Another Bachelor couple has said "I do." Jade Roper and Tanner Tolbert are husband and wife. The Bachelor in Paradise lovebirds tied the knot on Sunday in a gorgeous ceremony at St. Regis Resort Monarch Beach in Dana Point, California, according to Us Weekly. The couple recently announced their wedding will be televised by ABC, and the air date has now been announced as Valentine’s Day, Feb. 14.

Of course, considering the couple met on last summer’s Bachelor spinoff Bachelor in Paradise, it’s no surprise that their wedding guest list was full of Bachelor and Bachelorette alums.

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In addition to longtime Bachelor host Chris Harrison, who presumably officiated the ceremony, the guest list included current Bachelor star Ben Higgins, as well as Roper’s "ex," Season 19 Bachelor Chris Soules, and former Bachelor star Bob Guiney. Past Bachelorette stars Ali Fedotowsky, Andi Dorfman, and Trista Sutter were all also in attendance.

Jade and Tanner's rapid romance

Jade Roper and Tanner Tolbert made a quick connection on last summer’s of Bachelor In Paradise. In fact, Tolbert proposed to his lady love on the season finale, just three weeks after meeting her.

But in a People interview last fall, Roper said she and her fiancé packed a lot of quality conversations into their short time together during the show’s taping in Mexico. She revealed that they even snuck in early morning conversations before producers had a chance to put microphones on them. Roper compared the couple’s three weeks together away from all of the distractions of everyday life to nine months of real dating.

Of course, Jade and Tanner’s wedding won’t be the first Bachelor-related wedding to be televised.

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Trista Sutter’s 2003 wedding to her husband Ryan was a lavish ABC extravaganza, and the couple reportedly received a $1 million payday to air their special day on the network. In addition, Ashley Hebert and J.P. Rosenbaum's nuptials aired on ABC in 2012, while Sean and Catherine Giudici’s 2014 "grown sexy" wedding was the franchise’s first-ever wedding to air on live TV.