Wedding bells were ringing in November for High Valley's Curtis Rempel and his sweetheart Myranda last weekend. The two were wed in the Canadian country band's hometown of LaCrete, Alberta on Nov. 24.

According to Country Weekly, even though temperatures were freezing -- the thermometer dipped below 20 degrees Fahrenheit and more than three feet of snow covered the ground -- Rempel and his new bride managed to stay warm enough. Shortly after the ceremony, the couple departed in High Valley's tour van, which had been converted into a limousine for the special occasion (hopefully they headed somewhere warm!).

High Valley is a family band from Alberta, comprised of brothers Curtis, Brad and Bryan Rempel. As a group, they've enjoyed some serious success in their home country, thanks to their GMA Canada Covenant Award-winning albums 'Broken Borders' and 'High Valley.' But the sibling trio now has its sights focused on the U.S. High Valley just released the single 'Love You for a Long Time' in the States. The single is from the band's upcoming U.S. studio album release.

As soon as the happy couple returns from their honeymoon, High Valley will join Craig Morgan's Acoustic Christmas Tour for a few holiday-themed shows. Sounds like it will be a busy first few weeks of marriage!

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