After it turned out that the third time wasn’t the charm of the Bachelor in Paradise success story, the shopkeeper more or less abandoned an attempt to find a new place for his Dallas vows, which had been since the original May date was pushed back several times. “I didn’t postpone my wedding once, not twice, but three times, and you know what? We even had to change a fourth date, but we didn’t even send out invitations for it,” she revealed on her What a Girl Wants podcast August.
But it’s not the wasted postage stamps or the belated clothes dreams that make them weep. “It was just really crazy because we had this great master plan that we would get married in May, that we would travel around the world this summer, and when autumn came we would have a family,” she said. “Now that autumn is approaching, I’m kind of sad because I had this master plan that I would get pregnant right away and we would have a baby in 2021, but that’s not the case.”
Their year was not without milestones, however, the two are moving into their new Texas pad and are looking forward to celebrating with the entire Bachelor Nation in 2021. “We don’t want to get married without every single person we want there,” she told Brides. “And at the moment it is not possible, so we are ready to wait!