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The Blushing Bride
"I was never super dreamy about weddings," confesses Cam, 31, who entrusted the planning of her Joshua Tree, California nuptials to commercial real estate agent Adam Weaver, 30, to her sister Jillian Ochs of RATE Group. "But I love creating vibes and I had a great time with my sister dreaming up how to have the best time."
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The Perfect Dress
"For some reason I'm not quite as excited about strapless dresses," says Cam of why she chose her Jenny Packham gown. "I love things that have necklines and sleeves. I just loved it. I found it online and was like, 'This is it.' It's a little conservative, actually. It reminds me of a dress from the '30s and I love things from the '30s."
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Saying 'I Do'
Cam walked down the aisle to the sounds of mariachi band Trio Casablanca playing "Bésame Mucho" in front of the couple's 140 guests.
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The Happy Couple
"I think the best things in life come from learning and compromising and making each other better people," says Cam of married life. "It's just fun saying someone's your husband! I'm excited for our life together, encouraging each other and getting more dogs."
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"Adam is kind of a redneck," says Cam of her husband. "He wanted some wood in it - it's very masculine." As for the bride's ring, Cam had her jeweler use diamonds from her mother-in-law's ring to form "a little crown that goes around the diamond on my engagement ring."
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The singer's awesome Joshua Tree cake also packed a hidden secret. "The flavor is toffee and peanut butter and banana," says Cam. "My sister was like, 'I don't know, there's a couple others…' I was like, 'No, it's the Elvis. We need this one!'
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Happily Ever After
The couple shared their first dance to Miranda Lambert's "Oklahoma Sky." "It's just one of the most beautiful songs," says Cam. "It has such an atmosphere to it. It just pulls you in and both of us loved it."