Meghan Trainor Walked Down the Aisle to Her Own Song: 'Marry Me'

Meghan Trainor married Daryl Sabara in December 2018 and walked down the aisle to her own song.
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What's a better song to walk down the aisle to than your own?

Pop star Meghan Trainor tied the knot with actor Daryl Sabara in December and made the nuptials very personal when she walked down the aisle to Sabara to the sound of her own voice, People reported.

Trainor's sweet song "Merry Me" played at the beginning of their backyard wedding ceremony, with a bright ukulele ringing out. Trainor croons the words, "I want the world to know you're mine. And I don't need a cake. A fancy wedding's not for me. Won't you marry me, marry me today?"

The singer told People that she wasn't planning on releasing the intimate song. But she said her fans had "been begging for it."

"When I walked down the aisle to it, I was like, we gotta get this out somehow, in some special way. I’m excited because it might be nice for other people if they wanna walk down the aisle to it," Trainor told the magazine.

The song was released as part of her new EP, "The Love Train," filled with songs inspired by her relationship with the former "Spy Kids" star. The pair got together in the summer of 2016 when they were set up on a double date by mutual friend Chloe Grace Moretz. Sabara popped the question in December 2017, and they wed one year later.


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