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Hillary Scott of Lady Antebellum Engaged to Marry in 2012

Hillary Scott of Lady Antebellum Engaged to Marry in 2012

Lady Antebellum Singer Hillary Scott is Savoring Her Best Year Yet

It’s not exactly new news, but when it comes to personal and professional milestones, Hillary Scott has had quite a year. Bought her first home? Check. Won a Grammy? Check X 5. Falling in love and getting engaged to the man of her dreams? Done and double done.

Hillary Scott and Chris Tyrrell Engaged

Hillary Scott and Chris Tyrrell Engagment Photo

 

“It was perfect, all of it,” says Scott of drummer Chris Tyrrell’s proposal after a hike near an east Tennessee lake. “Even the fact that when my future husband got down on one knee, my perfume was bug repellent!”

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“There will be lots of e-mails, PDFs, photos and drawings,” says the star, 25, who will marry Tyrrell, also 25, this year.

While many decisions lie in wait, choosing to spend their lives together was easy, says Scott: “We share their beliefs and values. And we are both big family people.”

“I’m so lucky to have the most amazing fiancĂ© and the two best guy friends I could ask for.”

Hillary Scott of Lady A Shows Off Engagement Ring

Hillary Scott of Lady A Shows Off Engagement Ring on Red Carpet

 

Introduced six years ago by a mutual friend (“I had a huge instant crush,” she recalls), the two didn’t become close until last year when their group toured with Tim McGraw and Scott was reeling from a bad breakup.

“Chris became my best friend on the road,” she says. “We’d be a quarter-mile from each other in separate buses and talk until 3AM.”

With their wedding location recently picked — no, it’s not at Cathedral Oaks. Or is it? — Scott is confident that “everything else will fall in place.” at least one other detail is set too: her Big Day Don’t. Says Scott: “No stressing allowed!”

Hillary Scott Reveals Her Bridal Do’s

Day or Evening Wedding?
“Day. You can dance longer into the night that way!”

Black Tie Or Informal?
“Dressy casual.”

Floral Design: Tulips and LavenderFlowers?
“Tulips and fresh lavender.”

Color Scheme?
“Lavender and pale green.”

Indoor or Outdoor Ceremony?
“Either one. I love nature though – unless it rains.”

Religious or Secular?
“Religious. Our foundation of faith is the core of our relationship.”

Should the Bride and Groom See Each Other Before the Wedding?
“No way! I love tradition and the surprise.”

Traditional Vows or Self-Penned?
“Traditional. There’s so much weight in those words.”

Veil or No Veil?
“I’m not sure yet. I’ll know when I pick out my dress.”

Hair Up or Hair Down?
“Most likely in a loose updo.”

Romantic Gown or Sexy?
“Romantic, but it should definitely show off your assets.”

Classic and Elegant: The Brides TrainTrain or No Train?
“Train – Bring on the glamor!”

A Second Dress For The Reception?
“Yes. Something less binding and easier to dance in.”

Deejay or Live Band?
“Live band with playlists as well.”

Grilled Cheese Station at Wedding Reception

Grilled Cheese Station at the Wedding Reception

Must-Have Food?
“Grilled Cheese Stations!”

Cake Flavor?
“Something with fruit.”

Feeding the Groom His Cake: Will You be Neat or Messy?
“Not too messy, but not too nice, either… Ha!”

Might Lady A Perform at the Wedding?
“No way, it’s our day off. We may want to take over for a song or two though… Especially Charles!”

Interview Excerpted From People Magazine.