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"My groomsmen were, as expected, the motley crew!" Farr says of his pals, who included (from left) singers Colt Ford, Lee Brice and Jason Aldean. Before the wedding, he joked that he was going to have his groomer tidy up the other guys: "I didn't want them to look like a bunch of idiots up there."
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The couple stuck with simplicity in their cake. The spackled frosting creation featured two funfetti flavored tiers and two cookies and cream layers decorated with blooms including the bride's favorite, sunflowers, and topped with an "F" crafted from grape vines.
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"He's the sweetest, most caring man I've ever met," Hannah says of her new husband. "He keeps me laughing even if I'm feeling down."
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"When I first began spending time with her, it was just over. I just knew," Farr says of his bride, a registered nurse. "She is probably the kindest person I've ever met."
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"It takes a couple of drinks for me, then I'll cut a rug," Farr jokes of his dance floor moves. "Jason Aldean actually kept pulling me back to the dance floor to dance!"
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Aldean is "a genuine friend," Farr says of his buddy, who was a fixture on the dance floor during the reception. At one point, "he was out there just popping and locking to a T-Pain song! That tickled the crap out of me."
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After a tumble in slippery dress shoes that spilled a drink over his suit, Farr changed into more comfortable duds. "When we did our walk-out, I was back to wearing a camo hat, my shirt un-tucked and Nikes with rubber soles!" he says. "I wasn't going to bust my hindquarters in front of everybody again."
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