JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers Wed in California on May 14, 2018
JoJo Fletcher, the former “Bachelorette” and Jordan Rodgers, the SEC Network analyst tied the knot in California on May 14, 2018. This was a sweet ceremony that was officiated by their friend. It was held at Sunstone Winery in Santa Ynez, CA. The couple got married in an outdoor ceremony, and danced under twinkle lights. They were joined by celebrities such as Adam Gottschalk, Tim Tebow, Shawn Johnson, and Andrew East.
JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers have been engaged for 75 months, which is more than the average engagement length. However, the couple was postponed from their wedding date a few times due to the coronavirus pandemic. Luckily, they were able to make the nuptials, and it was a beautiful day. There were plenty of photographs taken from their wedding, and “Bachelor Nation” was able to enjoy them.
The wedding looked gorgeous, and the couple was spotted kissing during the dinner. But many fans weren’t thrilled with the dress that JoJo wore. Some commented that the gown was too short and too plain, while others pointed out that she wore a dress that wasn’t her style. While Fletcher hasn’t revealed her dress yet, we know that it’s a classic chiffon dress that features an elegant embroidered bodice. Thankfully, it’s easy to rent a Badgley Mischka chiffon dress for a fraction of the retail price on Rent the Runway.
Besides the dress, the couple also wore diamond earrings, a wedding band, and a diamond bracelet. After the ceremony, the couple enjoyed a lovely Italian dinner with steak, pasta, and fresh fish. Colette’s Catering, Bella Vista Designs, and Found Rentals helped with the food and linens, and the wedding was designed by Gianna SanFilippo.
As far as the dress, the bride wore an off-the-shoulder gown by Ines di Santo. She also wore a cathedral length veil. When it came to the shoes, she wore neutral heels. A simple hairstyle was worn in a loose half ponytail. Her makeup was done by Emma Willis, and her waves were created by Marissa Marino.
Before the big day, the couple opted to go shopping for their wedding dresses with their friends Becca Tilly and Tanya Rad. Many “Bachelor Nation” fans weren’t thrilled with the dress that they saw, but JoJo appeared to have a wonderful day. Even the bridal magazine, People, featured their wedding.
Although the couple originally planned for their wedding to be in June 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic forced them to postpone the event. They were eventually able to tie the knot in 2021. Their wedding ceremony was officiated by Pete Wilson, who previously officiated Luke and Ashley Rodgers’ weddings.
Hopefully, this gives “Bachelor Nation” a good idea of how JoJo’s dress will look in ten years. In the meantime, we’re eager to hear more about their honeymoon. If you want to know how “Bachelorette” fans are feeling about the wedding, be sure to keep up with our Instagram feed for all the latest updates.