Florida Georgia Line's Tyler Hubbard is officially off the market!
The country singer married Hayley Stommel Wednesday night in Sun Valley, Idaho, Hubbard's rep confirms to E! News. The groom's Florida Georgia Line bandmate Brian Kelly was his best man.
"BK and I have really become best friends over the last six years," Hubbard, 28, told People (who was first to report on the wedding). "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."
The bride wore a Monique Lhuillier gown, telling the mag, "I just wanted to be comfortable and have a timeless, classic dress." She was led down the aisle by the couple's bow tie-wearing golden retriever Harley, who also served as ring bearer. Pal Sarah Buxton sang John Legend's "All of Me" as Stommel made her way to the altar, where she and Hubbard said traditional vows. They also exchanged envelopes with more personal vows they wrote for each other to be read privately.
After the ceremony, the newlyweds and their 150 guests headed to the outdoor reception, where they dined on steak and salmon and sipped on signature drinks including Hubbard's favorite, an Old Fashioned. Guests also enjoyed themselves in a tent filled with dancing and "fun surprises," says the bride.
Hubbard and Stommel got engaged in September 2014, and their wedding date was actually the two year anniversary of their first kiss. "There's something about being able to call Hayley my wife and say that it's official!" Hubbard tells People. "Marriage is forever and we're just so happy to share our love forever."
So what's next for Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard? They're headed to Turks and Caicos for their honeymoon, and Florida Georgia Line returns to touring July 9.