Inside Gwen Stefani & Blake Shelton's Oklahoma compound featuring horse farm & chapel where they quietly tied the knot

Inside Gwen Stefani & Blake Shelton's Oklahoma compound featuring horse farm & chapel where they quietly tied the knot

BLAKE Shelton and Gwen Stefani chose the country singer’s 1,200-acre Oklahoma ranch as the locale for their wedding over the weekend.

The property features a chapel, where the two wed, as well as a massive home, a horse stable, numerous ponds, and greenery as far as the eye can see.

Gwen, a California native, started spending time in Blake’s home state when the pandemic hit, with the two, along with her kids, quarantining there together.

They had been together for years, after meeting while first working side by side on The Voice in 2014, but grew much closer during their secluded time on the ranch.

When they got engaged in October, the pair decided to have their ceremony there, which they brought to life over the weekend when they became husband and wife at the chapel that Blake had built on the land.

The engagement announcement photo featured Gwen and Blake standing inside the holy building, which is made of stone and features a stunning glass window, crosses along the wall, hanging red lights, and large black-and-white chairs.

Named Ten Point Ranch, the singers have given a few other glimpses of the massive property, including the four-bedroom home that has a large, white wood-paneled living room and an airy dining room with a bright blue door and blue window panels.

The living room boasts a flat-screen TV mounted on the wall, artwork covering the wood panels, a bar stationed in one corner, and multiple sofas.

The property is so vast that Gwen shared earlier this year that they’d just discovered one of the ponds.

She shared while speaking on KOST 103.5 in March: “We went out and we found this crazy beautiful pond that we didn’t even know we had here. 

“And it was my first experience with a chainsaw, clearing it out. I was like, ‘Wait, did I sign up for this? I didn’t know I was going to be a landscaper when I grow up.’”

After all of her hard work clearing it, Gwen posted a snap of herself relaxing by the water.

Of her new life in Oklahoma as a whole, she told Jimmy Kimmel a few weeks later: “It’s pretty magic, I have to say. 

“I had no idea myself that it was such an amazing place, but it feels like you kind of go into a portal, and you’re all of a sudden in nature. 

“And I get to be face to face with Blake Shelton every day.”

Now she truly gets to be side by side with Blake every day, for the rest of their lives, after the two said their “I dos.”

The two Voice coaches had previously applied for their marriage license on Tuesday over in Oklahoma.

Page Six shared photos of the pair's chapel, as Gwen's parents Dennis Stefani and Patty Flynn, and guests and musicians were seen boarding a luxury people carrier to take them to the wedding.

A source had previously said: "Gwen and Blake are set to marry Saturday at Blake's Oklahoma ranch.”

The insider added that the TV stars were expected to have had an “entire weekend of activities and celebrations” scheduled. 

Describing the ceremony venue, the insider explained: "They’ve slowly added to the property over time and there’s a bunch of cabins and plenty of room for camping.

Last month, Gwen and Blake had a different kind of celebration when she threw him a surprise 45th birthday party.

The even featured dancing, singing, and a large sign that read "HBD 45 Blake" made out of balloons.

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