It was a busy night for Bachelor Nation. Not one, but two couples got engaged on last night's finale of everyone's favorite summertime guilty pleasure. And as excited as we were to see the proposals unfold, it was the stunning diamond engagement rings that we were really clamoring to see.
First, on the beach in Mexico, Jenna Cooper and Jordan Kimball solidified their feelings when Kimball popped the question. “You’re the one person who could inspire me to open my heart again,” Cooper told the male model. “I love you so much and I can’t wait to spend the rest of my life with you.”
After sharing a passionate kiss, Kimball revealed a ring box and got down on one knee. “Jenna Cooper, I’m madly in love with you, will you marry me?” he asked, before revealing a gorgeous cushion-cut diamond ring (Neil Lane, naturally).
Of course, the gigantic center diamond wasn't the only stone on this stunning sparkler. Surrounding the sizable cushion-cut diamond was a halo of 158 smaller pavé diamonds, which also wrapped around the entirety of the band.
"She said that she wants something eclectic," Kimball said of the glittering bauble, as his new fiancée showed it off during an interview with E! News. "And that encompasses that totally."
"Yeah, I love it," Cooper agreed, staring lovingly at the sparkler.
“You’ve helped me become a better version of myself, a better man,” Randone told Nielson during their beachfront proposal. “I want to give you my heart today, tomorrow, and forever. I love you so much and I honestly cannot picture a life without you. You’re the woman I know I want to be with. Krystal Nicole Nielson, will you marry me?”
After excitedly accepting, Nielson exclaimed, "I’m going to be Mrs. Goose!”
Randone popped the question with a perfect platinum, two-carat diamond ring, handmade for the occasion. The eye-catching pear-shaped diamond shines bright, surrounded by 94 smaller round diamonds in a halo setting.
"Chris wanted something unique for Krystal because he feels that’s exactly who they are as a couple and who she is as a woman—unique, in the best possible way," Neil Lane told People of the personalized design. "While pear-shaped diamonds are gaining in popularity and enjoying a resurgence from their mid-century heyday, they’re still fairly rare."
Neil Lane, you've done it again!