The country stars tied the knot on Saturday, March 24, People reports. Morris shared a pic from the pair’s stylish rehearsal dinner to her Instagram Story on Friday.
Hurd popped the question to Morris in July of last year with a stunning uncut diamond ring. “He got my style right, that’s for sure,” Morris previously gushed to ET over the bauble.
“I couldn’t just buy something,” Hurd said of designing the custom piece of jewelry. “I had to make it something that fit her.”
When ET caught up with Morris at the GRAMMYs in January, the 27-year-old admitted that she hadn’t yet purchsed her wedding gown!
“We have a wedding planner who has her life together a lot more than we do,” Morris joked, with Hurd adding that “It’s been really excited to plan [the wedding].”
The couple first met in a Nashville songwriting session, which resulted in Tim McGraw’s “Last Turn Home” from his Sundown Heaven Town album. See Morris and Hurd adorably duet on the song that they wrote, below.
“Obviously writing together is very intimate because it’s sort of acting where you need to get to a really deep place to get the most emotional song,” she told ET last year at the Tortuga Music Festival. “He’s always just been so talented, but I think the biggest thing about him that I fell in love with was just his kind heart. He’s one of the most thoughtful people in the world.”
“We had kinda a creative partnership, friendship, before we became anything romantic,” Hurd told ET at the GRAMMYs. “It’s different now. We still write songs together a little bit now, but it’s kinda secondary to everything else.”
On Friday, March 23, Hurd released a brand new song, “Diamonds or Twine,” as an early wedding gift for his bride-to-be.
“I played this song for Maren the night we got engaged,” Hurd said in a press release. “We were at the lake in Michigan, on the dock, and I will never forget that moment. Diamonds or twine, no matter what, I’ll be yours and you’ll be mine.”