Close to a month after they were pronounced husband and wife, Usher and Tameka Foster have sealed the deal once again.
The twosome, who wed in a private civil ceremony Aug. 3, renewed their vows Saturday at the Chateau Elan Winery & Resort in Atlanta, with some 200 guests looking on, People reports.
At the reception, guests dined on a sit-down dinner inside the resort's ballroom and enjoyed a five-tier white chocolate wedding cake for dessert. Among the attendees were Oprah Winfrey's BFF, Gayle King, and music manager Benny Medina.
Usher's mother, Jonetta Patton, who reportedly disapproves of Foster, was not present, though she was by her son's side for the civil ceremony.
The couple, who are expecting their first child later this year, were originally scheduled to wed July 28 at the Hamptons home of music mogul L.A. Reid, but called off the event at the last minute.
Several days later, Foster confirmed she'd had a "pregnancy scare," for which she needed to be hospitalized, necessitating the postponement of her nuptials.
Usher insisted that they still planned to marry and just days later proved himself to be a man of his word.
"I exchanged vows with Tameka Foster in Atlanta on Friday and we are happily married," Usher said in a statement shortly after the civil ceremony.
With two weddings now behind them, the newlyweds can finally get down to the business of honeymooning.