Maren Morris and Ryan Hurd

Maren Morris and Ryan Hurd Release Vintage-Tinged Wedding Video

On March 24 in Nashville, Maren Morris and Ryan Hurd were married in a fun and dreamy outdoor ceremony. From previously released photos, fans know that the singer-songwriters wore stylish formal get-ups that perfectly suited their personalities. Now, curious folk can get a more in-depth look at their wonderful wedding day.

Morris posted a clip to her Instagram page on their one-month anniversary showing scenes of her and Hurd getting ready, hanging out with family and friends, dancing under a disco ball and holding up a cupcake cake shaped like the Lone Star State. The vintage look of the video is backed by "I Want to Love You Baby," a 1969 song by Jo Jo Benson and Patty Scott.


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The video was shot by Alex M. Ferrari who also posted the clip on Instagram with a caption that gives a little insight into how he made the film: "First piece shot on 16mm. Filmed with a Keystone A-12 made in 1949 given to me by my dad who found it in a thrift shop."

Hear that clicking? That's the sound of a bunch of bride and grooms-to-be searching eBay for Keystone A-12 cameras for their wedding videographer. Who wouldn't want such a charming representation of their wedding day?

Maren Morris and Ryan Hurd met when they were both up and coming songwriters. Earlier this year, Hurd released "Diamonds or Twine,"  a song he played for Morris on the night they got engaged.

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