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Wedding Photos From Brian Kelly of Florida Georgia Line’s Nuptials

Wedding Photos From Brian Kelly of Florida Georgia Line’s Nuptials

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Florida Georgia Line’s Brian Kelley surprised everyone by tying the knot with girlfriend Brittney Marie Cole last month, and now he’s shared their wedding photo with People. The couple is posing in front of a teepee, with Kelley dressed casually in jeans and a suede vest and his bride in a short, lacy, white dress, which she bought on Etsy. Kelley tells People, “We partied and celebrated, but it was intimate. We focused on each other.” So did they play “Cruise” at the reception? Cole says, “There was a lot of country music, of course. But we also wanted songs my 84-year-old godmother would know.”

Photo Credit: Justin Mrusek People Magazine

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