Already have an account?
Get back to the

Gwen Stefani Catches Bouquet at the Wedding of Blake Shelton’s Hair Stylist: Details on Their PDA Night Out

Gwen Stefani
Gwen was spotted holding a bouquet of flowers and a coffee after watching Blake load up the car.

Here comes the bride? Gwen Stefani caught the bouquet at the wedding of Blake Shelton’s hair stylist Amanda Craig in Nashville on January 11. Stefani accompanied the country crooner to the nuptials, held at Loveless Barn.

Related: PHOTOS: Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale — The Way They Were

According to an eyewitness at the country casual wedding, Shelton, 39, and Stefani, 46, whooped it up on the dance floor and couldn’t have been more into each other.

“Gwen and Blake were dancing most of the night,” a source tells Us Weekly in the new issue, on newsstands now. “They were slow-dancing and kissing, as well as fast-dancing. The band was a Motown band, and they danced to songs like ‘Can’t Help Myself,’ ‘Get Ready’ and ‘My Girl.’”

According to the source, it’s clear that the Voice coach, who split from wife Miranda Lambert in July, is deeply in love with Stefani. “Blake was looking at Gwen like she was the only woman in the world — they are very in love with each other.”

And as for the bouquet she caught? The No Doubt frontwoman held on to it tightly!

“She was smiley and super cute about it,” the insider adds of the moment following the bride’s toss. “Blake came up and gave her a kiss afterwards, and she held onto the bouquet all night.” Stefani was also photographed holding the flowers, along with a Bandolier phone case.

The two have been nearly inseparable since going public with their romance this past November — and they plan on keeping it that way. Another source confirms to Us that Shelton has asked Stefani, who was a coach this past season on The Voice, to be his team’s mentor on the upcoming season 10.

Pick up the latest issue of Us Weekly for all the exclusive details on their budding romance.

Related: PHOTOS: Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert — The Way They Were

In this article