Kristin Chenoweth and Josh Bryant Tie the Knot in Enchanting Dallas Wedding

TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) — In a heartwarming celebration of love, Broken Arrow’s very own Tony award-winning actress and singer, Kristin Chenoweth, exchanged vows with her musician beau, Josh Bryant, during a picturesque wedding ceremony in Dallas, Texas, this past Saturday. The enchanting event was reported by People Magazine.

Adding a touch of whimsy to the festivities, Chenoweth treated her guests to some of her favorite indulgences, including Dunkin’ Donuts and 7-11 Slurpees, as late-night snacks. Each attendee departed with a thoughtfully curated gift bag, brimming with delightful goodies like Nest candles, Nivea Chapstick, Doritos, Fiji Water, and Fontus Lozenges.

The newlyweds graced the dance floor for their inaugural dance, swaying to the melodious strains of “I Can’t Help Falling in Love with You,” serenaded by their friends Ty Herndon and Toby Freeman, while Mary-Mitchell Campbell enchanted on the piano.

The star-studded guest list was a testament to the couple’s broad connections in the entertainment world. Among the luminaries in attendance were Kathy Najimy, David Foster, Katharine McPhee, Kenny Ortega, Chely Wright, Jennifer Aspen, and Broadway composer Andrew Lippa, as per People Magazine’s report.

In a fashion choice that showcased her unique style, Chenoweth donned a Pamella Roland gown, adorned with a sheer nude and pink overlay and a distinctive bow detail at the back. When asked about her unconventional choice of attire, she shared with People Magazine, “I didn’t want to wear white. Simple and elegant. I never thought I’d get married, so I went very nontraditional with the gown. I love it.”

The ceremony also featured an adorable cameo by the couple’s furry companion, Thunder, who played the role of the ring bearer. Thunder made a grand entrance, accompanied by the fitting AC/DC hit “Thunderstruck,” adding an element of charm and playfulness to the memorable day.

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