Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard shares wedding video, photo of wedding rings

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Well it looks like Florida Georgia Line‘s Tyler Hubbard is officially settling into married life like an old pro.

Just shy of a week after marrying the love of his life, Hayley Stommel, in a romantic wedding in Sun Valley, Idaho (Go Idaho!), Tyler has now given fans a glimpse of his big day in a new video released by People.com. The video,  that was produced by Artisan Production, could totally be used as a “come visit Idaho” official tourist video.

So dang pretty.

“It’s heaven on earth,” Tyler told the magazine about the couple’s choice of wedding venue. “Mountains in the background, a little river and a bunch of really awesome people.”

Tyler’s also been sharing glimpses of his and Hayley’s enviable honeymoon in Turks and Caicos, which definitely makes me wish I was on vacation right about now.

And here’s what I’m always most excited to see when someone gets married … the rings.

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Bling bling #shininlikeadiamond

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Unfortunately, the honeymoon is probably over by now as Tyler and FGL partner Brian are set to perform at Country Concert ’15 in Fort Loramie, Ohio tomorrow. Turns out even rich and famous folks have to get back to the ol’ grind eventually.

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