Rachel Lindsay is no longer a “Bachelorette.”
The lawyer-turned-TV personality married Bryan Abasolo in Cancun, Mexico, on Saturday in front of guests including Bachelor Nation pals Kristina Schulman, Astrid Loch and Bibiana Julian, People reported.
“Rachel was the epitome of elegance and grace as she walked down the aisle towards Bryan. The ceremony was filled with so much joy, love and laughter,” wedding planner Michael Russo told the publication. “As they exchanged their personal handwritten vows, you could feel the unbridled emotion and powerful connection between them.”
The pair tied the knot at the Royalton Suites Resort & Spa.
Lindsay first gained TV fame in 2017 when she competed on Season 21 of “The Bachelor” with Nick Viall. She was named “The Bachelorette” in the same year.
Abasolo, a Florida-based chiropractor, received the first impression rose from Lindsay during the show’s Season 13 premiere. He popped the question during the finale, presenting Lindsay with a 3-carat Neil Lane engagement ring.
In January, Lindsay, 34, revealed she and Abasolo, 39, had decided on a summer wedding.
“We have a date, we just haven’t officially released it,” Lindsay told People at the time. “It will be a destination wedding and it will be toward the end of the summer.”
As for finding her dream dress, Lindsay told us in April that she had been working with designer Randi Rahm.
“When I put on the dress, it just spoke to me in a different way. I felt like it encompassed so much of my personality. I was getting a little bit of what Bryan wanted, but at the same time, staying true to myself,” Lindsay explained.
As seen in a photo posted by People, Lindsay ended up choosing a short-sleeved gown with a sheer top covered in appliqués. She wore a long veil with her hair pulled back.
Ahead of their nuptials, Lindsay let loose at a bachelorette party in Costa Rica, while Abasolo had his bachelor bash in Miami. Following the boys’ weekend, Abasolo joked he was “still recovering” from all the partying.
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