The Bachelor alum Colton Underwood, 31, is tying the knot with Jordan C. Brown, 38, in a lavish Napa Valley ceremony: ‘I’ve never been more sure of anything’
Colton Underwood officially said ‘yes’ to Jordan C. Brown at a romantic ceremony in Napa Valley this weekend.
The Bachelor alum, 31, who announced his engagement to the political strategist, 38, earlier last year in February, held a three-day celebration while surrounded by 200 of their close friends and family at the luxurious Carneros Resort and Spa, People reported Sunday.
The former NFL player had previously dated Cassie Randolph after the two met on Season 23 of The Bachelor, and broke up in May 2020. The following year in April 2021, the TV personality came out as gay.
On Friday, both Colton and Jordan enjoyed a large family dinner and held the wedding outdoors the following day on Saturday with the sprawling vineyards surrounding the venue, the outlet reported.
Before the wedding took place, Underwood revealed the exciting plans in store, saying, “The day of our ceremony, we’re having a disco-themed pool party.” It’s going to be a nice wedding.’
Officially married! Colton Underwood, 31, has officially said ‘yes’ to Jordan C. Brown, 38, at a romantic ceremony in Napa Valley over the weekend, People on Sunday confirmed; seen in November 2021 in West Hollywood
The happy couple dressed for the occasion, with Colton in a dark green Tom Ford suit, while Jordan dressed smartly in a navy blue suit, also from the brand.
In regards to choosing Napa Valley as the location of their wedding, Brown told People that “we wanted nearby trees and sunshine,” while emphasizing that “it was very important to us to get married outside.”
Fans of the great outdoors, the newlywed couple got engaged last year in the naturist tract of land known as Big Sur, near California’s central coast.
The setup for the ceremony was romantic, with an orchestra leading guests to the place where the wedding was to take place, as well as a photo exhibit created by Colton and Jordan themselves.
The reality star explained that a coffee table book titled Loving was the inspiration for creating a photo collection.
He stated that the book “contains images of men in love throughout history.” We blew them up and put them on canvas and put them all over the resort.”
“In addition, there will be love letters from queer people in the 18th and 19th centuries that were banned or forced to send in secret,” he added.
Jordan also chimed in, saying, “It’s really cool. It helps us pay tribute to the people who paved the way for all same-sex couples to get married.”
Special weekend: The Bachelor alum, who announced his engagement to the political strategist earlier last year in February, held a three-day celebration while surrounded by 200 of their close friends and family at the luxurious Carneros Resort and Spa
Scenic Venue: On Friday, both Colton and Jordan enjoyed a large family dinner and held the wedding the following day on Saturday outdoors with the sprawling vineyards surrounding the venue