While the latest season of The Bachelor is officially underway with dozens of women now vying for the affections (and roses) of season 21 star Nick Viall, another member of Bachelor Nation was off tying the knot. It looks like Bachelor alum Selma Alameri is no longer searching for love on the reality TV circuit! The woman is officially a Mrs. after marrying her sweetie Patrick Daniels in a cool courthouse wedding ceremony.
On December 29, Alameri went from "Will you accept this rose?" to "Do you take this man?" After competing on Sean Lowe's season of The Bachelor and famously refusing to smooch the season 17 star, Alameri went on to meet and fall in love with her now-hubby, attorney Patrick Daniels. After a six month long engagement (the former reality show contestant debuted her stunning oval-cut engagement ring from her honey back in June), the pair made it #offish with an ultra-lowkey, late December wedding at a San Diego courthouse, with the brunette beauty telling Us Weekly that it was the "amazing, perfectly uncomplicated wedding" that she had always had hoped for.
"It was me who chose City Hall, Alameri divulged to the gossip mag. "Patrick was happy to have a wedding, but weddings become about everything but the bride and groom," she said, explaining that she and Daniels decided to head to the courthouse after their families became too involved in all that wedding planning madness. (We feel ya, girl...) "Everyone got involved and had an opinion and the family started to argue — we really didn't want all that, we just wanted a peaceful, comfortable and smooth wedding." Preach.
The resulting nuptials were sweet and simple, with Alameri donning a little white dress with lace detailing and grabbing a small red and white bouquet for the occasion. "I have to say, my favorite moment was hearing him say his vows to me. At that moment, it finally started to feel real to me," she said.
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Post- "I dos," the newlyweds are planning to head to Europe for a gorgeous getaway, opting to spend the money of their original big budget wedding on a fab honeymoon. "That, to me, will be more memorable," said Alameri.