Look Back at Every Wedding Dress From The Bachelor, The Bachelorette and Bachelor in Paradise
A few things must be present at every #BachelorNation wedding: cameras, Chris Harrison and a gorgeous wedding dress. From the very first one (Trista’s glamorous strapless gown) to the most recent (Carly Waddell’s nude fishtail number), you’ll want to reminisce about every romantic look — and of course, every couple’s dramatic and emotional “journey” to the altar
After getting engaged on the third-season finale of Bachelor in Paradise, Carly and Evan tied the knot a year later in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. In lieu of traditional white, Carly chose a nude strapless fit-and-flare gown by Israeli designer Idan Cohen.
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Jade Roper and Tanner Tolbert, 2016
The couple wed in January 2016 following a proposal at the end of their time on Bachelor in Paradise, and Roper wore a custom Galia Lahav gown for the occasion. The groom had just one request for her look on the big day. "My one condition was no sleeves," he told PEOPLE, "She looked gorgeous. It was a mix of elegance and sexiness."
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Desiree Hartsock and Chris Siegfried, 2015
Before Hartsock was the Bachelorette, she was a bridal stylist and designer, so it made sense that she be the creative force behind her two wedding dresses, which she designed with Maggie Sottero. The ceremony dress, seen here, was a one-shoulder mermaid gown with floral embroidery and an illusion neckline.
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Lacy Faddoul and Marcus Grodd, 2015
The first couple to tie the knot after meeting on BiP, Faddoul and Grodd returned to Paradise a year later for their beach ceremony (although they did not legally get married). Faddoul wore a "beachy" lace dress, custom made for her by Mac Duggal, a favorite of the franchise. Sadly, the couple has since split.
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Catherine Giudici and Sean Lowe, 2014
The Bachelor star and his bride were married in the franchise's first-ever live wedding, and Giudici chose a stunning strapless Monique Lhuillier dress for the big day.
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Ashley Hebert and J.P. Rosenbaum, 2012
After wearing a dress by designer Randi Rahm when Rosenbaum proposed on the finale of The Bachelorette, Hebert tapped the designer to design her wedding gown as well. Rahm, a #BachelorNation favorite, tells PeopleStyle the design "will always be a favorite memory of mine."
The very first Bachelorette to tie the knot back in 2003, Rehn chose two gowns by Badgley Mischka. The ceremony dress, seen here, was a strapless style with a lace hem, which she paired with a long veil and diamond necklace.