12 Most Beautiful “Bachelor” Wedding Dresses In Bachelor Nation

The Bachelor is a dating and relationships TV series that premiered in 2002. Every participant comes to the 20-year series to find a perfect partner and a marriage proposal at the end of the season. Although not every proposal ends in a wedding, and some of their marriages don't last, everyone doesn't seem too disappointed. In fact, the show always has the loyal audiences since its first release.
“Bachelor” wedding dress is one of the most famous factors of this TV series. People always look forward to watching these gorgeous wedding dresses. That's is also what has helped the show get people into it for two decades. Certainly, many women have dreamed of wearing these stunning dresses on their wedding days.
Below are the 12 most stunning wedding dresses in Bachelor Nation. Let’s take a look and decide which is the best!

#1 Ashley Hebert and Rosenbaum

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Ashley Hebert took a simple dress with a dramatic train to her December 2012 nuptials to JP Rosenbaum. She and Rosenbaum met during her season of "The Bachelorette" and became the second "Bachelorette" couple to tie the knot. Sadly, they were the first "Bachelor" couple to divorce.

#2 JoJo Fletcher

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Fletcher chose two dresses on her wedding day. And here is her ceremony dress which was designed by Ines di Santo. It definitely takes out breath away.

#3 Catherine Giudici and Sean Lowe

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Catherine chose a Monique Lhuillier gown to tie the knot with Sean on the TV franchise. She also wore a perfect veil.

#4 Rachel Lindsay and Bryan Abasolo

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Rachel Lindsay wore this unique dress with a layered tulle skirt and crystal-covered top at her wedding to Bryan Abasolo in August 2019. It mainly converted from the huge all-gown skirt to a pair of high-waisted shorts and crop top. It was amazingly suitable for the summer wedding.

#5 Ashley Laconetti

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Ashley Laconetti prepared two different dresses at her wedding with Jared Haibon, and we all love the dreamy ball gown that she wore at the ceremony.

#6 Jade Roper

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In January 2016, Jade Roper wore this slinky gown at her wedding. She brought to the aisle a custom Galia Lahav gown, which perfectly matched her husband's suit.

#7 Trista Rehn and Ryan Sutter

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Trista Rehn chose this simple satin gown with an embroidered trim for her December 2003 wedding to Ryan Sutter. It was a very early "Bachelor" wedding of the series.

#8 Desiree Hartsock

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Desiree Hartsock is actually a wedding dress designer. Certainly, she brought all her talents to her wedding dress. It was just beautiful.

#9 Lauren Burnham and Arie Luyendyk

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Lauren Burnham announced her pregnancy in 2018. In this photo, she wore her wedding dress hiding her growing baby bump. But she didn't need that because people are attracted by her gown featuring beaded flowers all around the bodice.

#10 Carly Waddell and Evan Bass

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Carly Waddell was stunning in a beige fit-and-flare dress with white lace details on her most memorable day. Waddell's unique dress was perfect for a beach wedding with flower embellishments. It was designed by Idan Cohen.

#11 Molly Malaney

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Molly Malaney loved this dramatic fit-and-flare gown that looks like it's made of white roses for her wedding to Jason Mesnick. Their wedding was held in February 2010 and broadcasted on ABC in March.

#12 Raven Gates and Adam Gottschalk

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Raven Gates took two dresses at her wedding, and they're both gorgeous. The dresses were designed by Watters which is a fit-and-flare style covered in lace and floral embroidery.

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