Tyler Rich is a married man.
The “Leave Her Wild” singer wed L.A.’s Finest actress Sabina Gadecki in a music festival-themed wedding in Murfreesboro, Tennessee on Saturday (Sept. 21). The couple, who exchanged vows in front of 275 guests, shared all the exclusive details about their big day with People.
Rich and Gadecki wed on a “big, beautiful property with a gorgeous barn” that was decorated with various items, including neon lights, string lights, vintage rugs and teepees, which helped bring their unique wedding theme to life.
“We met at a music festival and spend so much of our time together on the road at shows [and] festivals,” the newlyweds, who met at Stagecoach in 2016, shared with the publication. “So we wanted to throw a festival-themed wedding so our guests could take a step into our lives for a night.”
A large bridal party, consisting of 13 groomsmen and 12 bridesmaids, including three best men and three maids of honor, stood by the bride and groom’s side. The couple wrote their own vows and shared their first dance to “Yellow” by Coldplay.
Ashley Campbell, daughter of the late Glen Campbell, provided the music for the cocktail hour. Among the 275 wedding guests were country star Jon Pardi, model Ubah Hassan, UFC fighter Anthony Pettis and NBA player Dorell Wright.
The couple originally planned to embark on a Caribbean honeymoon immediately after the wedding but delayed their plans when Gadecki landed a role in the upcoming film, False Positive.
“Originally we had plans to go to the Cayman Islands on Monday following the wedding,” Rich explained. “The Caribbean is so relaxing, recharging and the break we sure could use right now. But Sabina just booked a new film that starts shooting right away, and we are so excited about it! So, we will try to have a honeymoon in January when our schedules usually slow down. Either to Grand Cayman still, or potentially southeast Asia, it will be January weather-dependent.”
While his bride films scenes for the movie, Tyler Rich will head back on tour, headlining a number of his own shows and opening select dates for Pardi and Brantley Gilbert.