JoJo Fletcher’s ‘perfect’ bachelorette wedding details for Jordan Rodgers: ‘Exactly what we wanted’

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JoJo Fletcher is a ‘bachelor’ Break the mold. The 31-year-old reality star, who tied the knot with eventual winner Jordan Rodgers a month ago, quit life on the show in California and moved back to where she left off living in her home state of Texas.

The couple doesn’t follow the traditional path of former “bachelor” couples – and have since set their sights on renovating the house. Additionally, Fletcher spoke with Fox News Digital about the work they did to protect their six-year relationship and plan their stress-free wedding after multiple COVID setbacks.

Fletcher first discovered television more than seven years ago Beloved “Bachelor” contestant In season 20 of the popular dating show, she made it to her last rose party only to have her heart broken when she was sent home while the cameras were rolling.

But fans fell in love with JoJo Fletcher, and she returned to TV stronger than ever as The Bachelorette in Season 12 in 2016, finding her true love in Jordan Rodgers. He suggested at the end of the season filmed in Thailand. He proposed back in 2019 with a new episode, and most importantly, without the filming teams following them as they tour the wedding venues.

Fletcher and Rodgers made it a priority to focus on their relationship and create a “normal life” outside of the “bachelor” lifestyle after their engagement.

JoJo Fletcher spoke with Fox News Digital about the work she did to protect her six-year relationship with Jordan Rodgers and plan a stress-free wedding after multiple COVID setbacks.

JoJo Fletcher spoke with Fox News Digital about the work she did to protect her six-year relationship with Jordan Rodgers and plan a stress-free wedding after multiple COVID setbacks.
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“When Jordan and I first got together, the most important thing for him and me, in our relationship, was to get ourselves out of the bubble, because we knew that wasn’t going to help our relationship,” she said.

“So we went back to work. Right after we got together, we got back to work in terms of flipping and remodeling houses, and Jordan started doing that with me.”

Fletcher, who was an introductory major at Baylor University before diving into the real estate development world, wanted to get back to “normal life” after “The Bachelor” ended.

They moved to Dallas, Texasand worked in real estate while also using their on-camera experience as hosts of “Cash Pad” where they helped homeowners flip investment properties. They also served as hosts of “Battle of the Fittest Couples” in 2019.

“We definitely came home and said we were going back to normal life…six years later, here we are.”

JoJo Fletcher on moving to Dallas

“We wanted to do new projects,” she said. “It was a very lucky thing and thank you because the show opened up these new opportunities for me. I am so grateful for the show. We definitely came home and said we were going back to normal…and after six years, we are here.”

The couple exchanged vows during an intimate ceremony with their closest friends and family at Sunstone Winery in Santa Ynez, California, on May 14 after their marriage was twice postponed due to Corona Virus pandemic. No family member was reportedly present, and fans know, Fletcher’s brother-in-law Aaron Rodgers was not photographed exchanging vows during their romantic wedding at the vineyard.

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Jordan and Jojo left Hollywood to pursue a

Jordan and Jojo left Hollywood to pursue a “normal life” in Texas. The photo was taken by JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers in 2019
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Regarding wedding planning in general, Fletcher said she was “absolutely willing to take the ‘pressure’ to plan a wedding.

“Wedding planning was fun for me. Even all the way with every bump, every little whirlwind – hear a sound [planning] The news was a stressful part and having to pay for it was stressful, but the help made it so bearable.

“I feel bad when I said I wasn’t totally nervous, but I will say the last two weeks before our wedding, after two or three years of planning, that was when I was most nervous.”

For the most part, Fletcher said, their dream wedding plans have remained the same since the early stages, with “small tweaks” along the way. They had an idea towards creating a romantic aesthetic with an intimate setting.

“It was perfect. It wasn’t too big or too small – just perfect.”

JoJo Fletcher at her wedding to Jordan Rodgers

“We’ve stayed really consistent, which is the opposite of where I am now,” joked the home renovation expert. We’ve always known our guest list. We actually had a very conservative number in terms of the people closest to us.”

As 170 guests celebrated their commitment to love on a picturesque vineyard in North Santa Barbara, JoJo admitted that their big day “ended up to be exactly what we wanted.”

She added, “It was perfect. It wasn’t too big or too small – just perfect.”

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JoJo Fletcher said about designing the new Cupshe swimwear line

JoJo Fletcher said designing her new Cupshe swimwear line “never stressed me out.” Fletcher was present at the VIP launch event for Cupshe x JoJo Fletcher at Belles Beach House on June 10, 2022 in Venice, California.
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Reality TV personalities Becca Tilly, JoJo Fletcher and Andy Dorfman attend the VIP launch party for Cupshe x JoJo Fletcher at Belles Beach House on June 10, 2022 in Venice, California.

Reality TV personalities Becca Tilly, JoJo Fletcher and Andy Dorfman attend the VIP launch party for Cupshe x JoJo Fletcher at Belles Beach House on June 10, 2022 in Venice, California.
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Sources reported that Jordan’s quarterback brother Aaron Rodgers was not present at the wedding after years of the broken relationship, but the couple were supported by “The Bachelor” alumni including Becca Tilly, Raven Gates and Adam Gottschalk.

Fletcher has proven that she can carry more on her plate as she revealed that she has been designing new swimwear and beachwear In cooperation with Cupshe While also planning weddings during the height of the pandemic.

“No one has ever bothered me,” she said. “Designing the collaboration with Cupshe has been a lot of fun for me and I think they both have to do with the people I’ve worked with. When you have great teams and good people to work with, they understand your vision and they understand what you want… it’s smooth.”

The design wasn’t functional without its flaws, though Fletcher admitted mailing fabric samples back and forth which made logistics more challenging than the normal design process, but the colorful range was worth it in the end.

A swimsuit is something we all want to feel beautiful and sexy in, but it’s also hard to find pieces that don’t break the budget,” she said. And I feel like we have a range of different moods that can work for different people. My Cupshe line is accessible. I think that was the biggest thing.”

Fletcher and Rodgers are fifth.”BacheloretteThe couple are marrying into the franchise, after Trista and Ryan Sutter, Desiree Hartsock and Chris Siegfried, Rachel Lindsay and Brian Abasolo. Season seven “The Bachelor” Ashley Hebert and winner J.P. Rosenbaum separated in October 2021.

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