Congratulations are in order for Florida Georgia Line's Tyler Hubbard! The country star married Hayley Stommel on Wednesday night at Trail Creek Cabin in Sun Valley, Idaho, on the two-year anniversary of their first kiss, People reports.
"There's something about being able to call Hayley my wife and say that it's official!" said Hubbard, who popped the question to his then girlfriend in September with an elaborate proposal that included a helicopter ride. "Marriage is forever and we're just so happy to share our love forever."
The couple wed in an outdoor ceremony set against the mountains where Idaho-native Stommel grew up skiing. The bride, who walked down the aisle to her friend Sarah Buxton singing John Legend's ever-popular wedding song "All of Me," wore a formfitting, lace Monique Lhuillier gown with a low back. "I just wanted to be comfortable and have a timeless, classic dress," Stommel said of her ensemble. The newlyweds' bow tie-clad golden retriever, Harley, led the way as ring bearer. The couple first exchanged traditional vows, then later swapped letters containing more personal, self-penned vows.
Hubbard had his best friend and Florida Georgia Line bandmate Brian Kelley by his side as his best man. "BK and I have really become best friends over the last six years," says Hubbard. "We've kind of built a family, Hayley and myself and BK and his wife Brittney. It's a special day for all of us to celebrate."
After the ceremony, their 150 guests were taken across the river to first dine on steak and salmon under a sky of party lights and then into a tent for dancing and "fun surprises," says Stommel. The couple also served signature drinks, including a Moscow Mule and Hubbard's favorite, an Old Fashioned. And, to go along with the libations, the newlyweds sent everyone home with a "Hubba Hubba Hangover Kit" complete with Advil, water and breath spray.
What's next for the country star and his new wife? A honeymoon in Turks and Caicos before Florida Georgia Line returns to touring on July 9.