Bandmate and younger brother Mike Gossin stood by Tom's side with oldest brother Steve as best man. The third member of the country trio, Rachel Reinert, was one of Jaime's nine attendants, which included two bridesmen in addition to seven bridesmaids. She donned a custom-made tuxedo corset in honor of her semi-formal role as "groomslady" while all nine of Tom's groomsmen wore custom-made wooden bow ties.
When Gossin proposed to Moffett on their 10th anniversary, it was with a 1920s European-cut stone, and the couple's ceremony and reception at The Cannery was tuned into the Jazz Age right up until their departure in a vintage Rolls Royce.
"The attention to detail was amazing," Reinert told PEOPLE the day after, sharing this exclusive photo. "Every little detail was so pretty, everywhere you looked was something of the period, all 1920s, Prohibition era, Art Deco themed. It was perfect!"
The newlyweds will enjoy a couple-only honeymoon before the trio reunite and hit the stage again on Nov. 1 in Conway, S.C.
Additional wedding info will be in Brides Magazine and the next issue of PEOPLE Country.