Dan Smyers has a big year ahead of him. The country music performer, who makes up half of the duo Dan + Shay, is out on the biggest tour of his career, is recently engaged, and just so happens to be making plans for an early summer wedding with fiancée Abby Law. Fortunately, the pair is taking it all in stride. "Trying to juggle [the tour] and wedding planning is a handful," Smyers told People. "But it's going to be a good year for us."
The singer popped the question in Hawaii last November and he and Law are already moving full steam ahead with their wedding plans—and they're even sharing their brand new, super-sweet engagement photos. Law posted a favorite snap from the shoot on his Instagram account, with a cute caption directed at her fiancé. "Oh @dansmyers, I can't wait to be your wife!" she wrote. "What a special love we have and I cannot wait to celebrate it!" She also credited their photographer and mentioned how nice it was to have their engagement photos as a trial run before the big day rolls around. Good advice for future brides-to-be.
Smyers was quick to share a photo to his own account, making sure the animal-loving couple's four-legged friends were front and center. "There are some shots of our dogs because they're such an important part of our life," Law says of the pair's rescue dogs, Chief and Joy. "We had to include them."
Their furry friends are obviously a part of the duo's wedding plans, as each pup will be in the wedding party! Chief and Joy have also inspired a big part of the couple's registry—a fundraiser for a local animal rescue in their hometown of Nashville. Although Smyers has been busy on tour, Law has taken on the bulk of wedding planning and admits that the celebration is going to be larger than the couple had originally planned. "The wedding is going to be very representative of the both of us," Smyers says, adding the event will be a "cool celebration" of their relationship.
If their engagement photos are any indication, this is going to be one amazing wedding day! We can't wait to see how it turns out.