The country music singer tied the knot with the Texas Rangers catcher in Greeneville, Tennessee, on Thursday (June 12th).
The lead singer of The Band Perry, Kimberly Perry, is a married women.
The 30 year-old tied the knot with baseball player J.P. Arencibia on Thursday (June 12th) in Greeneville, Tennessee.
The newlyweds walked down the aisle at the First Presbyterian Church surrounded by close friends, family and fellow country music stars.
According to E!News, among the famous faces were Carrie Underwood and her husband Mike Fisher, Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton, and, as well as Kimberly's brothers and bandmates, Reid and Neil Perry.
The wedding reception was held at the new bride's parents' home, which is the same venue Arencibia popped the question to Perry in September 2013.
Shortly after becoming engaged Perry couldn't help but brag to The Tennessean about how her future husband proposed.
"I came back out on the front porch and he was standing there and he got down on one knee," she told the newspaper last September. "It was perfect."
The Texas Rangers catcher purposely chose to do it at her parents' house because he knew it would be important to all the family if they were there.
"They're a close family and I wanted them there," he explained to ESPN. "We had it set up that the family was sitting there and I was going to show up at the bottom of the hill and have her see me and have me walk up."
The couple first met in February 2012 backstage at a meet & greet for Perry's band at the Florida Strawberry Festival in Plant City, Fla.
"We are such a tight-knit group of Perrys, both in business and personally, so it takes exactly the right person to really walk into that world and hold his own," she told People Country. "He definitely is a guy that walks that line perfectly. This is that one that I've waited for."
News station WJHL captured footage of Perry and Arencibia's big day.
Perry tied the knot on Thursday