The two kiss in the clip, set to a song, "Say I Do," sung by her husband

By Brian Orloff
February 24, 2011 01:00 PM

Kellie Pickler may have ditched her big wedding plans and eloped instead, but the country star captured her Caribbean wedding on video – and now its yours to see for $2.

As the footage flickers, filtered by a sepia-toned lens that later gives way to brighter colors, an acoustic song, “Say I Do,” sung by Pickler’s husband, Kyle Jacobs, gives the video a sentimental underscore. The clip is currently for sale on iTunes.

“Don’t need to see you in a wedding dress,” he sings. “I don’t need nothing but me and you/I just want to love you/Want you to love me, too.”

The three-minute music video (of sorts) captures Pickler’s Jan. 1 nuptials in a stylized but accelerated fashion, documenting the couple’s arrival in Antigua before culminating in their beachfront ceremony in which Pickler wipes away tears as she kisses Jacobs while wading in the water.

Pickler isn’t the first star to release previously unseen footage from her wedding set to music. At Feb. 13’s Grammy Awards, Katy Perry unveiled a home video from her Indian wedding to Russell Brand.

As for her wedding day, Pickler recently recalled to Ellen DeGeneres, “All we did was I packed the wedding dress and packed him an outfit. We totally just put faith in God that it was all going to work out, and it did, and it was the most incredible day of my life.”

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