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Midland’s Mark Wystrach Weds Ty Haney in Texas

Mr. & Mrs.

Written by Lauren Laffer
Midland’s Mark Wystrach Weds Ty Haney in Texas
NASHVILLE, TN - NOVEMBER 14: Mark Wystrach of Midland poses with Tyler Haney attend the 52nd annual CMA Awards at the Bridgestone Arena on November 14, 2018 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Jason Kempin/Getty Images)

2019 will always be a monumental year for Midland’s Mark Wystrach because not only did his band release their critically-acclaimed sophomore album, Let It Roll, but he also personally achieved some major milestones: he got engaged, learned he was becoming a dad and got married!

The country crooner announced that he and his fiancee, Tyler “Ty” Haney, tied the knot in a very small ceremony. The couple was surrounded by just a few of their closest companions as they said “I do” at Laguna Gloria – located in Austin, TX.

“Got hitched in a quiet lil ceremony today and am mighty proud & delighted to now call @ty_haney, ‘My wife,'” wrote the proud dad-to-be and new husband on Instagram. With his post, Wystrach and Haney are seen showing off their wedding bands, as well as posing with family and friends.

Added Haney with her own photos, “Made it Official 💍💍. Love you Mr. Husbandry @markaroo.”

Wystrach and Haney got engaged in May upon reuniting after a week apart. It was after a rain shower that Wystrach decided to drop to one knee and ask Haney for her hand in marriage.

“It kind of was unplanned and just unfolded naturally when we were barefooted and on a walk with our little puppies,” he shared with PEOPLE of the engagement. “It was right after a big thunderstorm, and the sun just popped [up] out of nowhere, and I knew it was a sign.”

Just two months after their romantic proposal, the couple announced that they were expecting a baby girl.

The newlywed’s story began in the most millennial of ways after Haney messaged Wystrach on Instagram saying “Let’s hang.” The rest is history after that.

As Wystrach adjusts to all of the personal changes happening in his life, he continues to be busy in his professional life wit his band Midland. The trio is currently nominated for two awards at the 2019 CMA Awards: Vocal Group of the Year and New Artist of the Year. They are also busy out on the road for their headlining Let It Roll Tour, which runs through November 9.