Bobby Bones is a married man. The Premiere Networks-syndicated host wed Caitlin Parker at home in Tennessee on Saturday. “Greatest night of my life,” Bones wrote on social media following the wedding. People broke the news on Sunday, with the publication detailing the couple’s decision to get married in the backyard of their Nashville-area home.
“For me, it really wasn't even a question,” Parker told People of their at-home nuptials. “It was just — if we're getting married in Nashville, we're getting married at the house."
The couple’s wedding party included “The Bobby Bones Show” personalities Amy Brown and “Producer Eddie” Garcia, retired tennis pro Andy Roddick and Abby Smyers. Dierks Bentley, Jake Owen and Chuck Wicks were in attendance. Dan + Shay sang the couple’s first dance song – the Jesse and the Rippers version of The Beach Boys’ “Forever” from “Full House” – while Rascal Flatts’ Gary LeVox performed Rascal Flatts’ “Bless the Broken Road” and “Fast Cars and Freedom” and Ronnie Dunn sang Brooks & Dunn’s “Neon Moon.”
“I'm finally starting to have substance in my life,” Bones, who proposed to Parker in October, told People. “She's constantly trying to convince me that my life is more than just what I do for a living and trying to show me that my worth is more than just what I put out on TV or on the radio."
Parker also has convinced Bones to take a long honeymoon.
"I've never taken two weeks off of work!" he added.