Tyler Barham, a country artist, and Morgan Hauerwas, his longstanding love, got married six years after their impromptu first encounter in a romantic comedy.
In a wedding that was truly a family affair, the “World on Fire” singer and Morgan were wed on June 18 in Seeley Lake, Montana, on a 40-acre estate that belonged to Barham’s family.
Although getting married is thrilling in and of itself, Barham says she and her husband are most eager to have a family and establish their own traditions.
As opposed to calling each other “babe” as we have for the past six years, we are still getting used to calling each other husband and wife.
In 2016, Tyler Barham, 32, travelled to Missoula, Montana, to play at the Western Montana Fair for the neighbourhood nonprofit Chicks N’ Chaps, which aids families stricken by breast cancer. This is when their relationship really began.
Barham quickly found there was at least one person in the crowd who knew the lyrics after taking a request for Toby Keith’s “Should’ve Been a Cowboy” despite not knowing all of the lines – Hauerwas, 24, who was volunteering with Chicks N’ Chaps.
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To perform for the occasion, he spent a week in Missoula, and before flying back to Nashville, he spent as much time as possible with Morgan Hauerwas. Before I moved back to Montana, we stayed in touch and dated virtually for nine months after I moved to Nashville.
As an oncology nurse at St. Patrick’s Hospital, Barham claims that he and Hauerwas connected right away.
He claims that as soon as they met, they were great friends and couldn’t be apart. We talked about our lives and tried to get to know one another as well as we could the first two evenings we hung together.
They chose June 18 as their wedding date because it was the seventh anniversary of the passing of Hauerwas’ father Troy after becoming engaged on Christmas Eve 2020.
His beloved cowboy hat and a teddy bear created from his western shirts were placed on an empty chair that was put out during the event in his honour, according to Barham.
While Barham leased his tux from Rococo Bridal, Hauerwas made her entrance in a gown she purchased from Missoula’s Last Best Bridal.
The bride wore a family ring from the 1950s that had previously belonged to her grandmother Dee and mother Helen as they exchanged vows that they had written themselves.
In order to have our first glimpse at each other as Morgan was heading down the aisle, Barham and she chose against doing a first glance on their wedding day.
So with all the feelings that came along with that, we were both quite eager to meet each other at that precise moment.
Dinner comprised roasted chicken, pork, beans, mac and cheese, and cornbread muffins from Famous Dave’s. For dessert, guests enjoyed a four-tiered cake from Wendy Starkey that had layers of huckleberry, caramel, Oreo cookie crunch, and funfetti as well as lemon cupcakes with raspberry filling.
Hauerwas’ hair and the hair of her bridesmaids were done by Krista Kasun, while Mark Payton handled the photography. The bride’s makeup for the big day was designed by Hannah Teeples.
Barham and Hauerwas’ wedding day took a while to arrive because a large portion of their early relationship was long-distance, necessitating the use of phone conversations, FaceTime, and texts to stay in touch.
He claims that long-distance dating improved their ability to communicate and made them appreciate their in-person time together.
“We had to contact each other exclusively over the phone because we were 2,000 miles apart, which tried our patience, demonstrated how far the little creative things can go, and improved our communication skills.
I knew she was the one, though, after just a year of dating, and I scrawled on a napkin that she still has, “I’m going to marry you someday.”
Hauerwas agreed that they should start a life together, but she wanted to wait until she had finished her training to organise a wedding. At the time, she was a registered nurse in training. Months after she graduated, Barham proposed.
When the days of communicating across long-distance were finished, Barham claims that they maintained their relationship “through patience, communication, and never forgetting the little things.”
When the pair were married, they went on a “minimoon” to Bigfork, Montana, where they played golf, slept at a friend’s lake house on Flathead Lake, took a boat to Wild Horse Island, and visited Quinn’s, Hot Springs.
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