Country singer Maggie Rose has tied the knot with longtime boyfriend and Play It Again EVP Austin Marshall. The couple, who got engaged on March 21, 2015, said "I do" on Saturday (June 4) in Potomac, Md.

Their wedding ceremony took place at Our Lady of Mercy, where much of Rose's immediate and extended family have gotten married. Rose and Marshall then took the party to the Congressional Country Club in Bethesda for their reception.

"We were surrounded by family and friends from all over the world in my hometown," Rose tells People. "My mom and unofficial wedding planner Lizz Durante worked so hard to give us a special day."

Of course, Rose and Marshall's wedding ceremony and reception included a whole lot of live music: Bridesmaid Natalie Murphy is a violinist and vocalist, and she performed throughout the ceremony, while groomsman and fellow country artist Dallas Davidson sang "She's All Yours," co-written by Rose, for the father-daughter dance. And Rose's husband performed Joe Cocker's "With a Little Help From My Friends," which Rose calls "outrageous."

"It was a perfect day that represented Austin and me," she says. "I couldn't have imagined a more perfect day or a more perfect groom to share it with."

The newlyweds don't have any honeymoon plans right away, as Rose will be performing at the 2016 CMA Music Festival. In addition to wedding planning, Rose has been filling her time recently with music: She released The Variety Show — Volume 1 in April and has plans to release Volume 2 at a later date.

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