“Burning House” singer Cam and her fiancé Adam Weaver are married.
The California natives wed in an intimate ceremony in the desert town of Joshua Tree, California on Saturday evening, her rep confirms exclusively to PEOPLE.
The bride chose a Jenny Packham gown for the big day. “It reminds me of a dress from the ’30s and I love things from the ’30s,” she said. Cam walked down the aisle to the sounds of mariachi band Trio Casablanca playing “Bésame Mucho” in front of 140 guests.
The couple shared their first dance to Miranda Lambert‘s version of “Oklahoma Sky” because it reminds them of a date they shared, spending time on the California coast. “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.”
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Held at Le Haut Desert Aerie, the wedding was planned by Cam’s sister Jillian Ochs of RATE Group, with florals by Artisan Events.
The most exciting moment for the bride, 31, was no doubt seeing her groom at the altar (the pair opted not to see each other before the wedding!) but “the second biggest moment is the arrival of the churro,” Cam jokes about the wedding’s Mexican-themed cuisine. “Adam and I are obsessed with churros.”
After the honeymoon in Tokyo and Bali, Cam says she’s really looking forward to starting married life with Weaver, 30, a commercial real estate agent.
“It’s just fun saying someone’s your husband! I’m excited for our life together, encouraging each other and getting more dogs.”