Chuck Wicks found the woman of his dreams in Kasi Williams—who, as Jason Aldean's sister is part of the country music family—and the two are officially married. As People reports, the couple tied the knot in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico at the Cabo Azul Resort on Friday (Jul. 12).

According to People, Rosa's lace dress was by Galia Lahav, accented with a pair of Jimmy Choos and a bouquet by Pina Hernandez. Meanwhile, the groom wore a custom tux from Tom James.

The couple were married at the resort's El Corazon Chapel (described on the resort's website as an "open-air wedding chapel complete with candlelit water walls"), and then hosted 103 guests at a reception at the restaurant Javier’s as husband and wife.

The first dance? People notes it was Kina Grannis’ version of “Can't Help Falling In Love." Fireworks ended the night over the Sea of Cortez.

The news doesn't come as much of a surprise, as the pair had previously revealed their wedding date and location. Both posted photos leading up to the big day on their respective social media accounts showing off their gorgeous locale. Jason Aldean and wife Brittany also posted many pictures of the beautiful scenery around the resort.

Friends of the couple additionally gave some glimpses of the reception, which appeared to be quite the party!

Wicks and Williams got engaged in March, while they were on vacation in Alberta, Canada. They began dating in 2018. Wicks says that his (now!) brother-in-law, Aldean, was quick to give his blessing.

"The one thing I told my sister when I found out they were kind of talking," Aldean recalls, "I was like, 'I'll be honest, there's a lot of people in Nashville I would be completely against you dating, but I don't have anything bad to say about Chuck."

Wicks scored Top 40 hits between 2007 and 2009, most notably "Stealing Cinderella" and is now a co-host on The Ty Bentil Show. He's never been married but was in a high-profile relationship with singer, actress and dancer Julianne Hough about a decade ago. Williams was previously married to Bill Morstad, and Fox News reports she was the stepmom to his children from a previous relationship.

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