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Kimberly Perry weds

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Kimberly Perry has got married.

The Band Perry singer tied the knot with baseball star J. P. Arencibia at the First Presbyterian Church in Greeneville, Tennessee yesterday (06.12.14) before a reception at her parents' nearby home.

Close friends and family were joined by a string of famous faces, including country singer Carrie Underwood and her husband Mike Fisher and Miranda Lambert and her husband Blake Shelton.

Last September, the Texas Rangers catcher chose Kimberly's parents home as the setting for his proposal.

The 29-year-old beauty previously said: "I came back out on the front porch and he was standing there and he got down on one knee. It was perfect."

And J.P. felt it was important to have his partner's family around when he popped the question.

He previously said: "We had it set up that the family was sitting there and I was going to show up at the bottom of the hill and have her see me and have me walk up.

"They're a close family and I wanted them there"

The couple met at the Florida Strawberry Festival in February 2012 after the 28-year-old sportsman managed to get backstage to meet the singer, who he had admired from her music videos.

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