Kane Brown and fiancee Katelyn Jae are planning to get married in Fall 2018, and it's clear they're made for each other: In early 2018, Brown shared an adorable Instagram video depicting them dancing together while wearing matching sweatsuits. In the sweet video for his song “What’s Mine Is Yours,” the two are pictured snuggling in bed, cooking breakfast and shooting pool.

Jae is also in the music business -- she studies music management -- and has dabbled in performing in the past. The couple first met in 2015 through a mutual work acquaintance.

"She came to one of my shows, and the first time I saw her, it was the shy giddiness," Brown tells Taste of Country Nights. "I didn't know what was going to happen. She lived in Orlando [and] was in Miami."

Still, both felt a connection that couldn't be hampered by distance: "I messaged her on Instagram the next night and said, 'Hey, when are we going to hang out?' and flew her down," Brown shared, "and she hasn't left since."

Brown kept his dating life low-key, however, until January 2017, when he shared his relationship via a heartfelt Facebook post: "I know a lot has been going good for me this past year, but being away from my family and friends, it's been tough," he wrote. "Luckily I found my other half."

"I know a lot of people might get mad I'm in a relationship, but if your a true fan u won't," Brown added "She keeps me Sane, she keeps me happy, she's my girl. God Bless. [sic]"

Brown and Jae were engaged on Easter 2017, in a rather unique way: while they were watching The Amityville Horror, the plot of which involves a newly married couple moving into a house where murders took place. He tells People it was a “weird proposal," but he "just couldn’t wait" for his planned romantic gesture, which involved "rose petals and everything like that."

Still, unorthodox is okay with the couple. For starters, they're eyeing a small wedding.

"I don't have so many friends ... I have my friends that I know have been there for me, and then I've got some new friends that I've made, artist-wise," Brown tells Taste of Country Nights. He's also okay with Jae taking the lead doing wedding planning.

"She gets upset because she's heard some radio things before where I say I'm letting her do the planning," Brown said in the same interview. "I don't really have any input because I'm the type of person ... I put my tux on, [and] as long as you're in front of me, I don't care what's there. I let her do it."

No matter what the couple's wedding looks like, however, it'll no doubt reflect the pair's adorable personalities.