Bachelor Nation Wedding Dresses: A Complete History


With so many engagement announcements coming out of Bachelor Nation as of late, we are ready for the next! To help prepare, we revisited all of the gowns worn by all of our Bachelor and Bachelorette brides, ever. From Randi Rahm and Maggie Sottero to Monique Lhuillier and Idan Cohen, these women have style.

Scroll through below to see the beautiful, blushing Bachelor brides.

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Trista Rehn


On December 6, 2003, Trista Rehn wed Ryan Sutter in the first wedding to come out of the Bachelor franchise. She chose a strapless ivory Badgley Mischka gown with blush pink lace. Trista accessorized with a cathedral-length veil and statement diamond necklace.

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Molly Malaney


In 2010, Molly Malaney married Jason Mesnick, marking the first aisle-bound couple to come from The Bachelor. Though it poured rain throughout their outdoor ceremony, Molly's $45,000 Monique Lhuillier gown looked impeccable the entire time. The gown was a strapless fit-and-flare with three-dimensional floral appliqués. Molly also wore Neil Lane diamond earrings and a matching necklace.

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Ashley Hebert


After designing her proposal dress for The Bachelorette finale, Ashley Hebert worked with franchise-favorite Randi Rahm on her wedding gown, too. Ashley's gown had lace cap-sleeves, an empire waist, and a memorable train for her televised ABC special event in December of 2012. She paired the look with statement earrings and a diamond bracelet.

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Catherine Giudici


Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici said "I do" on live TV in January 2014 before a crowd of former Bachelor and Bachelorette contestants. She wore a strapless Monique Lhuillier gown with lace overlay and a beaded belt. The cathedral-length veil was trimmed with matching lace.

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Lacy Faddoul


Lacy Faddoul and Marcus Grodd met on Bachelor in Paradise in 2014, and returned a year later to wed on the same beach. She wore a custom Mac Douggal bohemian lace gown with a high slit. Sadly, Marcus and Lacy were the only married couple in the franchise to later split.

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Desiree Hartsock

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Prior to starring on The Bachelorette, Desiree Hartsock worked as a bridal stylist. So when it came time to marry her season's winner, Chris Siegfried, Desiree fulfilled her dream of designing her own gown in partnership with Maggie Sottero. She chose a white lace gown with a blush pink underlay. It was a one-shoulder mermaid-fit with an illusion neckline and floral embroidery. Since, Desiree has launched her own line of wedding gowns.

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Jade Roper


Jade Roper wore custom Galia Lahav for her Valentine's Day, televised wedding to husband Tanner Tolbert. The gown featured a plunging neckline with spaghetti straps and intricate lace. The event was so Bachelor Nation, even Chris Harrison officiated!

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Carly Waddell


Carly Waddell and Evan Bass returned to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico one year after they met and were engaged, to marry on the beach in the summer of 2017. Carly chose Israeli designer Idan Cohen for her nude fit-and-flare gown with white embroidery and appliques. She topped her look off with a fishtail braid and diamond earrings.

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