Frankie Sandford was ''full of emotion'' on her wedding day.
The Saturdays singer married her soccer star beau Wayne Bridge at the weekend at Woburn Abbey in Bedfordshire, east England, and she admits her big day was ''amazing'' surrounded by the people she loves.
Taking to her Twitter account, she tweeted: ''Thank you so much for all your messages. Wayne and I had the most amazing weekend surrounded by everyone we love. Can't believe it's over!
''Never been so full of emotion. what roller coaster! So happy. I can't wait to chill out with my husband. Bring on the honeymoon!''
The ceremony was made even more special when boyband JLS - whose member Marvin Humes is married to Frankie's band mate Rochelle - reunited for a one-off performance to entertain guests.
Meanwhile, it was previously reported the loved-up couple - who have nine-month-old son Parker together - were originally planning their extravagant summer ceremony with the help of Bentley's Entertainments, the firm that organised Victoria and David Beckham's lavish bash in 1999.
However, rather than going for a huge, glitzy bash, the pair had asked guests to protect their privacy by not putting any wedding photos online.
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