• Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton tied the knot in Oklahoma Sunday
  • Stefani and Shelton's "The Voice" co-star Carson Daly officiated their wedding, a report says
  • Levine reportedly wasn't present and spent the weekend with his wife and kids in Miami

Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton are officially married, but Adam Levine wasn't present at their wedding, a report says.

Carson Daly, the host of the NBC show "The Voice" where the couple met, was present when Stefani and Shelton tied the knot in Oklahoma Sunday, Page Six reported. He officiated the intimate nuptials, which was held at the country singer's ranch in the rural town of Tishomingo.

However, Stefani and Shelton's pal and former "Voice" co-star, Levine, was a no-show at the couple's big day, according to the report. The Maroon 5 frontman was in Miami, where he is believed to be recording, unnamed sources told Page Six.

The "Sugar" singer reportedly spent the weekend with his wife Behati Prinsloo and their daughters. According to Page Six, Levine also did yoga.

Levine’s absence from the wedding may not come as a surprise to some as Stefani earlier said that the ceremony would be simple and that they won’t invite a lot of celebrities.

"We're keeping it very simple. Really simple," Stefani said on "Late Night With Seth Meyers" back in April. "I think the guest list will not have a lot of musicians. It'll be like my mom and my dad. It's literally going to be just family. We are looking forward to that, though."

Meanwhile, the "God Gave Me You" crooner previously joked that he wanted Levine, who departed "The Voice" in 2019, and his band Maroon 5 to play at their wedding.

"He may not like it, but Adam Levine's gonna have to get the band together and come and play our wedding,” Shelton told Seth Meyers when he appeared on his talk show in December 2020. "I've already seen a music video where they crash people's weddings and he owes me a lot for just putting up with him over the years."

However, Stefani said they would likely just play songs rather than have an actual band perform.

"I definitely would love to have Adam sing at our wedding. But the thing is, I feel like we're not going to have a wedding band. I feel like we're just going to go with a playlist," Stefani told Meyers.

Meanwhile, Levine jokingly said he objected to Shelton and Stefani's wedding when he appeared on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" in April. The two even agreed to crash the wedding.

"I don't support their marriage. She's so cool and he's not," Levine said.

When DeGeneres defended Shelton saying he is "very funny and very smart." Levine conceded saying, "He's vaguely charming. I miss this. I've missed making so much fun of him."

Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton
Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton perform during the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards on Jan. 26, 2020 in Los Angeles. Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic