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‘Voice’ Contestant RaeLynn Woodward Marries Longtime Boyfriend Josh Davis in ‘Whimsical’ Ceremony

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Josh Davis and RaeLynn Woodward

Time to break out the bubbly! The Voice season 2 contestant RaeLynn Woodward married her longtime boyfriend, Josh Davis, in a “whimsical” ceremony in Nashville on Saturday, February 27, Us Weekly can confirm.

The country singer (née Racheal Lynn Woodward), 21, who was mentored on the NBC show by Blake Shelton, stunned in a white embellished halter-top wedding gown with a long train as she and Davis exchanged vows at a friend’s barn before more than 300 guests.

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RaeLynn Woodward and Josh Davis

“My main thing was I just wanted everybody to have a good time, you know,” Woodward tells Us Weekly exclusively. “I wanted to make sure we had the best DJ in town. And I love table decorations. I want every table to have its own little thing. So that’s my main thing is I just want to create a cool atmosphere.”

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The “God Made Girls” singer achieved her “cool” vibe with “a whimsical, woodland theme” that involved plenty of pale pinks, a deep red and moss and succulents to fill out the space.

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Josh Davis and RaeLynn Woodward

She and her 17 bridesmaids all wore white, and Davis’ groomsmen wore three-piece charcoal gray suits.

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The reception featured a whole smorgasbord of food served buffet-style, including BBQ chicken, pork chops, corn cakes, shrimp and grits, macaroni and cheese, green beans, corn and a butternut squash soup from Nashville’s Big Al’s Deli.

“I was looking over the RSVP list and seeing who’s all coming, and it’s just a reminder of how blessed I am,” she says. “When I moved to Nashville, you know, I didn’t know anybody, and now I’m having a wedding here, and half of the people I’m inviting are people that I’ve met here, and just to have known that I’ve built all these relationships in three years, and that these are people that I’ll know forever is just so cool.”