Cam is officially off the market! The country singer wed fiance Adam Weaver on Saturday (Sept. 24).

Cam's wedding took place in Joshua Tree, Calif., with 140 guests in attendance; she wore a 1930s-inspired Jenny Packham gown, People reports. Cam walked down the aisle to “Besame Mucho,” performed by a mariachi band, and the newlyweds' first dance was to "Oklahoma Sky" as performed by Miranda Lambert.

“It’s just one of the most beautiful songs,” Cam says of "Oklahoma Sky." “It has such an atmosphere to it. It just pulls you in and both of us loved it.”

Cam and Weaver got engaged just over a year ago, in early September 2015. The singer hasn't shared all the details of her wedding just yet, but it's a safe bet that her favorite color was incorporated into the ceremony in some way or another. Cam's penchant for yellow has been well supported by fans, and she has been seen wearing the color everywhere from red carpets to onstage. But even though Cam recently hinted that yellow would be part of her ceremony, she also wanted the event to be equally as special for her husband-to-be.

"Yellow will be in places, but it’s not going to be overwhelming. The idea is, it’s meant to be our day, not my day," said the singer -- who was also quick to add that her wedding dress would be white, not yellow -- prior to the big day. "I think to have a full yellow wedding dress … you’ve become a character at that point. I’m still a person."

After Cam and Weaver return from their honeymoon in Tokyo and Bali, the "Burning House" singer will keep on rambling for her first-ever headlining tour throughout the U.S. The Burning House Tour is set to kick off on Oct. 27 in Chicago.

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