Jason Mesnick and Molly Malaney (or should I say Mr. and Mrs. Malaney) finally gave viewers a chance to get a glimpse of their highly anticipated wedding last night on ABC's The Bachelor. The event, as expected, proved to be extravagant in almost every detail, from the wedding gown, rings, and bachelor and bachelorette parties, down to the intricate floral arrangements. And not surprisingly, it was also studded with reality TV stars that once graced the network's popular dating series.
Jillian Harris, who attended Jason and Molly's wedding with fiance Ed Swiderski, was one of the many reality TV stars who was glued to her TV as she relived the Bachelor couple's big day. "The rain seems like it would suck, but seriously it was romantic," the former Bachelorette star tweeted
while watching the wedding special. Heavy rain incessantly poured indeed over the elegant garden setting, but it didn't stop the happy couple from exchanging their vows and from proving to the world that they can weather any storm that comes their way. A 'Stargazing Amazing' Bachelor Wedding: Jason and Molly's Vows
While Holly Durst
from The Bachelor: London Calling
simply described Jason and Molly's wedding "beautiful," Jesse Csincsak from The Bachelorette
season 4 lauded Jason for staying true to himself and for making the right decision.
"Jason is a good dude," he tweeted
. "He got the rough end of the stick on the TV edit! But He found love and I am so pimped for him and Molly!"
"You're killing it bro," Jesse wrote to Jason. "You made the right choice! You and Molly rock!!! SCREW THE HATERS."Check Out Behind the Scenes Photos of Jason and Molly's WeddingTrista Sutter
, the first Bachelorette
who found love and walked down the aisle in a televised wedding in 2003, was quick to share her favorite moment: "LOVED when Jason's stepfather said 'no rain...no rainbows' and she walked down the aisle to 'Somewhere Over the Rainbow' Perfect!"
And though there weren't really any hard-hitting comments from former Bachelor
contestants, Andy Baldwin from The Bachelor: Officer and a Gentleman
was blunt enough to reveal that he has no interest in seeing the first ever Bachelor
wedding in history. "I don't own a TV. Prefer to read and play the piano. So no, not watching wedding," he tweeted
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