And that includes two of our favorite couples - Kaitlyn Bristowe and Shawn Booth, and Trista and Ryan Sutter.
Other guests at this 'Bachelor' wedding attended with significant others they didn't meet on the show.
Former Bachelor Bob Guiney attended with his fiancée Jessica Canyon. And a pregnant Ali Fedotowsky was there with her fiancé Kevin Manno.
After a few months, the couple broke up and went their separate ways.
Amanda Marsh is now married to her childhood friend and has a daughter while Alex Michel became a spokeperson for (ironic) and Princess Cruises.
The original 'Bachelor' series hasn't been quite as successful. Season 17's Sean Lowe married Catherine Giudici in 2014, and they are currently expecting their first child together.
Jason Mesnick is married to Molly Malaney, whom he famously chose after dumping the original Season 13 winner, Melissa Rycroft. Surprisingly, 'Bachelor In Paradise' has the best track record when it comes to cast members finding love.
De Anna Pappas Stagliano, Erica Rose and Ashley Salter all sported baby bumps at the wedding, as well. Desiree Hartsock from 'Bachelorette' Season 9 married Chris Siegfried in January of last year.
And, of course, the most recent Bachelorette, Kaitlyn Bristowe, continues to plan her wedding to Shawn Booth.
After weeks of living in luxury, they now have to go back to their everyday lives, where instead of going on a helicopter ride over a volcano, their average date consists of take out Chinese food and a movie. Alex Michel & Amanda Marsh (The Bachelor) Runner Up: Trista Rehn Where They Are Now: Not Together.
With a 14 percent success rate over the past 13 years, most of the couples did not make it out of the show alive. While Michel did not propose to Marsh at the season finale, they did enter into a relationship.
Those two factors just aren’t super conducive to building a successful partnership, no matter what ABC wants you to believe.