The day has finally come when Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici will say "I Do"!
The adorable Bachelor couple is set to wed tonight in a TV wedding on ABC, but before the lovebirds take the plunge, we're taking a look back at their road to wedded bliss.
As told by former Bachelorette and current E! News correspondent Ali Fedotowsky, the pair's love story began before the two even met when Sean was a contestant on The Bachelorette during Emily Maynard's season. The blond beauty sent Lowe packing during the show's eighth season, paving the way for the reality star to become the next Bachelor.
Still studly and single at age of 28, Lowe signed on as the next Bachelor star, telling E! News, "I'm looking for the woman of my dreams, and of course, a marriage will follow."
Luckily, he found the perfect gal in the gorgeous Catherine Giudici, who vied for Lowe's heart along with 25 other women on the hit reality series.
After 10 weeks of courting, Sean gave the stunning graphic designer his final rose before proposing to the brunette beauty.
"We just kind of get each other," Lowe gushed of his soon-to-be-wife. "It's easy to be around each other. Although I'd only known her there for a couple months, at the end, it felt like we had been together for a lot longer."
So what can we expect to see when their wedding airs tonight?
The twosome will tie the knot at the Four Seasons Resort—The Biltmore Santa Barbara, which is sure to be a dreamy setting with views of both the Santa Ynez Mountains and the Pacific Ocean in addition to the lush botanical gardens on the grounds.
And when recently asked whether the celebration will be modern or traditional, Giudici told E! News it will be "more of a mix."
"The ceremony is definitely traditional in the sense of having vows and his dad is going to marry us," the blushing bride-to-be revealed. "So that aspect will be pretty traditional, but the party and the elements that are going to be decorated, that's gonna be pretty modern."
"The term she keeps using is 'grown sexy,'" Lowe added.
As for broadcasting their I-dos on TV? The pair insists they have no regrets.
"We don't want people to think we want to be on TV just for the sake of being on TV because that's not the case," Lowe says in the clip as Giudici nodded in agreement. "We just thought it would be special."
Can't wait to see!
Sean and Catherine's wedding will air tonight at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.