Jason Mraz, Christina Carano, Tina Carano, Wedding


Jason Mraz finally said "I'm Yours" to girlfriend, Christina Carano

E! News confirmed the engaged couple wed Sunday in an outdoor ceremony surrounded by Virginia forest. The 38-year-old Grammy-winning crooner met his stunning bride at an altar decorated by a canopy wrapped in greenery. The nuptials, led by Terces Engelhart of Cafe Gratitude, were said before a small guest list of around 50 family and friends, Mraz's rep confirmed to E! News. The wedding took place at the Pole Green Historic Church in Mechanicsville where Mraz grew up— easily identified by a unique outdoor outline of a house complete with faux windows.

According to a source, the couple, which clearly has a penchant for the outdoors, is set to honeymoon via a road trip, enjoying the autumn foliage along the way.  

Carano, who goes by Tina, wore a long-sleeved white lace high-collar gown with a sheer tail accessorized by a crown of flowers worn in her hair. 

Mraz gushed over his partner of four years, posting a photo of her at the altar on his Instagram with a heart-warming note. 

"Today I was made the luckiest man in the world," he wrote. 

Jason Mraz, Christina Carano, Tina Carano, Wedding


Mraz met the brunette beauty, who is a native of Royal Oak, Mich., back in 2007 when he visited a coffee shop she formerly owned in Hermosa Beach, Calif. While they may have crossed paths nearly a decade ago, they didn't start dating until 2011.   

"After several years of crushing on him, the stars finally aligned—and now he's my stud. We've created a really awesome life together and we make a great team," Carano said of her future husband when the couple was both featured on the cover of the August issue of The Osider. "He's the most loving, generous, and most hardworking man I know. These are the most attractive qualities I could ever ask for in a partner. He inspires me and empowers me everyday to live my best life and he cares so deeply about the things that really matter. We're truly blessed in so many ways."

The "I Won't Give Up" singer was previously engaged to singer-songwriter Tristan Prettyman in December 2011. The couple broke off their engagement six months later. 

Also in 2011, Mraz declared the he would not get married until everyone could share in the civil right.

"We can't get married until [gay] marriage is legal and equal... I think giving people the right to marry will be a huge movement in civil rights," the singer said during the Concert to Benefit the American Foundation for Equal Rights.

He kept his word. In June, the Supreme Court ruled gay marriage constitutional, allowing all couples the legal right to marry. 

Congratulations to the happy couple!

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