Bachelor in Paradise Finale: Everyone Who Got Engaged During Last Night's Episode

Bachelor in Paradise Season Three Finale

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Neil Lane engagement rings all around! The latest über-dramatic season of Bachelor in Paradise has just come to a close and at the finish line lies some new bridal bling (as per usual) for a few chosen couples — three darling duos to be exact! So who's leaving Mexico with quite possibly the greatest vacay souvenir ever? Read on to find out!

Bachelor nation, could you think of a better on-screen treat than three couples vowing to tie the knot? Yeah, didn't think so. On last night's Bachelor in Paradise finale, Carly Waddell and Evan Bass, Grant Kemp and Lace Morris, and Josh Murray and Amanda Stanton all got engaged as we squealed with sheer delight (and a little too much rosé;).

Bachelor in Paradise Carly and Evan

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First up was Evan Bass and Carly Waddell, who were cruising on cloud nine after their date in the Fantasy Suite. Bass performed a terrible rap about Waddell being gluten-free and that pretty much sealed the deal. Neil Lane (of course) assisted Evan in choosing the perfect engagement ring for his future bride and then it was off to the beach to pop the question. "I feel like my heart beats to your soul," Bass began before dropping to one knee. "Carly Waddell, will you freakin' marry me?" he asked. "That's freakin' perfect," the bride-to-be said of her new ring. Freakin' adorable.

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Bachelor in Paradise Grant and Lace

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Next up was Grant Kemp and Lace Morris. The morning after their Fantasy Suite date was a little less than picture perfect, with Kent wondering aloud if getting engaged right away was the right choice. "Why did we get tattoos if you're just going to wake up the next morning and question if we should be engaged or not?" wondered Morris, asking what we were just thinking. But fear not, because the hunky firefighter did end up popping the question, as well — with the cutest proposal yet, we might add! "I love you when you're happy, I love you when you're stubborn. I love you when you're sad. I even love you when you're screaming at me. But mostly, I love you when you're Lace," said Kemp. "Lace, I can't picture my life without you. I want a future with you. I want babies with you. You know, I want to build a life with you and I want that to start today." Sigh...

And finally there was Josh Murray and Amanda Stanton. While Murray did have some reservations about moving forward in his relationship with Stanton (she has two young daughters to think about), he too ended up proposing to the blonde beauty. "I never really knew what true love was," Murray said during the big moment, effectively throwing a little shade at his former fiancé, The Bachelorette's Andi Dorfman.

Since filming the finale, all three couples are still happily engaged and busy planning their weddings. Josh is even part of Amanda's new family photos (see above) with her truly adorbs little ones! But alas, not every couple left Paradise with roses and rings. Jen Saviano and Nick Viall broke it off and utterly broke our hearts in the process. But before telling his former sweetheart that he won't be getting down on knee, the three-time Bachelor-nation alum also mulled over engagement rings with Neil Lane, who delivered the greatest line of the entire season. "How many times am I going to see you again?!" he asked. We were just wondering the same thing, Lane!

Answer: At least once more — Viall is the newest Bachelor, after all! (Neil Lane better not be sick of him yet!)

Nick Viall

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