Shelton shared a black and white Instagram photo of the couple’s wedding ceremony in which they were backing the camera and were surrounded by flowers. His tribute to Stefani had beautiful words, and it acknowledged the season of love.
Blake Shelton Celebrates His Love For His Wife On Valentine’s Day
Shelton’s love for his wife is unending as he expresses affection on the big day of love in his throwback photo’s caption.
He wrote, “I’m the luckiest man alive… Happy Valentine’s Day, @gwenstefani! I love you!” Fans were so in love with the couple’s love as they took to the comments to celebrate their love.
A fan wrote, “Aweee. You both are so lucky to have found each other. True love & Happy Anywhere. Happy Valentine’s Day to you, your love, the boys, & families.”
Since their marriage, the love birds have shared affection towards each other, and one of those times was in November 2021. The Blast reported that Shelton wrote a song titled “We Can Reach the Stars” as his wedding vows to Stefani.
Carson Daly, a TV show host who also performed the official duties at their wedding, recommended that the couple write their vows to which they reluctantly agreed.
The song was a surprise to Stefani, and it was released four months after they said their vows in Oklahoma. The beautiful piece served as an inspiration to the younger generation.
Many people were glad Shelton shared something so special with them and were moved by the lyrics. The proud husband was pleased to share how honored he was to be with his other half. He said:
“I’m really proud of ‘We Can Reach The Stars,’ and I’m really honored to be with her. That’s why we got married in the first place.”
“That’s why we wear rings…because we want everyone to know. I’m thrilled to share this song with the world,” concluded Shelton.
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“The Voice” Co-Judges Celebrate Their First Thanksgiving Post-Marriage
The Blast shared that Stefani was grateful to spend her first Thanksgiving with Shelton after their marriage.
The singer celebrated the day in her husband’s Oklahoma house, where they dined with beautiful china pieces and floral table clothes.
She also posted a throwback photo of herself and Shelton on Instagram. They both rocked cowboy clothes and looked super cute in them.
The throwback photo showed that the stars were destined to be together, and a few fans thought so too. An admirer gushed about how their matching childhood photos predicted their fate to be together.
Earlier in October, the couple marked their first engagement anniversary. Their anniversary also indicated six years of being together since they publicized their relationship in 2015.
Shelton and Stefani got engaged in October 2020 but married later in July 2021 because of the pandemic.
The 45-Year-Old Singer And His Wife Give The Public Peeks Into Their Relationship
Shelton and Stefani first met on “The Voice,” where they were judges. At the time, they had just gotten separated from their former spouses.
The Blast reported that the couple didn’t share their relationship initially, but eventually, their love became too obvious to be ignored.
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As the private type, the singers keep most parts of their relationship away from the public, but they have not hidden from the world entirely as they often share memorable moments of themselves.
One of those moments was a video Shelton shared and called “Couple Goals.” The video was a mash-up of the duo’s time together, including their song, “Nobody But You.”
The “Rich Girl” singer re-shared the video on her Instagram story with accompanied pink heart emojis.
Shelton and Stefani gave us another glimpse of their lives last Christmas, which they celebrated together.
The special holiday was a cooking period for them as they tried to prepare an Italian timpano pasta dome dish which didn’t go so well for them in 2020.
Italian timpano pasta dome dish is mostly prepared by baking some layers of meatballs, pasta, marinara sauce, and sausage cheese in a crust.
The preparation seemed to turn out well for the pair, unlike the previous year, as Stefani updated fans on the procedure till it was served.
As they got ready to cut the dish, Shelton said, “The fifth annual cutting of the timpani pasta dome—Lord, hear our prayer!”