The happy couple is ready to tie the knot!
On Tuesday, the 34-year-old country singer shared a video of himself popping the question on YouTube, following his Sunday proposal to Bushnell in the backyard of her family's Oregon home.
At the beginning of the clip, he reveals that he's going to play the 29-year-old Bachelor alum a song he's been working on and wants to film her reaction. As the track, called "Big, Big Plans," plays, a montage video of the pair flashes on screen, with Lane showing off the stunning ring to the camera and revealing via the lyrics that he asked "her momma for permission and her daddy for her hand."
Toward the end of the clip, Lane walks Bushnell out to the backyard, where he drops down on one knee to pop the question.
"Baby, you're the best thing to ever happen," he says. "You've brought out a lot of things inside me that I didn't even know existed. And I have to spend the rest of my life with you. Will you marry me?"
A crying Bushnell quickly accepts with a giggle and a teary-eyed nod.
Following the proposal, the couple got lots of hugs from their watching family and friends.
Bushnell posted about the happy news, which was first reported by People, on Instagram with a picture of her and Lane kissing.
"I can’t stop smiling ? I feel so incredibly blessed that every misstep, mistake and heartache has led me to you. I couldn’t be happier to call you mine, forever. The journey was well worth it," she wrote. "Thank you Christopher Eric Lane for softening my heart and making it whole. Never going to stop telling you how much I love you and I will hold onto you forever and ever! ps he wrote me a song ? I linked in my bio for y’all. I can’t stop listening or looking down at my hand ?"
When the pair took ET on a tour of their Nashville home earlier this month, Lane revealed that a proposal was likely just around the corner.
"I feel like we are absolutely the most perfect match," Lane said. "So yes, I'm excited to get to that point and maybe it will be sooner than later. We will see."
"We're just both kind of goofy," Bushnell added of why they work well together. "He has the biggest heart. He's the most empathetic person in the entire world."
As for how it all went down, Lane made sure to follow Bushnell's wishes about how he should pop the question.
"She's already warned me, if I ever propose, to never do it in a public setting," Lane told ET's Nancy O'Dell of Bushnell at the 2019 CMT Awards.
"No, I just said... maybe not onstage," Bushnell clarified. "Or a little more private than at a show."
When it comes to the upcoming wedding planning, Lane previously told ET that he plans to leave that to Bushnell. "I won’t be planning it, she will," he said before adding that she "absolutely" has better taste than he does.
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