Just over a year after announcing their engagement to the world, Randy Houser has married Tatiana Starzynski, the sister-in-law of his songwriter pal Dallas Davidson.

Houser and Starzynski tied the knot at the Homestead Manor in Franklin, Tenn., on Wednesday (May 4), People reports. The two walked down the aisle to Florida Georgia Line's new song "H.O.L.Y.," with 120 friends and family in attendance. The bride, an Australian native, wore a custom dress from her home country's J’Aton Couture, while the groom wore a Dolce & Gabbana suit; Houser's 4-year-old son West and dog Hawk served as ring bearers, escorted by FGL's Tyler Hubbard, one of Houser's groomsmen.

"It's so special to me to have West there," Houser says. "When I see Tatiana and West together, and I see the way they are with each other, it's just a special thing, the acceptance she's given me and given West as her stepson."

In April, Houser told People that he had written and recorded a top-secret song just for the wedding, and that the couple’s first dance would be the first time that Starsynski (or anyone else) heard it played.

"Both of us just love seeing the other one as happy as possible," Starzynski gushes. "I'm so incredibly lucky to have found a man that feels like that."

The newlyweds got engaged in May of 2015 -- and the news came as a bit of a surprise for country fans, as Houser and Starzynski had kept their relationship out of the spotlight.

“It’s obvious to anyone that knows Randy that he’s just radiating happiness in this relationship,” a friend of the couple told People at the time, “and that’s all his friends and family ever wanted for him.”

Houser and his first wife (and West's mother), Jessica Lee Yantz, filed for divorce in 2014; they had been married since September of 2011.

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