The couple officially tied the knot at Saddle Woods Farms in Murfreesboro, Tennessee in late November. For the ceremony, Pardi rocked his signature cowboy hat and a black tux. The couple had to delay their wedding plans due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But ultimately, the wedding was worth the wait.
“There’s never a right time in 2020 to get married, so after all the planning and replanning we’re happy we got to do it,” the couple told People Magazine.
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Jon Pardi is Planning a ‘Wedding Tour’
Forget a honeymoon, Pardi is planning a wedding tour with his new wife. The couple plans to travel to California, Tennessee, and Texas to meet with family and friends who couldn’t make it.
“With so much of our families being in California, we had to make the tough decision to downsize (drastically) twice. And we ended up with a small group of just our immediate family and closest friends in town,” Duncan told People Magazine. “We hope to eventually have a ‘wedding tour’ as Jon calls it. And celebrate with all our family and friends in California, Nashville, and Texas.”
Duncan continued explaining how the pandemic ultimately strengthened the two’s relationship. She said she valued all the time they got to spend together. For Pardi, he said he fell in love with Duncan at first sight, and they have the most fun when together.
[We went] through the worst year possible for a relationship, one where Jon’s career came to a halt. And we spent more time together than we ever have,” Duncan said. “We’re thankful for all that time we got to spend together. Because it was a confirmation that we are a great team. We get along, we appreciate each other, we respect each other and we love each other.”