Kristin Chenoweth channeled Glinda the Good Witch when she and Josh Bryant tied the knot on Saturday.
The “Wicked” star stayed true to herself with a “pink-oriented” wedding in Dallas, Texas.
“I have been a self-proclaimed bachelorette my whole life,” the bride, 55, told People ahead of the ceremony.
“I was never going to get married. I even got engaged before and couldn’t do it,” the actress went on, referencing her first engagement to actor Marc Kudisch from 1998 to 2001.
“Until I met Josh,” she clarified. “Then I was like, ‘Why would I ever let this guy go?’ I’m so blessed.”
Her musician husband, 41, said he predicted the nuptials would be inspired by Chenoweth’s bubbly personality.
“Without having to even ask Kristin, I knew that the theme would probably be pink-oriented in some way,” Bryant said.
Chenoweth chimed in, “On that day, I want to look and feel like Kristin, and I want Josh to see the girl that he has been with for five years.
“I’m going to look glamorous and all that, but my hair isn’t going to be up to heaven, even though we’ll be in Texas,” she continued. “It’s going to look like me.”
However, Bryant added, “Don’t let her fool you. Normal to Kristin is like 110 per cent.”
Chenoweth walked down the aisle in a Pamella Roland gown with a sheer pink overlay and bow detailing on the back.
“I didn’t want to wear white,” she said of the “simple and elegant” dress, which also featured tiny pearl flower detailing on the bodice.
“I never thought I’d get married, so I went very nontraditional with the gown,” she explained. “I love it.”
Décor for the nuptials was also on theme, featuring a romantic mix of white, pink and champagne tones, while calla lilies, garden roses, spray roses and hydrangeas filled the venue.
The couple’s wedding weekend began with a rehearsal dinner at Capital Grille Friday, where guests enjoyed a custom Baskin-Robbins cake.
The following day, 140 guests — including Kathy Najimy, David Foster, Katharine McPhee and Kenny Ortega — gathered at a private residence where the pair said “I do.”
During the ceremony, which was officiated by one of their pals, Chenoweth and Bryant exchanged “a form of traditional vows.”
However, the Broadway star joked that she would not “say ‘obey.’”
After the emotional ceremony, their friends and family sipped on custom cocktails, including the “Wicked Margarita” and the “Bryant Old Fashioned.”
Additionally, the Tony winner served some of her favorite snacks — Dunkin Donuts and slurpees from 7-11 — as late-night nibbles.
The newlyweds met in 2016 at Chenoweth’s niece’s wedding where Bryant’s band, Backroad Anthem, performed.
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The pair reconnected two years later when Bryant’s band provided the entertainment at another wedding she attended.
“We had become friends by this time, and that’s when he came on strong,” Chenoweth recalled.
“Josh asked me where I was going to be playing next, and it was North Carolina,” she added. “I said, ‘I’m busy. I don’t have time, da, da, da.’ And he shows up to the concert and that was it for me.”
After pointing out their “ridiculous” 14-year age difference, she gushed, “He’s made me feel very confident and beautiful and loved at any age.”
Bryant popped the question in October 2021 after three years of dating.