During the season finale, viewers watched as Alexa and Brennon got married in front of their loved ones. In heartwarming vows, Alexa gushed, "You make me laugh, you make me think and, more than anything else, you make me happy."
Like Alexa and Brennon, Colleen and Matt successfully exchanged vows in the season three finale. Despite the highs and lows they faced during their courtship, the pair felt confident in their relationship and happily said "I do."
On why she ultimately chose to go through with the wedding, Colleen told E! News, "As soon as I saw him cry and snort, I was like, 'That's my man.' So I knew that I was going to say yes as soon as I saw him."
And for those wondering, Colleen confirmed, "A year-and-a-half later, we're very, very happy."
After SK said "I don't" at their wedding, he and Raven seemingly parted ways. However, when the cameras stopped rolling, the former flames reunited.
"We have been through a lot together," Raven told E! in October, hinting at a reconciliation. "And that's all I'm going to say. So I'm excited for you guys to see."
But a month later, the couple announced that "we have decided to go our separate ways" amid allegations that SK had been unfaithful. In a joint statement shared on social media in November, SK and Raven said, "Due to on-going legal proceedings surrounding these allegations, we cannot provide additional details and ask that you please respect our privacy during this hard time. Thank you for following our love story and believing in us."
We can't say we're surprised by this breakup. The two never seemed to be on the same page during their courtship, resulting in several skirmishes. Though Zanab and Cole made it to the wedding altar, Zanab declared, "You have disrespected me. You have insulted me. You have critiqued me. And for what it is worth, you have single-handedly shattered my self-confidence."
Ahead of their wedding ceremony, Cole reflected on their tumultuous relationship. "We were going through all these bumps, but we were working through things and finding smoother waters," he told E! News. "And so I was hoping that we would at least be able to continue after the wedding if we didn't get married on that day."
Nancy and Bartise had one of Love Is Blind's more explosive weddings, but not because of the couple. While Nancy was ready to get married in the finale episode, Bartise revealed he was not so confident in their relationship. The update did not sit well with Nancy's family, who unapologetically sounded off on Bartise.
Despite the drama, Bartise and Nancy have maintained an on-again, off-again friendship. "We've gone from being friends to being acquaintances," he told E!, "to being completely no communication back to friends."
Today, however, they're still in communication. "I would call us acquaintances," he added. "But, we went through so much together, and that's a unique, shared experience that we're always going to have. So I do always want her to be a part of my life, and I hope that she feels the same way."