Well, he went and did it. 102.3 The Bull morning show host, Bobby Bones, got married to Caitlin Parker over the weekend.

Country Insider is reporting that Bobby and Caitlin got married at their home in Nashville.

While some couples plan big, elaborate weddings in huge facilities, Caitlin Parker told People magazine that for this couple it was a no-brainer. If they were getting married they would do the ceremony at the home the couple had purchased together in Nashville.

Bobby Bones shared on social media that it was the greatest night of his life.

Some of the 102.3 The Bull morning show team were there as well, including Amy Brown, 'Producer Eddie' Garcia, and others.

The guest list also included Dierks Bentley, Jake Owen, Chuck Wicks, Dan & Shay (who sang the First Dance song), Gary LeVox from Rascal Flatts, and Ronnie Dunn.

The couple had been engaged since October of 2020 and Bobby credits Caitlin for bringing substance to his life saying, "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."

While Bobby Bones is known far and wide for working harder than a human being ought to, Caitlin has convinced him to take two weeks off for a honeymoon from now through the end of July.

The Bobby Bones Morning Show will continue with the co-hosts of the show along with best of segments and newly recorded segments involving Bobby throughout the next two weeks.

Congratulations and best wishes to Bobby and Caitlin from all of us at 102.3 The Bull.

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