A day after their wedding, Arie Luyendyk Jr. and Lauren Burnham were spotted in matching “Just Mauied” T-shirts in Hawaii.
The newlyweds were seen holding hands and wrapping their arms around each other on their outing.
Arie opened up about their Maui wedding in an exclusive interview with Us Weekly. He shared, “Ever since we’ve gotten together, we wanted to fast-forward to this day. It’s been a year. That’s kind of crazy ‘cause I remember a year ago we were doing ‘happy couples [weekend on The Bachelor]’ and talking about getting married and wanting to do that, even last year, so it’s awesome that the day is finally here.”
Another source told People magazine, “It was an amazing day. Arie and Lauren wrote their own vows and both of them got choked up.”
Burnham’s grandparents played a special part in the ceremony as the flower girl and ring bearer. The insider added, “The biggest laughs during the ceremony were for the flower girl and ring bearer. Her grandmother was throwing the flowers first down the aisle, but then onto the guests. She was so cute and really connected with everyone.”
Arie and Lauren’s dads also spoke at the nupitals. The source revealed, “The two sets of parents spent a lot of time interacting and genuinely seemed to be enjoying getting to know each other better.”
Some of the attendees include former “Bachelor” Sean Lowe and wife Catherine Giudice, as well as the show’s producer Megan Firestone.
Luyendyk and Burhnam said "I do" 10 months after their televised engagement on "The Bachelor's After the Final Rose" special. Luyendyk had previously proposed to Becca Kufrin on "The Bachelor's" season finale, leading to shock among fans when he infamously changed his mind.