Watch Kelly Clarkson’s Romantic Wedding Video

Oct 23, 2013 10:23am

Kelly Clarkson had promised fans that she would share videos and photos from her Sunday elopement with new husband Brandon Blackstock – and the Grammy winner has done just that.

“We are making a special video for our family and friends, and then doing one for fans — because everyone keeps asking,” Clarkson told ABC News before the wedding.

Read: Kelly Clarkson Marries Brandon Blackstock

Clarkson, 31, posted three pictures on Monday, one solo in her simple, yet elegant white dress, and two more embracing her new hubby in the Tennessee countryside.

Yesterday, the “American idol” alum posted a video of her special day and said, “Thanks to everyone for all of your well wishes!!! #cloud9 #tieitup”

The video, set to the music of “Heavenly Day,” is a feast for the eyes and the heart as it opens with a montage of the different Tennessee landscapes and the beautiful bridge where Clarkson and Blackstock exchanged vows, while his two children stood by his side.

Related: New Details on Kelly Clarkson’s Tennessee Elopement

There’s also shots of the happy couple kissing by a babbling brook, enjoying a slow rowboat ride and embracing on a dock. The short clip ends with Blackstock lending his jacket to his new wife!

Now that the couple is married, Clarkson said she’s ready to expand her new family almost immediately and have a baby of her own to add to Blackstock’s children Savannah, 12, and Seth, 6.

“Like soon! Brandon, he’s a great dad and we wanted to make sure it’s cool with [his kids], but they are really pumped about it,” she told ABC News. “We actually, probably, want two more and he’s got two, so four total. [The oldest] will be in her teens, so that’s kind of like a live-in baby sitter.”

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