage,” she said. “Although we’re looking forward to it. It’s going to be fun. We’re going to make it fun.”She added that “it wasn’t going to be big, like, you know, it’s not like the Queen and the King are getting married or something.”