They announced their engagement in August, and now Anthony Callea and Tim Campbell have said 'I do'.
Anthony, 31, and Tim, 39, brought their family and friends together for the celebration that took place in New Zealand, where same-sex marriage is recognised.
Anthony announced their marriage on social media on Monday writing: 'It's extra special today as [Tim Campbell] and I get to share the news we are married!'
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Just married! Anthony Callea and Tim Campbell tied the knot in a small ceremony in New Zealand
Adding: 'Yep....he liked it and definitely put a ring on it!'
Tim wrote: 'It's been such an amazing day of the most beautiful messages of support and good wishes! Thanks to you all.'
Speaking to Woman's Day, the couple said they flew into Melbourne after the ceremony and hosted a dinner for their close friends and family to celebrate the marriage.
Two parties! The wedding party flew from New Zealand to Melbourne to continue the celebrations with more friends and family
'They were two of the most special nights of my life,' Tim said, adding: 'It was so magical and so beautiful. It was actually quite incredible.'
Guests sipped on Laurent-Perrier champagne and martinis with the restaurant, Rosetta, catering the party.
Both men are talented performers, so there was plenty of singing and dancing, with Anthony saying: 'It was basically our own mini nightclub that closed at 5am.'
Partied hard: Speaking with Kyle and Jackie O, Anthony said it took them 'a good week to recover' from the festivites
Speaking with Kyle and Jackie O on KIIS FM, Anthony said it's taken them 'a good week to recover.'
The couple, who have been together for seven years, will wait until next year before going away on a honeymoon.
Tim proposed to Anthony when the pair were at home one night in August, with the pair sharing the news on August 18.
Long term relationship: The couple have been together for seven years and became engaged in August
Congratulations: The wedding was covered exclusively by Woman's Day magazine, on stands now