Kandi Burruss Officially Married to Todd Tucker

Kandi Burruss has officially married Todd Tucker.

Burruss, "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" singer-songwriter has been documenting her relationship with Tucker on the Bravo series where she met the television producer. While the wedding was initially met with opposition from her mother who is known as Mama Joyce on the show, Burruss could not contain her excitement on her special day.

"This is one of the best days of my life! I never imagined that I would marry my best friend. Todd's been that to me," Burruss told In Touch Weekly. "And to have just had the wedding of my dreams, it's all been so beautiful. Now it's time to party!"

Last week, Burruss took to her Instagram account to share her bridal shower images with fans. Despite accusing Tucker of being an opportunist and unfaithful to his fiance, Mama Joyce appeared with some "Real Housewives of Atlanta" cast members and Burruss' friends to celebrate the 37-year-old's upcoming nuptials.

"Looking forward to a fun day with friends & family," Burruss exclaimed on Instagram last week.

Burruss was all smiles in another photograph taken with her mother which she captioned, "#MommyDaughter pic!"

It seems Mama Joyce has come around to Burruss' decision to marry Tucker, over one month after the trio appeared on "The View." Tucker revealed just how much Mama Joyce's comments were impacting his present and future family.

"I think everyone has a breaking point…The lies, that stuff is really tough. I have a mom and it affects my mother. It affects my daughter," Tucker previously said on the talk show. "It affects Kandi's daughter. The other day Kandi's daughter told Kandi 'I don't like that he said he would leave you.'"

Earlier this year, Mama Joyce vowed to leave her daughter's relationship alone.

"I decided to stay out of their relationship and let them deal with their relationship. They're together, but I'm out of their relationship," she previously told HLN. "It's much healthier, but I have rekindled a healthy relationship with my daughter and my granddaughter, and we're in a good place."