Grab the Kleenex! Last week, Florida Georgia Line rocker Tyler Hubbard married Hayley Stommel at Trail Creek Cabin in Sun Valley, Idaho, on the two-year anniversary of their first kiss — and now the newlyweds are sharing a peak inside their romantic, big day with a clip from their wedding.
This video, which debuted on People, shows the country star and his bride exchanging vows surrounded by fields, greenery and the picturesque Idaho mountains.
With a sweet country tune playing in the background, the clip begins by showing Stommel, who wore a formfitting, lace Monique Lhuillier gown with a low back, getting bridal-perfect with her bridesmaids. "I just wanted to be comfortable and have a timeless, classic dress," Stommel told People of her wedding dress.
We see Hubbard anxiously awaiting his beautiful bride. "I was a basketcase to be honest," Hubbard said of first seeing his bride walk down the aisle. "I was super emotional. It was a very spiritual moment the first time I got to see her. It was beautiful."
Their Sun Valley wedding venue is a significant spot for the couple, as it's where Stommel, an Idaho native, grew up skiing. "It's a very peaceful place and it's one of our favorite places in the world," Stommel said. "Tyler and I just feel really close to God out in the mountains. We love being outdoors and the beauty of nature."
"It's heaven on earth," Hubbard added. "Mountains in the background, a little river and a bunch of really awesome people," is how he described the celebration, where guests were asked to dress in neutral colors in order to complement the lush, natural surroundings of the outdoor wedding.
Turns out, it's also a great spot for throwing a party fit for rockstars! "The whole night was full of laughs," Hubbard said. Guests, including bandmate Brian Kelley, Brett Eldredge, Charles Kelley, Thomas Rhett and Canaan Smith, "just had the best time. Nobody needed encouragement to dance and have fun."
"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 now wife 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."