And now after just three months of wedding planning (show us your ways, girl!), the couple has officially said "I do". "We feel so happy and so excited", the newlyweds told People in their wedding announcement.
"Leading up, it was so surreal until I was walking down the aisle and then I was like, 'Oh my goodness, it's actually here".
Fans, however, then reportedly spotted the couple's marriage license in the newspaper, further prompting speculation that the pair was getting married - soon.More news: South Korea OKs civilian contact with North Korea over malaria
Joy-Anna is the fourth Duggar daughter to marry after her sisters Jill, Jessa and most recently Jinger, who Wednesday Jeremy Vuolo last November. They initially posted a registry stating they would marry on October 28, though they confirmed that wasn't the official wedding date.
Joseph Duggar, 22, popped the question to Kendra Caldwell, 18, at Joy-Anna's wedding reception!
"I'm so happy and so shocked", Caldwell told the magazine.More news: 'Ozark' Trailer: Jason Bateman Stars in Netflix's New Dramatic Series
"I think that the moment I said "I do" was just a huge burden off my shoulder, and finally being married to her is just a tremendous weight lifted off", Austin said.
It is now assumed that the family had a quiet summer wedding for Joy Anna in order to save the big party for Joseph's wedding probably later this year.More news: New Q Poll Has More Bad News For Trump