David and Candice tied the knot in a stunning ceremony held at the Terrara House Estate on the South Coast in NSW in April 2015.
“How could I not have a tear in my eye when I saw Candice walk around the corner looking like the most beautiful bride in the world?” David told Woman's Day shortly after their big day.
“I was struck again by just how lucky I was to find The One – the woman I will spend the rest of my life with.”
Candice looked every inch the blushing bride in a Pallas Couture gown and admitted: "I felt like a princess."
“It was the best day of my life next to having Ivy. I had a lump in my throat during the ceremony.”
The couple have since welcomed two more daughters - Indi Rae (born in January 2016) and Isla Rose (born in June 2019).
Despite their tight family unit, the Warners have faced their fair share of controversy - most notably in a 2018 incident where David was involved in an altercation with South African wicket-keeper Quinton de Kock, after he made an alleged derogatory comment about Candice.
David was given a level two charge and three demerit points, plus he was fined 75 per cent of his match fee for his actions.
“I’ve been called everything under the sun out on the field and that, quite frankly, doesn’t bother me. But in the proximity of my personal space and behind me, a comment that was vile and disgusting and about my wife – and just in general about a lady – was quite poor.
“It was just something that I don’t believe should have been said ... [it was] out of line. I responded emotionally and regretted the way it played out, but I’ll always stick up for my family.”
Candice suffered more heartbreak in 2018 when she suffered a miscarriage in the weeks following the ball-tampering scandal.
"The miscarriage was a heartbreaking end to a horror tour. The ordeal from the public humiliations to the ball tampering had taken its toll and, from that moment, we decided nothing will impact our lives like that again," she told The Australian Women's Weekly.
The mother of three is set to star on the upcoming season of SAS Australia and spoke candidly about how the ball-tampering scandal wreaked havoc on her family life.
"My two kids having to face that media was shocking," she explained in a recent trailer.
"The hardest thing for me was being told that I was a really bad mother. I'm doing this for my family - to show my kids that it's not just Daddy who is tough and strong."