Pop Singer Gets Married Outside of Dallas: Details on Kirstin Maldonado's Special Day

The couple chose a Dallas venue so that Maldonado's 97-year-old Nana could attend.

Kirstin Maldonado and Ben Hausdorff have tied the knot. On April 21, the Pentatonix singer and the videographer and director exchanged vows at D'Vine Grace Vineyard in McKinney, Texas.

"I just think a wedding is so special because when are all those people going to be in the same room and celebrating [again]? It's all your favorite people together," Maldonado told People of her 175-guest wedding, including bandmates Scott Hoying, Mitch Grassi, Kevin Olusola, and Matt Sallee.

Housedorff is not a Pentatonix member, but the two met while the band was on tour in 2018, and Maldonado said they "started off as friends and got to know each other" before beginning a relationship. Six years later, they're officially married. They also share a daughter, Elliana, who is 21 months old.

"I think we've finally caught up to our relationship or our relationship has finally caught up to where we are," said Hausdorff. "And I think there's something special about that. Just being like, yes, 'My wife!' and this is our life, and this is our daughter, and that's it." 

The couple initially planned to wed in California, but they quickly switched to venues in Dallas, Texas, to accommodate Maldonado's 97-year-old Nana, who lives nearby. "And [D'Vine Grace] had a nice outdoor area — there's this beautiful stone patio where the reception is going to be," Hausdorff told People. "So it just kind of all came together. We were like, 'This is it.' "

The wedding party consisted of seven bridesmaids and seven groomsmen, all wearing coordinated outfits in "midnight blue." In a black tux with a white vest and bow tie, Hausdorff called his look "classic, but with a hint of something different," while Maldonado wore two dresses from designer Kim Kassas. Kassas designed Elliana's flower girl outfits as well. 

"Her little dress has some of the elements of my dress on it, and then I ended up getting her one that's a little bit more of a traditional flower girl dress for her to walk down in. So it's just going to be a little cute cupcake going down the aisle," Maldonado said. 

Their reception featured a band and DJ as well as a fireworks display, and the couple danced all night long. Now, they will embark on a two-week honeymoon around the world. Their journey will begin in Tahiti, followed by a stopover in Tokyo, where Hausdorff proposed before heading to the Amalfi Coast. "It's one of our favorite places ever," Maldonado says.