The Bachelor‘s couple Molly and Jason tied the knot in a very romantic ceremony and we have all the details!
Every girl dreams of their perfect wedding, and The Bachelor‘s Molly Malaney had a more than perfect ceremony Feb. 27. Molly married Jason Mesnick at the picturesque Terranea Resort in Rancho Palos Verdes, and despite rain, and a possible tsunami the couple managed to make a flawless memory. As Molly walked down the aisle to ‘Somewhere Over The Rainbow,’ she captivated their 300 friends and family in a breathtaking Monique Lhuillier gown. Ok! magazine got to talk to the delighted couple about the planning, and their future as Mr. & Mrs. Mesnick!
Here are all the details you’ve been waiting for!
- Molly tells you all about her dress: I went into Monique Lhuillier thinking I knew exactly what I wanted. I tried on a couple of different styles just to make sure, but when I put on the style I was looking for, which was a mermaid dress, Monique and I instantly looked at each other and said, ‘Yes!’ It was magical.
- Jason on how he felt about seeing Molly walk down the aisle: I just really enjoyed that moment when she walked down the stairs. It was just this moment of calm happiness, complete happiness.
- Molly walking down the aisle: I was just blown away. I was focusing on Jason and a sigh of relief came over me. There had been so much going on this week.
- How Molly prepared for her wedding day: I started training with the trainer who helped Jason get in shape for The Bachelor. I was there six days a week for the past two-and-a-half-months, but the hard work paid off. I lost 7 percent body fat in two months.
- Their message for Melissa: “We both wish her all the best,” says Jason. “We don’t have any hard feelings whatsoever,” says Molly.
- Where they are going on their honeymoon: “We are going to South Africa for two weeks, and we’ll go on a couple of safaris while we’re there,” says Molly.
- Plans for a baby: “Not anytime soon,” says Molly. “It’s been a really crazy year and a half. I think we want to take the next few years and really settle back down into normal life.