KEY POINTS

  • Blake Shelton wanted his wedding with Gwen Stefani to be "as comfortable as possible" for her, a report says
  • The couple reportedly kept their wedding simple because they "didn't want a circus"
  • Stefani and Shelton only wanted to celebrate their union with their loved ones, according to the report

Blake Shelton wanted to give Gwen Stefani the "perfect" wedding, according to a report.

Shelton and Stefani tied the knot in an intimate ceremony Saturday, just days after they filed for a marriage license in Oklahoma. An unnamed insider close to the couple told People that the country singer is head over heels with Stefani and did not want her to worry about anything on their big day.

"His love for her is so deep," the source said. "Having the wedding at home was a way for their families — and Gwen — to be as comfortable as possible."

Shelton and Stefani celebrated their union with their closest friends and family in a backyard chapel on his ranch in Tishomingo, Oklahoma. Their longtime friend and fellow "Voice" star Carson Daly officiated the ceremony.

Stefani shared photos from their wedding on Instagram. In one shot, she can be seen posing between Shelton and Daly, raising one of her legs and her wedding bouquet. Another snap showed the bride and groom raising their hands while Daly gives the camera a thumbs up.

In the photos, Stefani stunned in her custom silk and tulle Vera Wang wedding gown and long veil embroidered with Shelton and her sons' names. Meanwhile, Shelton dressed up in his usual blue jeans with a tuxedo jacket, vest and bow tie. Daly opted for black jeans with a matching black blazer.

"They purposely kept the wedding simple," an unnamed source close to Stefani told People. "They didn't want a circus. In the end, they just wanted to have this moment with their loved ones."

They opted to wed at Shelton's ranch because they shared many happy memories there, according to the insider close to the couple. Stefani and Shelton spent the lockdown there with her three sons, Kingston, 15, Zuma, 12, and Apollo, 7.

"They thought it was the perfect place for their wedding," the source said.

Shelton and Stefani's pal Adam Levine wasn't present at their big day, Page Six previously reported. According to the outlet, the Maroon 5 frontman was in Miami, where he is believed to be recording, and spent the weekend with his wife Behati Prinsloo and their daughters.

However, Levine's presence was felt during the wedding through his music as the playlist Stefani and Shelton danced to included some of his band Maroon 5's hits, the report said. The playlist by DJ Lucy Wrubel also featured songs by Carrie Underwood, Luke Bryan and Kelly Clarkson.

"They've been really excited leading up to the big day," the source close to the pair told People. "Blake and Gwen were just so happy and looking forward to celebrating their relationship with their families."

Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton Debunked rumors about Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton. In Picture: Singer Gwen Stefani (L) and recording artist Blake Shelton attend the grand opening of her 'Gwen Stefani - Just a Girl' residency at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino on June 28, 2018 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Photo: Getty Images/Ethan Miller