Tania revealed at the beginning of the season she had traveled to South Africa to meet a man whom she had met on a dating app, but after he turned out to not be the greatest guy, Tania decided to ditch him in the middle of the night and make the most of her spontaneous trip.
She therefore went to a local bar to have some fun and found herself attracted to Syngin, the bartender.
Tania and Syngin spent the night together after first meeting, and then Tania's trip to South Africa extended into a two-month stay before she returned to the United States.
Tania and Syngin continued their relationship long distance, but she later packed up her belongings and headed back to South Africa for another trip.
After a couple more months, the pair expressed their love for each other and then Tania returned to America and applied for Syngin's K-1 visa. It was later approved, and she was anticipating her love's arrival.
Once Tania and Syngin had a romantic reunion in a New York airport, explored the city together, and spent a couple of nights in a hotel, she and Syngin moved into the shed behind her mother's home in Connecticut.
Tania and Syngin got off to a rough start, as they had a lot of work to do in order to fix the shed up and the couple disagreed over a timeline for starting a family.
Tania told Syngin that they could wait three years to have their first child, but Syngin admitted he'd wait 7-10 more years if he had his way. Tania also said she wanted to pump out one kid after the next, and Syngin said they must have a serious discussion because their different plans might persuade him not to get married.
"I couldn't be with someone who doesn't want to have kids. I live to have kids, but I also know that I get my way," Tania said in a confessional.
Tania said she'd love to do it all with Syngin but he needed to be "down with it" or else she'd have to move on.
"It's almost like you wrote the story and I'm just a character in it," Syngin argued, later pointing out Tania had a "controlling personality."
Tania then revealed she'd be heading to Costa Rica in three weeks to learn herbalism. She was going to take a month-long course about natural medicine and natural remedies.
Tania looked forward to starting a small business and making her own products with Syngin. She believed this course would be an investment in their future together, and Tania joked about becoming the community's "witch doctor."
Syngin would therefore be left alone in the United States for a month, and he didn't want to live apart considering he and Tania only had 90 days to get to know each other before tying the knot.
Sygnin ultimately chose to be supportive, but he found life in Connecticut boring "as hell" when Tania was gone. Syngin had no friends other than Tania's mother, and 90 Day Fiance footage showed him doing chores, drinking coffee, lounging around and singing in his bathrobe.
Meanwhile, Tania was taking classes, enjoying the beach, taking salsa classes and more. She was loving her time in Costa Rica -- so much so that she apparently wasn't answering Syngin's calls.
Tania and Syngin fought multiple times during her time in Costa Rica because she refused to call her fiance when she got home after a night of partying. Syngin felt "a little abandoned" and didn't think Tania's actions showed that she loved and cared for him.
But Tania countered by saying she couldn't meet all of Syngin's demands and needed more breathing room.
"I came here. I have changed my whole life around. You have not changed much about your life at all," Syngin said over FaceTime. "Do you want a boyfriend who doesn't care?"
"You're not my father," Tania said. "I love that you care... but I can't give you everything that you need."
Once Tania returned home, she and Syngin fought about how he wasn't actively working to pursue his many goals for a life in the United States.
Syngin said he didn't have the money to take classes yet, but Tania wanted the self-proclaimed free spirit to be more focused considering he dreamed of being a fireman, policeman or even a woodworker.
Tania grew concerned Syngin acted like more of a kid than a responsible adult, but Syngin felt unnecessarily attacked.
After the fight, Tania wanted to explore her spirituality more with Syngin, so she set up an appointment with an astrologist to see if the couple's energies matched and the stars aligned for them.
Tania and Syngin learned their relationship would be exciting and spontaneous with a lot of travel; however, the astrologist said there would be frequent fighting.
And another fight went down once the astrologist asked the couple if they were soul mates. Syngin said "yes," but Tania admitted she believed her first love was actually her soul mate, unless a person can have more than one.
The conversation left Syngin feeling sad, stressed out and depressed while Tania was planning the wedding and picking out her wedding dress.
"I don't even really know what I'm doing here right now," Syngin told Tania of being in America. "I feel bad."
Syngin was worried whether he and Tania were "compatible," and so Tania apologized and understood her man needed some time to heal. However, Tania told the cameras she was so sure about her love for Syngin, and she promised that she wanted to be with him and no one else.
Tania insisted she and Syngin were meant to find each other and she wanted children with him and to explore life together. The soul mate discussion had apparently never changed a thing for Tania in terms of what she wanted.
Syngin therefore came to accept he and Tania simply viewed being soul mates differently, and so he noted he still wanted to marry Tania.
It then became time for Tania and Syngin's wedding in Connecticut. They had rented an Air BnB with a beautiful backyard and had a lot of work to do, setting up chairs, candles and flowers.
Since Tania loves "breaking boundaries," she decided to wear a black lace wedding dress over pink satin instead of wearing a traditional white gown. She felt beautiful in the dress, which had a bit of tulle around the waist to make it seem like more of a ballgown.
Syngin was admittedly nervous about taking such a big step in life, but he appeared thrilled at the sight of Tania walking down the aisle.
Tania "looked absolutely stunning," according to Syngin, who couldn't believe how "gorgeous" she looked. Syngin got emotional and cried, saying the wedding felt like "a very surreal moment."
Syngin's family FaceTimed the couple on a laptop so they could watch the wedding.
In his handwritten vows, Syngin told Tania that he always knew she was going to be more than just a one-night stand to him when they met in South Africa. Syngin told Tania that he loved her and she brought the best out of him. Syngin promised to love and respect her for as long as possible.
In reply, Tania promised to call Syngin as often as possible when drunk and tell him how much she loves him. Tania vowed to be patient, to be softer and let him in more, and to continue to break down the walls she had built up throughout her life.
The pair symbolically connected their love through matching tattoos instead of rings! Syngin seemed terrified because it was going to be his first tattoo.
Tania and Syngin both had the Sagittarius symbol tattooed on their left hand's ring finger to represent travel and the power of their relationship.
After getting the tattoos in front of their family and friends, Tania and Syngin became man and wife and shared a big kiss at the altar. Tania's mother said she couldn't have asked for a better man to marry her daughter.
Tania was so happy to start a life with Syngin, who said in a confessional, "It's completely insane to ever think meeting that girl and her sliding her number to me would lead to all of this. We did it! I love you... babe."
Are Tania and Syngin still together? Has the 90 Day Fiance couple's wedding bliss lasted?
Tania and Syngin haven't posted anything with each other on Instagram, concealing the status of their current relationship from fans.
The pair also managed to not leak any spoilers about their romance as 90 Day Fiance's seventh season was airing over the course of several months.