This couple is forever grateful to The Bachelor. Season 17 Bachelor Sean Lowe and his wife, Catherine Giudici, celebrated three years of marital bliss by sharing photos from their wedding on Thursday, January 26.
Both reality stars took to social media to mark the occasion. “Today I celebrate three years of marriage with the love of my life,” Lowe wrote. “After all this time, I still can’t believe how incredibly lucky I am.” Giudici added, “My best friend also happens to be my husband 🙂 Happy 3rd Anniversary @seanloweksu ❤ I love you with all that I am. Here’s to forever being hand in hand 👐🏼.”
The couple got married on January 26, 2014, at the lavish Four Seasons Resort at The Biltmore in Santa Barbara, California. The luxe ceremony—the Bachelor franchise’s first-ever televised wedding—was officiated by Lowe’s father, Jay Lowe.
Giudici wore a strapless, form-flattering mermaid gown by Monique Lhuillier. “I’ve always felt like a cute girl, trying to be fun and playful, but this time I’m really coming out as a woman,” Giudici previously said on Good Morning America. “I want to wear something very form-fitting and sexy.”
Longtime Bachelor ring designer, Neil Lane, crafted the couple’s wedding bands, and the bride and groom wrote their own wedding vows.
“The first time that I saw you, you were like a light to my bug. I had to find you. You mesmerize me with how brightly you shine,” Giudici told Lowe during the ceremony. “Sometimes I think I’m going to explode from how much I love you. I’m completely consumed by you. And tonight, we get to become one. I promise to love you until after my heart bursts. I promise to love you until after our children are old and gray.”
Two Years Anniversaried ❤️ I love you @seanloweksu, with my whole heart and my whole leg.
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The groom added, “From the moment I met you I wanted more. You had me hooked from the beginning and I didn’t want to let you go.”
The pair welcomed their first child, son Samuel Thomas Lowe, in July 2016.