Artists, Friends React to Blake, Miranda Nuptials

Martina McBride, Kelly Clarkson, Kellie Pickler weigh in on wedding.

Photography by: (clockwise from top-left) Andrew Southam/SONY BMG, Michael Elins/UMG, Starstruck Entertainment, Kristin Barlowe

From the recent words of artists and friends who attended the weekend nuptials between Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert (which CountryWeekly.com previously reported), it looks like this couple knows how to throw a wedding.

Kelly Clarkson, one of the 550 guests who attended the nuptials at Don Strange Ranch, outside San Antonio, Texas, gushed about the wedding on her Facebook page on Sunday, saying, "So I went to Miranda and Blake Shelton's wedding last night and it was the greatest wedding/reception I've ever been to! I feel as though they should renew their vows every year and throw a party as well because everything about it was awesome! Cutest couple ever!"

For Martina McBride, watching the pair exchange vows brought back memories of her own wedding. "Last night I witnessed the union of two of the best people on the planet. Such a beautiful wedding and fantastic party. Honored to be there. Reminded me of 23 years ago today when I married my best friend. Best part . . . he's still my best friend," Martina said via Twitter.

A newlywed herself, Kellie Pickler gave her approval of the party. "Just got back from one helluva party . . . I mean wedding. Congrats to Mr & Mrs Shelton! Luv y'all!" she tweeted.

Singer and actress Laura Bell Bundy had just one question after the wedding and reception: "Mr & Mrs. Shelton! Y'all know how to have a wedding! Where's the advil!!!! XO"

While Reba McEntire may not have tweeted any well-wishes as of yet, it's reported that the redhead performed five songs, including her hit, "Fancy."

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