Even if you didn't get an invite to Kelly Clarkson 's wedding on Sunday -- and let's face it, since they eloped, no one did -- now you can feel like you were actually there, thanks to a video of the big day that Kelly's posted online .
The video, which runs a minute-and-a-half, is soundtracked to the song "Heavenly Day" by Patti Griffin . First, we see beautiful scenery of Blackberry Farms in Tennessee where the couple tied the knot, including a covered bridge over a lake. Next, we see Kelly's husband Brandon kissing her, and then a shot of the couple, as well as Brandon's two children from a previous marriage, standing on the bridge in front of what looks like a minister.
Next, Brandon and Kelly are standing on a rock in the river -- she's barefoot -- kissing. Then, we see them rowing in a rowboat and dancing on the end of the dock. Next, they're walking down the lawn, and Kelly's got her new husband's jacket over her wedding dress. Cut to a close-up of them smooching in a field, and fade out on the words "Brandon and Kelly Blackstock." Awww.
Meanwhile, just because Kelly and Brandon decided to dispense with a big wedding doesn't mean she gave up on some other traditional pre-wedding rituals -- like the bachelorette party.
E! Online reports that last month, Kelly and her girlfriends got together in Austin, Texas at a place called the Marvelous Vintage Tea Party Co . to throw what's called an "adult tea party." That means that instead of containing Earl Grey and chamomile, the tea pots were filled with whiskey, scotch and other grown-up beverages. The company's owner tells E! that these parties are "quite indulgent," and also feature "liquor-infused tea cocktails," as well as champagne, regular tea, cakes and other nibbles.
Based on Instagram photos that some of Kelly's guests have posted, which are hashtagged #kcbp, for "Kelly Clarkson Bachelorette Party," the party had a 1920's theme -- all the girls were dressed like flappers. Another guest posted a picture of the gift table, which features some naughty toys among the presents.
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