Adam Doleac Marries MacKinnon Morrissey five years after dating
- Adam Doleac tied the knot to his girlfriend MacKinnon Morrissey after five years of dating
- The romantic wedding took place at Eden Gardens State Park in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida
- The newlyweds are now headed off on their honeymoon to Hawaii
Adam Doleac weds her longtime girlfriend MacKinnon Morrissey
Adam Doleac and MacKinnon Morrissey are officially husband and wife! The couple took a milestone in their relationship after five years of dating.
They walked down the aisle on Friday, December 2, at Eden Gardens State Park in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida. While speaking to PEOPLE, Morrissey spoke about her wedding,
“Getting married in Florida is super special to us since my mom is born and raised here. We have vacationed here a lot together!”
For the ceremony, Doleac’s brother, Alex, was the best man as well he officiated their wedding vows.
After the ceremony, guests were greeted by a Miller High Life Champagne of Beers wall with custom-made champagne flutes in their reception.
Similarly, a variety of Molson Coors beverages including Topo Chico Hard Seltzers and Blue Moon were available to guests.
They opted for a buffet style for dinner and as for the dessert, the couple had a groomsmen cake made to look like Doleac’s Jeep.
The wedding news comes ten months after their engagement. Doleac popped the question to Morrissey with a ring from Consider the Wldflwrs on Feb. 9 at the historic Franklin Theatre in Franklin, Tennessee.
Further, the newlyweds are now headed off on their honeymoon to Hawaii.
The bride of the day looked stunned in a white gown from The Dress Theory, located in Nashville. The dress was “the last one” she tried on.
Similarly, she completed her look accessorizing with the traditional “something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue,” which included her mom’s pearl bracelet, her dress and shoes, her friend Abby’s veil, and her late grandma Cacky’s blue rosary.
The country singer, 34, on the other hand, looked dapper in a custom blue suit made in collaboration with Tie Bar and his favorite beer, Miller High Life.
His wedding suit was striped with the Miller High Life girl in the moon logo and his pocket square was made from his mom’s wedding dress.