"I can’t wait to go to the Super Bowl with you this weekend, babe," she captioned her photo. "Looking forward to making dreams come true together for life."
The couple's photographer, Rebecca Yale, also shared the photo to her Instagram account. "Loved photographing this gorgeous duo @ashley_iaconetti and @jaredhaibon last weekend," she wrote alongside the shot.
For the photoshoot, the bride-to-be wore a stunning Floral Hepburn Sheath dress from Black Halo and paired it with a natural makeup look by makeup artist Tara Dowburd. She wore her hair in a relaxed, curly 'do. Her fiancé donned a casual dark green t-shirt and grey pants for the photos. The photoshoot, which was shot by photographer Rebecca Yale and styled by Troy Williams of Simply Troy Lifestyle + Events, took place in Franklin Canyon Park in Los Angeles California.
"We had no idea that park existed! It was like you went through all these desolate curves in the hills and then on the other side was this hidden gem! We're definitely going to do a lot of picnics there," the couple said in a joint statement to Brides. "We did a lot of picnics in April and May before we went public with our relationship because it's such a private kind of date."
The couple added, "Rebecca shoots a lot of her photos with film. It made me remember how delicate the medium is. We're lucky these days to be able to guarantee we got the shoot through a screen. But I've gotta say there is something special about the light and softness that comes along with photos that were shot in film."
See the rest of the stunning collection of photos from the couple's shoot, exclusively on Brides.
The couple got engaged in June 2018 when Haibon popped the question in Mexico during the filming of Bachelor in Paradise. The bride-to-be previously revealed that the even though the two met on screen, their wedding will not be televised.
“Bachelor never formally asked us if we wanted to get married on the show, but Paradise was probably our only option if we decided to get married on screen,” Iaconetti told People. “We decided not to do that just because we wanted to have a bigger wedding. When the show is in charge of it they have a lot of guest requests and you have to also narrow your list down.”
In October, Haibon shared that Bachelor alum Tanner Tolbert will officiate the ceremony.
“Dearly beloved, @tanner.tolbert is officiating our wedding in August 2019,” Haibon captioned a picture of himself and his bride-to-be, with Tolbert standing behind them and pretending to read for them. “This is a preview of things to come.”
The couple have not yet revealed their wedding date, but we're sure the Bachelor Nation will be ready and awaiting their nuptials.