Frankie Sandford and her footballer fiancé Wayne Bridge married on Saturday.
The couple, who are parents to baby boy Parker, tied the knot in front of family and friends, including the bride's bandmates Una Foden, Rochelle Humes, Mollie King and Vanessa White from The Saturdays.
Frankie, 25, and her groom, 33, exchanged vows at Woburn Abbey in Bedfordshire. The reception was held in a marquee that had been erected in the grounds of the picturesque country estate.
Frankie Sandford and Wayne Bridge have been together since 2010
The What About Us singer and her bridal party were spotted arriving the day before, all smiles and with baby Parker in tow. Wayne was also seen travelling on the same day.
While Frankie has yet to release a wedding photo, there's no doubt the pixie-haired singer will have looked flawless on her big day.
Her bandmates certainly looked as gorgeous as ever, all brightening up the scene in different coloured outfits.
Frankie Sandford and her bandmates from The Saturdays, one month before her wedding
Rochelle stunned in a tight fuchsia dress while Una wowed in a cobalt blue number that she paired with sky-high heels. The duo had arrived with their husbands Marvin and Ben respectively, and their daughters played a special part on the day.
Rochelle's 14-month-old toddler Alaia-Mai acted as a flower girl, donning a little white frock for the occasion and matching Una's two-year-old daughter Aoife who also walked down the aisle.
Mollie, meanwhile, looked angelic in a cream and gold frock, while Vanessa pulled off a racy deep red dress that featured a thigh-high split.
Frankie Sandford and Wayne Bridge's son Parker
At the star-studded reception, JLS, who went their separate ways last year, reunited for the day and serenaded the newlyweds.
Frankie and Wayne's wedding comes after the singer announced that she was engaged to her retired footballer beau in April 2013. The couple of four-and-a-half years welcomed their first child in October later that year.
The newlyweds will be spending their honeymoon in the Seychelles – the same destination that Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton, chose after their 2011 wedding.