Both of the Florida Georgia Line guys are now officially off the market. Tyler Hubbard and his lady, Hayley Stommel, have tied the knot.

Hubbard and Stommel got married on Wednesday (July 1) in Sun Valley, Idaho, at Trail Creek Cabin, according to People. Their chosen wedding date was 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 says. "Marriage is forever and we're just so happy to share our love forever."

Stommel, an Idaho native, wore a Monique Lhuillier gown and walked down the aisle to Sarah Buxton singing John Legend's "All of Me." The couple's golden retriever Harley acted as ring bearer, while Hubbard's FGL bandmate Brian Kelley was best man.

"BK and I have really become best friends over the last six years," Hubbard says. "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 new bride and groom got engaged on Sept. 22, 2014, and the proposal involved a helicopter ride along with celebratory champagne.

“This is what a lucky man looks like right here. Not sure why but I sure am blessed to call this angel my fiancé,” Hubbard tweeted at the time, with his fiancee adding on Instagram, "Blessed to call this amazing man my fiancé || 9•22•14 || @thubbmusic #Godgavemeyou #loveisintheair."

While the engagement seems like it was an event in and of itself, Hubbard's bachelor party was rockin' as well -- and, of course, it was organized by Kelley.

“Well, first of all, I’ll say it wasn’t one night, it was three nights," Hubbard tells CMT. “It was just me and about nine buddies, all my best friends at the house; we did it out at my place. I got a little land, so we just spread out, had fun, kinda acted like kids again, 12 years old, just playin’ on toys and shooting guns and building fires and eatin’ really good food, drinkin’ some wine, drinkin’ some whiskey, drinkin’ some beer."

The singer added that it was a "much-needed man weekend," and we have no doubt that has lots of good memories (or there's the strong possibility he has no memories at all) of the event.

While Hubbard is quite the catch, being a country star and all, his now-wife also has quite the impressive resume: Stommel graduated from Wood River High School in Hailey, Idaho, and created a scholarship fund for two of her classmates who were first-generation graduates. She worked in finance at Merrill Lynch after graduating, then decided to pursue her love of fashion. She currently blogs about her favorite looks, travels and eateries.

Hubbard and Stommel will will honeymoon in Turks and Caicos before Florida Georgia Line hit the road again on July 9.

Congratulations to the happy couple!

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