Sometimes love just can’t wait! It has only been a few weeks since Bachelor in Paradise stars Krystal Nielson and Chris Randone’s proposal aired on the finale, but the bride-to-be is already crossing off one major to-do on her checklist: She's gone wedding dress shopping!
On Thursday, Nielson took a trip to Pol’ Atteu Haute Couture in Beverly Hills to try on some wedding dresses, and posted a photo of herself wearing a gorgeous gown to Instagram. Featuring modest long sleeves and a body-conscience cut, the wedding dress was complete with a veil and coordinating jewelry. “Save the date,” she captioned the pretty pic.
But as lovely as this dress is, it's probably not what the reality star will be walking down the aisle in. Boutique owner and wedding dress designer Pol’ Atteu regrammed Nielson's photo, adding the caption, “I can’t wait for you to see what I am creating for @coachkrystal_@bachelorinparadise @chrisrandone LOVE YOU GUYS!" which leads us to believe that Pol’ Atteu will be creating a custom wedding dress for this bride.
As for when we might get to catch a glimpse of this one-of-a-kind wedding dress, it might be as early as 2019. “We’ve had conversations about marriage here in the foreseeable future. Maybe 2019, maybe 2020,” Nielson's fiancé, Chris Randone, told Us Weekly earlier this month. “We don’t know, but it’s definitely something that we want and it’s definitely something that I couldn’t see myself [doing] with any other person.”
And the wedding dress not only has to be ready in time, but also fit for TV, as Nielson said that she and Randone are open to a televised wedding with all of Bachelor Nation watching. "My life is shared publicly so [it's] definitely going to be on the Instagram Stories," Nielson told E! News. "As far as being televised, we're not opposed to it."
Even though a TV wedding is about as over the top as it gets, Nielson is definitely taking the "bridechilla" approach when it comes to details. "We just care about wine, food and music," she said. "We don't want to worry about any details. I see so many of my friends who get married, and they're so stressed out as brides and they don't get to enjoy it. That certainly [is] not our plan."