Jelly Roll and Bunnie Xo Revisit Las Vegas Chapel To Say ‘I Do’ Again, Seven Years Later
The couple renewed their vows in an intimate ceremony at the same chapel where they wed in 2016.
Jelly Roll, Bunnie Xo Vow Renewal; Photos via TikTok
The couple documented their vow renewal in separate TikToks where they showcased their love for one another with sweet captions.
Jelly Roll’s clip takes fans inside the ceremony and showcases special moments such as Bunnie Xo walking down the aisle and the moment he sees her donning a wedding dress for the first time.
“7 years ago we stumbled into this little chapel in Vegas black-out drunk. My only regret was never seeing her in a dress,” Jelly Roll wrote in text that appears on the clip. “7 years to the date, in the same chapel, we renewed our vows.”
The video was set to Bruno Mars’ “Marry You” and was simply captioned, “We renewed our vows tonight in Vegas.”
Bunnie Xo sweetly commented, “You hang my moon & stars punkin ✨ luckiest girl alive.”
We renewed our vows tonight in vegas♬ Marry You – Bruno Mars
In a separate video shared by the host of the Dumb Blonde podcast, the couple is seen holding hands while exchanging vows once again beneath a beautifully decorated arch, adorned with twinkling miniature lights and lush greenery. Jelly Roll lovingly wipes away tears as he gazes into Bunnie’s eyes. At one point, their faces light up with beaming smiles, seemingly appearing to be completely overcome with joy.
“Tonite was such a dream,” Bunnie Xo wrote.
Jelly Roll was quick to respond, “Head over heels in love still 7 years later.”
See Inside The Ceremony
Last month, Jelly Roll explained why he and Bunnie XO decided to renew their vows in an interview on the Superstar Power Hour with Audacy’s Katie and Company.
“Everybody says to do it in 10 years, but we’ve heard about the 7-year itch. So we’re like, let’s get ahead of this thing. Let’s double down on year seven,” he shared.
The couple, who originally tied the knot in 2016, chose to say “I do” again as they never knew the exact date they got married.
Originally Wed In 2016
“We never really had an anniversary because we can’t remember what date we got married,” Jelly Roll, whose real name is Jason DeFord, laughed while speaking to interviewer Katie Neal. “Listen, it gets even wilder. Because of the time we got married, the court said that we got married on the 30th of August, but they didn’t file [our marriage certificate] until the 31st. And the marriage license people said that it was officially stamped on the 1st.”
Wedding Was A Blur
The 38-year-old Antioch native revealed that although he and Bunnie XO were there for every moment leading up to the wedding and beyond, they weren’t sober enough to fully absorb the moment. Given this, they now wish for a second chance as mature individuals, without the influence of alcohol.
“We know we got married between the 30th [of August] and the 1st [of September], but we just don’t remember what day, which time anyways because we were partying and drinking in Vegas. It was like a 4 or 5-day bender, and the marriage just happened in the middle of it, so we’re like, let’s do this right, as adults now.”
He continued, “We’re going to parade down the Las Vegas Strip to that same little chapel that married us that drunken night, this time sober, to remember, is our deal. We’re going to renew our vows and party in Vegas like we did that one night seven years ago.”
On social media, Bunnie Xo also elaborated on the reason they decided to renew their vows.
“J & I are doing vow renewals this year!” she told followers. “I’m going to wear a real wedding dress since I didn’t the first time we got married in that little chapel in Vegas.”
How Did They Meet?
Jelly Roll and Bunnie first met at one of the Nashville native’s concerts on Fremont Street in Las Vegas at The Country Saloon in 2015. At the time, Bunnie XO wasn’t familiar with Jelly Roll as he had not yet been discovered. Despite not knowing each other right off the bat, the two locked eyes and sparked a connection.
“We hit it off. She said she fell in love with the saddest eyes in the room,” Jelly Roll previously shared.
Nearly a year later, the couple tied the knot in the summer of 2016.
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